Rogers Park wreath tossing ceremony
Veterans who died in service to their country were remembered during Memorial Day services this holiday weekend. On Monday, Goshen veterans from the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion and Disabled American Veterans led services and a parade. A service started at the Rogers Park footbridge at 8:45 a.m. to honor Navy servicemen and women. Jan Santos led the Navy prayer and the wreath was presented by Bob Cotherman of the Navy.
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Stotts family has been turning heads along Ind. 119 for 33 years
The massive garden along Ind. 119 southwest of Goshen is easy to spot and has attracted many visitors in its nearly 33-year history.
Goshen firefighter promoted
Shane McKerchie recently completed his probationary year at the Goshen Fire Department.
TECH TALK: Remarketing to website visitors has advantages
Generating sales and leads for your business on the web is powerful. The web allows anyone, anywhere to potentially discover and buy from your firm.
No major progress for liquor legislation
INDIANAPOLIS — When it comes to alcohol, the 2013 legislative session may be marked more by what it didn’t do to boost booze sales than what it did.
Man to be airlifted from single-vehicle crash on C.R. 48
Elkhart County police and township firefighters are at the scene of a crash on C.R. 48 near Ind. 13. The driver of a truck is being extricated and a helicopter is waiting at the scene to transport him.
NWMS leaders receive music honors
WAKARUSA — For NorthWood Middle School’s departing principal, George Roelandts, his career in education is approaching a coda.
GMS science teacher combines love of Elkhart River, music for festival
GOSHEN – Two of Jake Miller’s passions converged as naturally as the Elkhart River does with the St. Joseph.
City closer to acquiring former Goshen Inn property
Elkhart County Commissioners Monday took the next step in a process that could result in Goshen officials taking possession of the old Holiday Inn property on Goshen’s south side. The move follows a similar approval by the Goshen Board of Public Works and Safety May 6.
You should know: Tom Yoder
GOSHEN — Tom Yoder doesn’t mind getting dirty when he’s pursuing one of his favorite interests — gardening.
Technology speeds disaster alerts
Caitria O’Neill remembers her reaction to hearing tornado warnings on June 1, 2011. She went to the grocery store, she said, “because I live in Massachusetts, and we don’t get tornadoes.”
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