GOSHEN — The Fairfield School Board will meet in a special public session and privately Monday.
INDIANAPOLIS — Republicans in the Indiana House approved updated maps for congressional and state House and Senate districts for the next 10 years with no Democratic votes Thursday. The chamber's final approval was 67-31 with one Republican voting against the maps.
SYRACUSE — The public had the opportunity at Tuesday’s Syracuse Town Council meeting to hear about the proposed $4.7 million 2022 budget at a public hearing.
The Indiana House added a proposed Senate redistricting map to the bill that already included propos d House and congressional maps on a mostly partisan vote Wednesday. The Senate map was introduced just a day before being placed in HB 1581 without public testimony.
INDIANAPOLIS — Despite a slight dip in statewide hospitalizations for COVID-19, more Indiana counties are labeled high risk for virus spread, and intensive care units are still stressed by a surge in cases.
It is time to register for Wa-Nee’s 5th and 6th grade boys’ basketball intramural league. Basic information about the league is listed below. The first practice is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 11. A formal game and practice schedule will be sent out after registration is finished. If you have …
The Concord football program is no stranger to playing in big games throughout its history. The Minutemen get to play in another one this Friday against Mishawaka.
Here is a look at the local prep scores from Monday, Sept. 20 and Tuesday, Sept. 21.
GOSHEN — NorthWood volleyball kept its chances at an outright Northern Lakes Conference championship alive with a solid 25-9, 25-13, 25-13 over Goshen Tuesday in a conference match in The Maple City.
SOUTH BEND — When the Notre Dame Fighting Irish travel the hour-and-a-half trek down to Soldier Field in Chicago on Saturday, it’ll be an extra special day for one of Notre Dame’s starting defenders.
The Elkhart County Council recently turned down a grant that would have helped pay the salaries of six new health educators. The new positions would have worked with the Latino, Black and Amish communities to educate those who were interested in chronic diseases, including mental health, diabetes and cancer. The council members were unanimous in their dismissal of the grant, which would have required the county health department to participate in future tracking and quarantining of COVID-19 victims. Did the council make the right decision?
Elkhart County Health Officer Dr. Bethany Wait talks with host Sheila Selman about how Elkhart County residents can slow down the Delta variant of COVID now, RSV and children's hospitals, monoclonal antibody treatment, and information on booster shots in this week's episode.
Elkhart County Historical Museum Curator of Education Patrick McGuire talks about the history of the St. Joseph River and it significance to the Miami and Potawatomi nations, plus its role in transportation. The river will be the focus of a documentary produced by WNIT, the local PBS channel. It will air at 8 p.m. Sept. 9 on WNIT and will premiere at the museum at 7 p.m. Sept. 23. However, it will first show at the Bristol Public Library at 2 p.m. Aug. 28.
Austin Hough and Evan Lepak are joined this week by The Journal Gazette reporter Dylan Sinn for a chat about the Notre Dame season, plus he and Evan go head to head in some Notre Dame-Purdue trivia. Austin and Evan also discuss the local sports scene and name this week's Athlete of the Week,…
In this week's episode, Austin Hough and Evan Lepak discuss high school sports, Notre Dame and interview CNHI News' George Bremer, who covers the Indianapolis Colts. They also announce this week's Athlete of the Week presented by Play It Again Sports.
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FORT JONES, CALIFORNIA [mdash] Coriece L. Bycroft, 77, of Fort Jones, California, passed away in Mt. Shasta, California, following a brief illness, on Sept. 13. Mrs. Bycroft, the daughter of Barney and Wanda (Aldrich) McIntosh, was born July 30, 1944, in Culver City, California, and married …
- Former teacher in sex crimes case plans to make insanity defense
- New Burlington store opens in Goshen
- Cheese hamburger casserole a big hit
- Baker goes rogue on bread pudding
- Goshen's first dog park opens
- Goshen Police respond to strangulation
- More vehicles, including '79 Mercedes, hauled from river
- POLICE NEWS: Crash claims LaGrange man's life
- POLICE NEWS: Crash kills local woman in Tennessee
- County Council won't allow grant application for health educators
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