The life story of Goshen police officer Mario Mora is a compelling one. We told you just a little bit about his life and how he became a police officer in Thursday’s edition. We will be telling more stories about local police officers in the coming weeks in a continuing series.
Nearly three weeks ago the growing national controversy swirling around the use of “Redskins” as a sporting team nickname blew back into Goshen. It was only a matter of time. After all, our high school teams have been known as the Goshen Redskins for nearly the past 90 years. Whether you agr…
Elkhart County Sheriff Brad Rogers is not afraid of a fight, especially when it’s a tussle with what he sees as America’s playground bully – the United States government. Rogers, who is seeking re-election to a second term as sheriff, has been a consistent and outspoken advocate of state and…
Charles Wicks of Elkhart won a five-way race for the Republican nomination for judge of Elkhart County Superior Court 5. Wicks received 4,170 votes, or 26.2 percent of the total. Bruce Wells received 3,765 votes, Thomas Murto 3,111, Peter Todd 2,550 and Martin McCloskey 2,303 votes.
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- Maple City Bowl overhauled, now a family entertainment center
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- At least 24 apartments affected by fire at Arbor Lakes
- Details pending after officer fires gun at the end of a pursuit
- POLICE NEWS: Gunshots reported in Goshen neighborhood
- NFL: Weather forecast does not concern the Indy Colts
- Cost, use of trails stir emotions at County Council meeting
- Police make numerous arrests
- Drug store owner expresses interest in KeyBank building