North Korea tests possible submarine missile, amid tensions
GOSHEN — The Elkhart County commissioners are putting in a new route for events to circumvent the county’s noise ordinance.
GOSHEN — A Goshen house was found unsafe for human habitation and targeted for possible demolition during a meeting of the Goshen Board of Public Works and Safety Monday afternoon.
LAGRANGE — A free drive-up clinic offering both flu and COVID-19 vaccinations will be open to residents of LaGrange and surrounding counties Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Parkview LaGrange Hospital staff will host the clinic in the hospital's north parking lot in a collaboration with Topeka …
Goshen Police are investigating an early morning multi-vehicle accident on Sunday in which a firearm was reportedly involved.
LAGRANGE – In what has been an incredible season so far for the NorthWood volleyball team got even better for the Panthers on Saturday night at Lakeland High School.
MISHAWAKA — West Lafayette put an end to West Noble’s special boys soccer season on Saturday, beating the Chargers 4-1 in the championship match of an IHSAA Class 2A Regional boys soccer tournament at Mishawaka Marian’s Abro Stadium.
TOPEKA – Just hours after the Westview boys soccer team stormed the pitch in semistate-filled elation, the Warrior girls dipped their heads in disappointment.
TOPEKA – Down 3-1 with 15 minutes to play, the hopes of a regional championship seemed to be slipping through the grasp of Westview.
Recently the Elkhart County Council, the Elkhart County Commissioners and the Economic Development Corp. of Elkhart County all worked together to extend C.R. 4 and to provide a $10 million tax phase-in to Amazon to construct two facilities along the Indiana Toll Road without revealing the company’s name to the public. The development effort was known locally as “Project Winnie,” and was led by a property development company. In the future, should these three county entities be allowed to hide what company will benefit from government actions, or should the end-users of such developments be revealed at the outset?
Elkhart County Health Officer Dr. Bethany Wait talks with host Sheila Selman about her resignation following a recent Elkhart County Council meeting. She also gives an update on the current COVID status of the county.
Elkhart County Historical Museum Administrator Julie Parke steps in for host Patrick McGuire for this episode and talks about convicted serial murderer Rudy Bladel and the Elkhart rail yard murders.
On this week's episode, Austin Hough and Evan Lepak recap a busy start to the prep sports week, as well as recapping NorthWood's trip to the state golf tournament. They also chat about Notre Dame's 24-13 loss to Cincinnati.
On this week's episode, Austin Hough and Evan Lepak bring on the NorthWood girls golf team to talk about qualifying for the state tournament (41:10-end). Before that, the guys talk about the rest of the local sports scene and Notre Dame's upcoming matchup with Cincinnati.
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NEW PARIS [mdash] Ellen Marie Higginbotham, 66, New Paris, died Sunday. Family and friends will gather at 1:45 p.m., Tuesday, at Miller 8 Square Cemetery, 14153 C.R. 126, Middlebury for a graveside service. Miller-Stewart Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
GOSHEN [mdash] Miriam S. (Martin) Hoover, 89, passed away peacefully to meet her Savior at her home in Goshen, at 10:10 a.m., Friday, Oct. 15, with some of her family by her side. She was born Nov. 24, 1931, to Joseph E. and Mary (Shaum) Martin. She accepted Christ as her Savior in her youth…
- POLICE NEWS: Two arrested after meth allegedly thrown from vehicle
- Planning commission not sold on new Dollar General
- $30 million Goshen assisted living project ready to to start
- POLICE NEWS: LaGrange County man charged in child molestation case
- POLICE NEWS: Van driver pulled from Water Treatment Plant pond
- POLICE NEWS: Hack costs company more than half-a-million dollars
- PREP FOOTBALL: Concord wins NLC title in thrilling fashion over Warsaw
- Driver charged in fatal crash
- Vacant building damaged in Elkhart fire
- Police: Firearm involved in Goshen vehicle crash