Due to the number of students in isolation/quarantine from COVID-19, Concord Community Schools officials announced they have made the decision to shift students at three buildings to virtual-only learning for the remainder of the month.
GOSHEN — Plans for the construction of a new 90-unit apartment complex near Goshen Middle School on the city’s south side took an initial step forward Tuesday during a meeting of the Goshen Plan Commission.
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GOSHEN — Elkhart County Health Officer Dr. Lydia Mertz promises to release a COVID-19-related study led by federal researchers in Elkhart County as soon as it’s available. But the report is apparently still held up within the halls of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
GOSHEN — Faced with an alarming surge in positive COVID-19 cases, Goshen Hospital officials Tuesday announced that the hospital’s positive COVID-19 patient load has now officially surpassed its previous all-time high.
Q: HOW WILL THE ELECTION AFFECT CONTROL OF CONGRESS?
More than 22 million Americans have already cast ballots in the 2020 election, a record-shattering avalanche of early votes driven both by Democratic enthusiasm and a pandemic that has transformed the way the nation votes.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden faced inquisitive voters on separate stages in different cities Thursday night in a substitute for the debate that was meant to be.
SOUTH BEND — They don’t ask “how,” they ask “if.”
GOSHEN — Unlike the Falcons of the NFL, the Fairfield Falcons volleyball squad did not blow their big lead.
MISHAWAKA — The Duerksen family has come to define NorthWood boys soccer. That’s why it seemed only fitting that one of its members took the program to heights previously unseen Saturday night.
LAKEVILLE — The Bethany Christian girls overcame a slow offensive start, penalties, a controversial end to regulation, and two scoreless overtime periods, but a diving fingertip save by Andrean’s Briana Houpt on the final penalty kick gave the 59ers a 2-1 win over the Bruins in the Class 1A …
With Indiana and Elkhart County experiencing record numbers of new COVID-19 cases this past week, should Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb roll back the state’s reopening stage from the present Stage 5 to Stage 4 in an attempt to lower the rate of infection?
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Nekeisha Alayna Alexis, the intercultural competence and undoing racism coordinator at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, talks with host Sheila Selman about facing and understanding racism and how healing can begin.
Dan Shenk and Lee Roy Berry Jr. talk with podcast host Patrick McGuire, Elkhart County Historical Museum curator of education, about Goshen's history as a sundown town and the resolution Goshen city officials passed recognizing that. The two men were instrumental in collecting historical evidence and initiating the resolution.
Leslie Weirich's son, Austin, killed himself in 2016. Since 2018, she has been speaking about suicide and telling Austin's story to youth throughout northern Indiana. In May, she founded ClearlyHope.org and recently added a website of the same name. She chats with host Sheila Selman about her initiative, Austin, daughter Hannah and why it's necessary to speak with youth about suicide. Also, at the end, we've included a song by Hannah dedicated to her brother, "Fight For You."
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Austin Hough and guest host WHME-TV's Chuck Freeby talk local prep football, state golf, sectional soccer and Notre Dame. Also, who is Chuck's favorite team of all time? Find out in this week's episode!
On this week's episode, Austin Hough is joined by correspondent Steve Krah to talk about week six of the high school football season (00:58) and the girls golf regional from the weekend (20:55). Austin then has interviews with Lakeland's Madison Keil (25:27), NorthWood coach Adam Yoder (29:1…
The Goshen News Sports team of Greg Keim and Austin Hough talk about week five of prep football, along with a roundup of girls golf sectionals. Plus, Austin accurately predicts Notre Dame info changing after recording the podcast, as their discussion about the Irish became moot when their ga…
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TOPEKA [mdash] Darlene Mae (Mehl) Sprunger, 85, of Topeka, Indiana, formerly of The Villages, Florida, passed away Sunday, Oct. 18, 2020, at 2:25 a.m. at Miller's Merry Manor in LaGrange, Indiana. She was born Oct. 26, 1934, the daughter of Darlo J. and DonnaBelle (Haller) Mehl. On July 4, 1…
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