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Goshen School Board learns of recommended transportation cuts
GOSHEN — Goshen High School seniors are receiving six tickets for Commencement Sunday, June 9.
Elkhart County Commissioner say yes to new engineering position
GOSHEN — Elkhart County Commissioners Monday gave their blessing to the hiring of a new engineering position by the Elkhart County
Wawasee High School choir to revisit ’50s-’80s
The Wawasee High School Choral Department will present an “American Bandstand” Pops Show Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium.
Humane Society's annual meeting set for May 22
The Humane Society of Elkhart County will conduct its annual meeting at 6 p.m. May 22 at Essenhaus Inn & Conference Center, located at 240 U.S. 20 in Middlebury.
Parkside Elementary leaders look to community for more C.L.A.S.S
Educators at Parkside Elementary School are putting out a call to the community this month for help in sending as many kids as possible to a special leadership and character-building summit at Goshen Middle School this June.
COLLEGE CONNECTIONS: NorthWood grad Thompson fifth in super regional
University of Indianapolis junior Amy Thompson placed fifth among the individuals at the NCAA Division II East Super Regional at the Joliet Country Club near Joliet, Illinois.
Indiana education leader Glenda Ritz on quick learning curve
INDIANAPOLIS — For many occupants of the Indiana Statehouse, the week after the General Assembly wraps up its final frenzy of work is a quiet one. But not for Glenda Ritz.
Lessons learned from 2007 twister make Nappanee safer, mayor says
It’s been less than six years since an EF-3 tornado plowed through the city of Nappanee in October 2007. In terms of the technology and ability to communicate when severe weather is near, it seems a lifetime ago.
Elkhart County Council paves way for road improvements
Elkhart County Council members Saturday voted to approve $2.2 million in additional appropriations for the County Highway Department’s annual road paving and maintenance program, a number $500,000 short of what the department had initially requested.
LaCasa's annual Help A House still a hit in Goshen
The lunch break was winding down for the 11-member work crew. The painters were ready to resume painting. Dorothy Herring had another word for it. “It’s a godsend,” she said Saturday afternoon outside her home at 914 S. Thirteenth St., Goshen.
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