Here is a look at the local prep scores from Thursday, January 26.
GOSHEN — It was only fitting that Goshen’s two seniors made a huge impact on Senior Night.
Two years ago, NorthWood traveled to Warsaw in what was the first boys basketball game in the area where the gym was able to be 25% full durin…
Here's a look at the local prep scores from Tuesday, Jan. 24.
GOSHEN — Bethany Christian led for less than 30 seconds Tuesday night.
Goshen News correspondent and 20-year veteran sports writer Mike Deak joins TGN sports editor Austin Hough for this week's sports podcast. Top…
It's another packed edition of The Goshen News Sports Podcast! Tony Miller joins Austin again to talk about NLC and NIC champions being crowne…
Goshen College and Bethany Christian graduate Tony Miller joins Austin this week to cover the week that was in sports. They talk about prep bo…
Local briefs include:• Rodriguez-McMasters announces candidacy• County agency to meet Feb. 13• Thursdays events at Millersburg Town Hall• Bolt…
GOSHEN — Twenty-five-year Goshen resident Sandra Rodriguez-McMasters announced Thursday that she will be competing in the Democratic primary t…
For those who’ve been bemoaning the lack of snow this month, the snow we received this week should bring some joy back to them.
A vehicle knocked a tree onto a Goshen home early Thursday morning, causing damage to the home but no injuries.
GOSHEN — A 59-year-old Goshen man has died two days after a crash at Ind. 13 and C.R. 34.
This Week's Circulars
Elkhart County Historical Museum Curator of Education Patrick McGuire talks with Jim Geisel and Tiemen Godwalt about an upcoming play at the m…
Do you know why Alka-Seltzer's jingle is "plop, plop, fizz, fizz" and not "plop, fizz"? Elkhart County Historical Museum's Curator of Educatio…
Elkhart County Historical Museum Curator of Education Patrick McGuire talks with Lloyd Miller, the president of the Elkhart county Historical Society.
Former Notre Dame and Boston College quarterback Phil Jurkovec has come home to Pittsburgh. …
Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina has reached her second final in the past three Grand Slam …
Trayce Jackson-Davis had 25 points and 21 rebounds, and scored the go-ahead basket in the fi…
Purdue is back at No. 1 in the AP Top 25. Alabama is right behind the Boilermakers. Purdue r…
Do you believe Senate Bill 12, concerning removing obscenity law protections from school and public libraries, should be passed in Indiana?
On Tuesday, two of three Elkhart County Commissioners voted to approve a resolution supporting Indiana Senate Bill 12, which would remove a “loophole” from Indiana law that exempts schools and public libraries from prosecution for “dissemination of material harmful to minors” under Indiana’s obscenity laws. Do you believe SB 12 should be passed in Indiana?
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