GOSHEN — When Indiana updated it COVID metrics map Wednesday, the northern part of the state was close to solid red, indicating a high infection rate of COVID.
ELKHART — Thor Industries Inc. on Tuesday announced the acquisition of Elkhart Composites, Inc. by Thor’s Airxcel, Inc. subsidiary.
ELKHART — THOR Industries Inc. on Wednesday announced record results for its first fiscal quarter, which ended Oct. 31.
DELPHI — Police investigating the unsolved slayings of two teenage girls killed during a 2017 hiking trip in northern Indiana are seeking information from people who had contact with someone who used a fictitious online profile to communicate with young girls.
Robotic vacuum cleaners halted in their tracks. Doorbell cameras stopped watching for package thieves, though some of those deliveries were canceled anyway. Netflix and Disney movies got interrupted and The Associated Press had trouble publishing the news.
GOSHEN — Four years ago, the Fairfield girls basketball team had its most successful season in program history, winning Class 3A sectional and regional titles before losing in the semistate championship game to Northwestern.
MIDDLEBURY — Northridge football achieved heights previously unseen this year, reaching the state championship game for the first time in program history.
The Concord Minutemen football team had a solid bounce-back season in 2021 after going just 4-4 the year prior.
Here is a look at the local prep scores from Tuesday, Dec. 7.
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, 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.
On this week's episode, Austin Hough and Evan Lepak recap Northridge football's state trip. Before that, though, they break down the news of Brian Kelly leaving Notre Dame for LSU.
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.
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CAMDEN [mdash] Mildred Ruth Moser Royer, 98, of rural Camden, passed away Monday, Dec. 6, 2021, at 3 p.m. at her great nephew's home, where she has lived for the past two years. She was born Jan. 15, 1923, in New Paris, to the late Lester and Carrie Flora Moser. Her marriage was to Owen O. R…
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