U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski, R-2nd District, talks with host Sheila Selman about the passage of the CARES Act and what that will mean to her constituents. Due to social distancing measure, this podcast was done remotely through Zoom.
The Black Hawk War of 1832 led to hysteria in Elkhart County, leading settlers to build Fort Beane in Goshen. Hear the story of the fort as told by Elkhart County Historical Museum Curator of Education Patrick McGuire.
Elkhart County Commissioner Mike Yoder chats with us about the Elkhart County Courts consolidation, the future of the jail site, what's happening in Waterford with the parkway extension and more. Editor's note: A digital correction was made. Commissioner Yoder misspoke saying "C.R. 142" when…
Indiana State Sen. Blake Doriot talks with host Sheila Selman about several pieces of legislation, including bills that allow advocates for sexual assault victims, homeowners with nonconforming homes to be able to rebuild after disaster and a bill that makes it illegal in Indiana to sell a c…
Goshen News Now host Sheila Selman speaks with Indiana State Rep. Doug Miller, who represents District 48, about legislation he's been involved with during this short session at the Statehouse, including the Elkhart County Courts consolidation, bills impacting the recreational vehicle indust…
The Smithsonian has come to the Elkhart County Historical Museum. Museum Curator of Education Patrick McGuire talks with museum Director Julie Parke about this new traveling Smithsonian exhibit titled "Crossroads: Change in Rural America."
Elkhart County Historical Museum Curator of Education Patrick McGuire reveals the history of how communities in Elkhart County were named.
Elkhart County Historical Museum Curator of Education Patrick McGuire explores the beginnings of Elkhart County in a new exhibit that spans Potawatomi and Miami tribes living in the area to the arrival of the railroad.
This Week's Circulars
GOSHEN [mdash] Esther Nisley, 85, Goshen, died at 8 a.m. Thursday, March 26, 2020, at Courtyard of Goshen. She was born on Sept. 7, 1934, in Goshen, to Cephas and Millie (Hostetler) Nisley. Surviving are sister-in-law, Laura Nisley, Sarasota, Florida, and several nieces and nephews. She was …
SHIPSHEWANA [mdash] William Henry J. Yoder, 83, of Shipshewana, died at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, 2020, at his residence, following a battle with cancer. He was born May 13, 1936, in Kokomo, to Joseph and Lydia (Yoder) Yoder. On Feb. 20, 1958, he married Esther P. Miller and she died Dec.…
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