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Goshen Board of Public Works and Safety members are shown in session. The board on Monday took the first step in Goshen officials possibly taking possession of the former Holiday on the city's south side. Board of Works members, from left, are Michael Landis, Mayor Allan Kauffman and Rudy Stegelmann.
Treatment plant building, lift station fixes approved
GOSHEN — The Wastewater Treatment Plant’s Digester and Lab buildings have water leaking in and the plant’s Twelfth Street lift station has bricks falling off the building due to water damage.
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- Treatment plant building, lift station fixes approved
Northridge's Sarah Smith eyes a return during the semistate tournament against Fort Wayne Carroll Saturday in Fort Wayne.
PREP GIRLS TENNIS: Raiders fall short
The experience the Northridge Raiders gained from being in the high school girls tennis semistate a year ago helped them on Saturday.
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Council makes a smart move on tax breaks
The Goshen City Council’s adoption of a tax phase-in policy for local governments will help bring uniformity to a competitive process that has pitted local governments against each other.
- Like it or not, Sheriff is going to speak freely
- Goshen neighborhood stands together on north side
- Council makes a smart move on tax breaks