This year, with increasing numbers of Hoosiers being fully vaccinated and a growing sense that the worst of the pandemic has passed, Indiana State Parks officials expect business to boom again.
A child’s condition at a local hospital is apparently grave following an incident of abuse in which an Elkhart man now faces multiple charges.
FORT WAYNE — Bishop Kevin Rhoades, bishop of the Fort Wayne-South Bend diocese, ordained seven men to the priesthood Saturday — the largest ordination class in one year since the 1960s, according to Rhoades.
Local briefs include:
- 'Move for the moment' this weekend in Goshen
- Goshen Historical Museum set to reopen
- Elkhart Park & Recreation Board to host virtual meeting Tuesday
INDIANAPOLIS — One of the top accomplishments a basketball player or coach can receive in Indiana is being selected for the Indiana All-Stars team. Two representatives from Elkhart County — Goshen senior Brynn Shoup-Hill and Northridge girls basketball coach Doug Springer — had that honor th…
INDIANAPOLIS — Goshen seniors Kathryn Detweiler and Joya Drenth had their tennis season come to an end in the individual doubles state quarterfinals Friday, falling to Carmel’s Alexa Lewis and Hallie Reeves, 6-1, 6-2, at North Central High School in the state capital.
INDIANAPOLIS — This week, recent Goshen graduate Brynn Shoup-Hill has been representing the state of the Indiana as an Indiana basketball All-Star. She was one of 12 senior girls from The Hoosier State selected for the honor.
PLYMOUTH — Northridge’s Brock Reschly knew that if he just played his style of golf, he’d be able to make it to the state tournament.
GOSHEN — As one Mark exits Fairfield, another Mark enters.
The Indiana Department of Health will close all of its coronavirus testing sites at the end of the month. Free testing will continue at pharmacies, community clinics and through local health departments. Now that the COVID-19 virus infection rate is declining, is this the time for the state to halt its portion of the testing service?
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Eric Kurtz, executive director of MCC Great Lakes, Goshen, talks with host Sheila Selman about the refugee relief work MCC is doing across the world, their work at the Mexican-U.S. border and the announcement that the Mennonite Relief Sale is a go for this year, Sept. 24-25. For those interested in taking a borderlands tour, contact Kurtz at EricKurtz@mcc.org. MCC's website is mcc.org.
State Sen. Blake Doriot joins host Sheila Selman to talk about the 2021 legislative session, including his take on bills involving emergency powers of the governor and local health officers. Contact information for Sen. Doriot: email, S12@iga.in.gov; phone, 317-232-9808. Note: The pregnancy accommodation law will go into effect July 1, 2021. This law applies to companies with 15 or more employees.
Elkhart County Health Officer Dr. Bethany Wait speaks with host Sheila Selman about the launch of a vaccination campaign in Elkhart County.
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On this week's episode, Austin Hough and Evan Lepak wrap up the baseball, softball and track seasons while looking ahead to this week's golf, tennis and basketball festivities.
Austin Hough and Evan Lepak recap the busiest week of the spring preps season, featuring Fairfield softball winning a regional title and Wawasee baseball a sectional crown.
Goshen News sports correspondent Steve Krah joins Austin Hough and Evan Lepak this week to talk about the local sports scene, including a preview of the baseball sectionals that begin this week.
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NAPPANEE [mdash] Daniel F. Chupp, 89 of Nappanee, Indiana, died at 9:46 a.m. Thursday, June 10, 2021 at Goshen General Hospital. Cremation will take place and a memorial service will be held at a later date.
- Three local women to compete for Miss Indiana title
- NorthWood principal joins Catholic Schools
- Police News: Eight injured in three-vehicle crash
- Silver Alert issued for Elkhart girl
- POLICE NEWS: Man arrested while child hospitalized after beating
- PREP ATHLETICS: Engle hired as new Fairfield athletic director
- Man ordered to life in prison for role in woman's torture and murder
- Goshen board approves three road closures
- Large industrial campus planned for city’s south side
- POLICE NEWS: Crash injures two near Wakarusa