Indiana saw an increase of two COVID-19-related deaths in numbers released Monday by the Indiana State Department of Health, bringing the state's death total to 2,569. Those two deaths were in Marshall County.
GOSHEN — International exchange students enrolled at two local institutions aren’t facing as high a risk of losing their visas in the upcoming school year. Concerns were piqued following a federal decision this week to clamp down on restrictions on such students taking courses online while C…
WASHINGTON — Lauded for their service and hailed as everyday heroes, essential workers who get the coronavirus on the job have no guarantee in most states they'll qualify for workers' compensation to cover lost wages and medical care.
Elkhart County now has 60 total COVID-19-related deaths after one new death was reported Sunday by health officials.
DR. WALLACE: Is it possible for someone to "lose" some or all of their intelligence? When I was 6 years old, I was a very bright young child. In school, I was placed in the "gifted" classes. Then my mother died, and my grandmother punished me for grieving too long and too deeply about my mot…
DEAR ABBY: “Darlene” and I have been friends for 40 years. She moved to Arizona with me in the ‘80s from Michigan. Her boyfriend drove out and convinced her to return to Michigan and get married, which she did, but she’s always hated Michigan. She raised two girls. I was always called “Aunt”…
GOSHEN — The Goshen Engineering Department will be studying traffic speeds along Sixth and Seventh streets beginning Tuesday following reports of speeding and increased traffic along the two roadways resulting from the recent redesign of Main Street.
GOSHEN — Seven companies are in the running for a large a pair of projects to complete an unfinished portion of the new juvenile detention center and overhaul a courtroom at the Elkhart County Jail.
GOSHEN — The NFL team from Washington D.C. released a statement Monday saying they will be retiring its ‘Redskins’ nickname after 87 years of use. The team did not announce a new nickname for the team, but is expected to decide on one before the upcoming 2020 NFL season.
GOSHEN — Blake Glogouski qualified for the NCAA national championships in three of his four seasons for the Lake Erie Storm wrestling program.
Could Indiana high school football switch from a fall sport to a spring one? Could it be a one-time change or a permanent move?
GOSHEN — Sara Troyer was among four members of the University of Nebraska swimming and diving team to receive academic All-American honors from the College Swimming and Diving Coaching Association of America for the 2019-20 season.
NEW PARIS — Adam Kezar had never competed in rodeo until five years ago. Now, he’s getting ready to head to his fifth-straight national championships competition.
Local school districts are announcing their plans to reopen in August as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. If you were a parent of school-aged children, what would you do for your child when school reopens?
Listen to the latest Goshen News podcast.
Richard Aguirre, Community Impact Coordinator for Goshen College and co-coordinator of the Elkhart County Latino Pandemic Initiative, and Liliana Quintero, executive director of the Northern Indiana Hispanic Health Coalition talk about COVID-19 in the Latino community and the initiative's education efforts. They also talk about the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on DACA.
Elkhart County Historical Museum Directror Julie Parke gives insight into World War I nurse Maude Essig of Elkhart, including some excerpts from Essig's journals.
Current Elkhart County Commissioner Mike Yoder and challenger in the Republican primary, former sheriff Brad Rogers, answer questions on a variety of issues and explain why you should vote for them.
Listen to the latest Goshen News Sports podcast.
On this week's podcast, The Goshen News sports team of Greg Keim and Austin Hough discuss the passing of Wawasee swimming legend Andy Kryder, a couple of local girls basketball athletes committing to college and the MLB's official return plan.
With the MLB owners ordering for a season, baseball could be back by July. Also, Greg Keim and Austin Hough talk about Notre Dame's COVID-19 testing, NASCAR's stand against racism and local sports in this week's podcast.
Greg Keim and Austin Hough chat with Goshen High School grad and incoming Trine University athlete Ben Wengerd about starting at Trine, great coaches, the MLB, football and more.
This Week's Circulars
LAGRANGE [mdash] Betty Lou Marner, 74, LaGrange, died Saturday at Parkview Regional Medical Center, Fort Wayne. Visitation from 2-8 p.m. Tuesday, July 14, and one hour prior to 10 a.m. funeral Wednesday at Maple Grove Church, Topeka. Miller-Stewart FH is handling arrangements.
MIDDLEBURY [mdash] Luke William Glick, 8 days old, of Middlebury, died at 6:58 p.m. Saturday, July 11, at Parkview Regional Medical Center, Fort Wayne. He was born on July 3, 2020, in Topeka to William and Michelle (Barkman) Glick. Surviving in addition to his parents are five sisters, Chery…
- CDC team arrives in Elkhart County to analyze COVID-19 spread
- NOTRE DAME FOOTBALL: Beth Holtz wife of former coach Lou Holtz dies
- Reopening plans announced by several local school corporations
- Goshen nonprofit proposes new homeless shelter for the city
- Goshen City Council adopts resolution affirming support for city police and commitment to anti-racism
- POLICE NEWS: Woman robbed during Facebook Marketplace deal
- AFTERNOON UPDATE: Elkhart County reports five COVID-19 deaths
- As COVID-19 deaths, cases mount, county health official says, 'We still have a problem. It's real'
- POLICE NEWS: Five-vehicle crash injures three on U.S. 20
- Plans for new 48-unit apartment complex near Goshen Middle School move forward