INDIANAPOLIS – Ahead of public testimony on proposed district maps for Indiana’s nine congressional districts and 100 house districts, Republican map makers emphasized their priorities for new maps: compactness and maintaining communities of interest.
GOSHEN — This Friday, head downtown for Goshen’s first Festival of Independence celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month.
A woman was injured, and a man was ticketed as a result of a two-vehicle crash near Middlebury Wednesday morning.
GOSHEN — Goshen Redevelopment Commission members Tuesday voted to allow city staff to negotiate a financing agreement with the developers of a new 60-unit market-rate apartment complex planned for the city’s southwest side.
INDIANAPOLIS — House Republicans released new proposed district lines Tuesday before next week’s confirmation vote but didn’t comment on changes or discuss their mapping process.
ELKHART — The last time Goshen was Northern Lakes Conference champions in boys tennis, none of the players on the current team were born yet.
For the second season in a row, the Northridge football team enters its game against Warsaw with an unbeaten record. Last year, Warsaw won 27-14. This time around, the Raiders hope the game goes in their favor.
Here is a look the local prep scores from Monday, Sept. 13 and Tuesday, Sept. 14.
WARSAW — There was a lot to unpack from the second round robin NLC cross country super dual Tuesday.
It has been 20 years since 19 terrorists used airliners to attack the United States on Sept. 11, 2001. The attacks led to the U.S. and its allies invading Afghanistan to oust the al-Qaida. The war continued until August of this year. In the wake of these events, do you believe the country is better protected against attacks from foreign terrorists than it was in 2001?
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.
Host Sheila Selman interviews Elkhart County Health Department's Environmental Health Manager Karla Kreczmer about what it takes to keep the fair food we all enjoy safe.
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.
It was a busy week on the local sports scene. Middlebury native Sam Grewe won a gold medal, conference games are starting everywhere and we announce our first ever Goshen News Athlete of the Week, presented by Play It Again Sports.
Austin Hough and Evan Lepak break down week one of the football season and preview week two. The guys also give recognition to some of the standout teams in the area this fall, as well as introduce the new Athlete of the Week contest at The Goshen News. *Note: this podcast was taped before t…
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