GOSHEN — Horse-drawn vehicles and trailers will see an increase in registration and license fees in order to help pay for road repairs.
GOSHEN — A Goshen landlord was denied permission for the immediate refurbishment of a fire-damaged house, but was given the option of hiring a structural engineer to give recommendations for a rebuilding plan.
A 19-year-old woman reported to Elkhart County deputies at 3:42 p.m. Thursday that a person pretending to be a police officer stopped her vehicle in the area of Hilltop Drive and C.R. 39 near Middlebury.
NAPPANEE — Two men were honored with the EMT of the Year award Dec. 1 during the annual Nappanee Firefighters/Emergency Medical Technicians’ Award Dinner at the American Legion.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb is directing flags to be flown at half-staff to honor the life of former Sen. Bob Dole. Flags should be flown at half-staff at the Indiana Statehouse immediately until sunset on Thursday.
ELKHART – A battle between two of the better teams in the Northern Lakes Conference turned into a bit of a one-sided affair after all 24 events were finished in the Concord Aquatic Center on Tuesday night.
ELKHART — In a game where Drew Hogan scored 22 points and Quinn Bechtel had 17, Goshen coach Michael Wohlford pointed to a play that sophomore Andre Williams made that ultimately let the RedHawks leave North Side Gym with a win Tuesday.
SOUTH BEND — Man, what a seven days in South Bend.
SOUTH BEND — After an insane week for the Notre Dame football program that saw the all-time winningest coach in Fighting Irish history depart for the Bayou, Monday was a welcomed return to stability within the Irish Athletics Center.
GOSHEN — Goshen wrestling is temporarily shut down due to a COVID outbreak on the team.
Elkhart, Noble and LaGrange counties remain at the red caution level for COVID-19 infections. Now that the new Omicron variant has been found in the United States, health officials are reiterating the need to be vaccinated, to maintain social distancing and wear masks when in crowded spaces. What will you do in response to the Omicron variant?
Host Sheila Selman talks with 2009 Goshen High School grad Tell Williams IV on his one-year rise in TikTok fame and how he's using that fame to discuss tolerance, acceptance and diversity. He's also partnered with another Goshen native, James Jerlecki, on a new nail polish line.
Kyle Hufford and Eric Miller of Goshen College's FiveCore Media talk with host Patrick McGuire about their movie "Vital Passage: A Holocaust Rescue Story." The story focuses on a Goshen family, the Plauts, who were business owners. They rescued 28 Jewish refugees from Germany prior to the outbreak of World War II. For more on the movie and the Plauts go to fivecoremedia.com/vitalpassage.
Northridge football is going to state! Austin Hough and Evan Lepak break down the Raiders' semistate victory over New Prairie and preview the state title game against Mount Vernon. The guys also give what they're thankful for ahead of Thanksgiving.
On this week's episode, Austin Hough and Evan Lepak talk all thing Northridge football as they get ready for a semistate championship game against New Prairie. Other topics discussed include Notre Dame football's playoff chances.
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MIDDLEBURY [mdash] Wilma A. Miller, 77, Middlebury, died at 7:45 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 4, at her residence. She was born June 24, 1944, in LaGrange County to Amos U. and Fannie (Bontrager) Miller. On Nov. 16, 1972, in LaGrange County she married Ora A. Miller, he survives. Survivors in additi…
- Barn fires suspect arrested
- Second barn fires suspect arrested
- Prosecutors office: Sunday shooting victim died following day
- Two RV companies hit with burglaries
- Phone, surveillance video led to arrests of barn arsons suspects
- POLICE NEWS: Woman says she was stopped by police impersonator
- Shooting victim ID'd as Goshen man
- Interra buys naming rights to Goshen High School gym
- Goshen Hospital reports highest number of COVID cases this year
- POLICE NEWS: Bristol woman injured in crash