Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway wrap up the NCAA tourneys; Clay Horning examines the new rules getting a tryout in minor league baseball; Bill Burt and George Bremer explore how quarterback trades and rumors are affecting teams preparations for the NFL Draft.

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Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway make their Final Four picks; Clay Horning reflects on Houston coach Kelvin Sampson's time in Oklahoma; Bill Burt and George Bremer discuss the quarterback craze overtaking the NFL.

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Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway discuss the Big Ten's flop in the NCAA Tournament; Bill Burt talks NFL free agency and the "kids" making the MLB exciting again; Clay Horning takes the NCAA to task for the inequities between the men's and women's basketball tournaments.

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March has gone mad! Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway share their thoughts ahead of March Madness; Bill Burt chimes in on the crazy preseason in New England; and Clay Horning offers a few reasons to watch the tourney even if you usually wouldn't.

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The Goshen News sports team of Austin Hough and Evan Lepak was granted exclusive access to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame in New Castle this past Friday. Here's some of the local items they saw on display!

Lakeland Primary students participated in Kids' Heart Challenge, a jump-rope fundraiser for the American Heart Association, Friday at at the school. When the students meet their goal, they get to slime their teacher. The students identified loved ones they are jumping for and they are earnin…

Middlebury, Bristol, Jefferson Township, and Clinton Township firefighters respond to a single level with hay loft barn fire Saturday morning at 15374 County Road 18 in Middlebury. There were no injuries including livestock. Damage was limited to the structure only. No damage to adjacent hou…

Health workers at the Elkhart County Health Department give free COVID-19 vaccinations for patients 80 years of age and older at the health department Monday. Vaccinations will continue through the week. Openings remain for Thursday and Friday. To register, go online to or call 211.

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