Host Sheila Selman is joined by Goshen School Board District 4 candidates, Keith Goodman and Allan Kauffman.
Elkhart County Republican Chairman Dan Holtz and Democratic Chairman Chad Crabtree join us this week for a talk about the General Election, their roles and a call for people to stop stealing campaign signs.
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 evi…
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 he…
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.
Elkhart County Clerk Chris Anderson talks about the preparations he and his staff are taking for this upcoming election that could see a high amount of absentee ballots cast.
Elkhart County History Museum Curator of Education Patrick McGuire finds that while creating a new exhibit for the museum, more African American stories need to be told from their point of view. In this episode, he explores the migration of African Americans to Elkhart County, the railroad, …
Author Shannan Martin discusses with host Sheila Selman how people can love their neighborhoods and their neighbors during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Richard Aguirre, Community Impact Coordinator for Goshen College and co-coordinator of the Elkhart County Latino Pandemic Initiative, and Liliana Quintero, executive director of the Northern Indiana Hispanic Health Coalition talk about COVID-19 in the Latino community and the initiative's ed…
Elkhart County Historical Museum Directror Julie Parke gives insight into World War I nurse Maude Essig of Elkhart, including some excerpts from Essig's journals.
Current Elkhart County Commissioner Mike Yoder and challenger in the Republican primary, former sheriff Brad Rogers, answer questions on a variety of issues and explain why you should vote for them.
What's the new normal? Elkhart County Emergency Management Agency Director Jen Tobey explains. Plus she talks about "The Annex," a secret location until recently. And she answers a few questions we've received from readers.
What will graduation and the new school year look like? We talk with Goshen Community Schools Superintendent Diane Woodworth about those topics, her retirement, elearning and a recent award she won in this week's podcast.
Digital Hill President and Goshen News columnist Mike Gingerich gives advice on keeping home offices cybersecure, plus making the transition back to the work office. We are still working remotely, so this episode was recorded through Zoom.
Lacasa Inc.'s President and CEO Chris Kingsley talks about the 50th anniversary of Lacasa, its beginnings, path and future during this week's podcast. This year also marks the 30th anniversary of Help-A-House. NOTE: This podcast was made before stay-at-home orders were issued, so celebratory…
Elkhart County Historical Museum's Curator of Education Patrick McGuire explores several virus-related themes in this month's podcast. He talks about keeping historical records of the novel coronavirus for future generations, virtual museum tours, how the sacrifice of first responders and me…
Goshen Hospital Chief Medical Officer and infectious disease specialist Dr. Daniel Nafziger talks about how Goshen Hospital's staff is dealing with the coronavirus. Plus he talks about the need for social distancing and wearing masks. Editor's note: We are still working remotely and using Zo…
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.
This Week's Circulars
GOSHEN [mdash] Mary Elizabeth Poe-Clark, 98, Goshen, died at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16, 2020, at Courtyard Healthcare Center. She was born May 25, 1922, in Marion (Grant County), to Roy and Polly Lynch. She married Delbert Poe and he died on Jan. 20, 1981. Then on April 12, 1990, she married Th…
FINDLAY [mdash] Glenn L. Schrock, 75, of Findlay, Ohio, passed away at 8:20 a.m. Friday, Oct. 23, 2020, at St. Catherine's Manor of Findlay. He was born Nov. 28, 1944, in Elkhart County, to Valentine and Barbara (Yoder) Schrock. Surviving are daughter, Crystal Schrock of Lima, Ohio; two brot…
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