ELKHART — Thor Industries Inc. on Monday reported fiscal fourth-quarter profit of $119.2 million and a fiscal gain for the year spurred by European sales.
Other local briefs include:
- Pucker Up Packages now available
- Safety tips offered to deer hunters
- Railroad closures announced in Goshen
Newmar cancels vendor event
An Elkhart man is accused of drinking and driving when he crashed into a police car while an officer was conducting a traffic stop and had a person in custody.
GOSHEN — It was a successful day on the tennis courts Saturday for the Northridge and Westview boys tennis teams. Northridge emerged victorious in the Northern Lakes Conference tournament, while Westview swept away its competition to win the Northeast Corner Conference tournament unanimously.
The Northeast Corner Conference Big Division title now runs through Benton.
MIDDLEBURY — There were two unbeatens in boys soccer in the Northern Lakes Conference heading into Saturday.
KENDALLVILLE — It was an “historic” day in girls high school golf.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb declared an end to most restrictions put in place to control the spread of COVID-19. However, Holcomb will continue the requirement for people to wear face coverings in public places for another three weeks. A 6-foot social distancing space continues to be recommended by the Indiana State Department of Health. With the relaxing of restrictions, do you feel safe enough to resume your normal lifestyle?
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Dan Shenk and Lee Roy Berry Jr. talk with podcast host Patrick McGuire, Elkhart County Historical Museum curator of education, about Goshen's history as a sundown town and the resolution Goshen city officials passed recognizing that. The two men were instrumental in collecting historical evidence and initiating the resolution.
Leslie Weirich's son, Austin, killed himself in 2016. Since 2018, she has been speaking about suicide and telling Austin's story to youth throughout northern Indiana. In May, she founded ClearlyHope.org and recently added a website of the same name. She chats with host Sheila Selman about her initiative, Austin, daughter Hannah and why it's necessary to speak with youth about suicide. Also, at the end, we've included a song by Hannah dedicated to her brother, "Fight For You."
Elkhart County Health Officer Dr. Lydia Mertz explains what happened with schools a couple of weeks ago, what to expect with upcoming flu season and more in this week's podcast.
Listen to the latest Goshen News Sports podcast.
The Goshen News sports team of Greg Keim and Austin Hough discover 2020 isn't done with sports yet with the lights going out during a Friday night football game. They also talk about some of the other high school games they covered and how the playing field is lining up. Plus, the duo give t…
Fairfield's volleyball team was cleared to play Tuesday after canceling some upcoming games Monday night because of a COVID-19 concern. The TGN sports team of Greg Keim and Austin Hough talk about what happened, along with prep football, Notre Dame and more in this week's podcast.
Our TGN sports team of Greg Keim and Austin Hough have been busy covering football games. They talk about their impressions of those games and athletes in this week's podcast. Plus, a memorable tribute to West Noble soccer player Anthony Reyes.
This Week's Circulars
LAGRANGE [mdash] Sarah Jean Yoder, 26, of LaGrange died at 8:22 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25, at Parkview Regional Medical Center, Fort Wayne, after a nine-month battle with cancer. She was born on Feb. 25, 1994, in Goshen, to Omer and Roseanna (Yoder) Troyer. On Aug. 6, 2015, in LaGrange, she marr…
- Developers of downtown Goshen bar, restaurant get OK for renovation
- New Mexican restaurant planned for former Dana J’s Deli location
- Yes, there will be trick-or-treating in Goshen
- Wakarusa residents remember 'gentle giant'
- POLICE NEWS: Ex-employee accused of stealing from ADEC clients
- INDIANA IN-DEPTH: Rural EMS providers facing severe shortage of paramedics
- Woman wages war against youth suicides
- POLICE NEWS: Boy struck while crossing street; vehicle leaves scene
- POLICE NEWS: Grenade found in family boxes
- Health Board cancels meeting after 50 unmasked people show up