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Located near the Michigan border Goshen today is known for its manufacturing of recreational vehicles and being home to the second largest county fair in the country. Annually the city hosts the Goshen Air Show. Director Howard Hawks was born in Goshen. More recently the films Lonesome Jim was filmed in the city. The screenwriter of Lonesome Jim James Strouse is from Goshen. He has also written the John Cusack film Grace is Gone and The Winning Season starring Sam Rockwell.

Population: 31800
Local Newspapers: Goshen News
Local Sports Teams: Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Local Colleges: Goshen College

Zip Codes associated with goshen, indiana: 46526 46528
Towns/Cities near goshen, indiana : Elkhart Dunlap New Paris Millersburg Osceola Mishawaka Bristol Nappanee Syracuse Ligonier

Goshen News
Five track records broken at Indiana Wesleyan

In a season that has been highlighted by school records falling on a seemingly weekly basis, the Crossroads League Invitational was no different for the Goshen College indoor track team. Five new school records were set over the two days of events at Indiana Wesleyan University.

Mennonite Historical Archives finds new home

Goshen College's Newcomer building will no longer be home to the Mennonite Historical Archives. Instead, they will be finding a new home in Elkhart.

GC to welcome Saint Joseph College students

Saint Joseph College, located in Rensselaer, Indiana, announced earlier this month that the institution would be suspending all operations at the end of the spring semester due to financial hardships. The college decided to cease activity after evaluating its financial standings and resources.

MCC quilt raises awareness of albinism in Tanzania

Located in Goshen, just off of Route 33, The Depot is a thrift shop that supports "the local and global relief, development and peace projects of Mennonite Central Committee," according to their website. One of those projects took place in Tanzania.

Strand of Oaks talks ecstasy, joy, and losing control with NPR Morning Edition

In the midst of celebrating the release of Hard Love , Strand of Oaks ' Tim Showalter spoke with NPR's Steve Inskeep on Morning Edition earlier today. After recalling his early musical days in the basement sewing room of the Goshen, IN home that he grew up in, Showalter goes on to discuss some of the inspirational threads of the songs that fill his fifth record.

From bread to cheese: the move next door

After 30 years of serving the loyal customers of Rachel's Bread, Rachel Shenk is now managing The Wedge, a cheese shop located around the corner in the Goshen Farmers Market. Shenk, who for all those years filled the shelves of her bakery with French baguettes and loaves of sourdough and honey whole wheat, actually had a confession to make.

For the RECORD

There's a sales tax exemption for treating erectile dysfunction in Wisconsin. The same can't be said for feminine hygiene products.

Cooped up in the city

Every morning before leaving for work, John Nafziger puts on his boots, opens the sliding door to the backyard and tends to the chickens. Often times, it's still dark when he goes out to open the door to the coop and make sure the chickens have fresh water and feed.

Goshen community huddle sparks hope

Community members and college students sat together at tables on Sunday, Feb. 12 for a huddle, raising their concerns for the future and thinking of practical solutions. The huddle was organized by Joelle Friesen and Morgan Short, both seniors, and was an action following the Women's March on Washington D.C. and the sister marches that happened in January.

Dedication celebrates first African-American graduate

On Friday, students, staff and faculty, community members and others will come together for the Juanita Lark Welcome Center dedication and celebration. Lark was Goshen College's first African American graduate, receiving her diploma in 1943 with a major in education.

Baldanzi continues love for comics

Jessica Baldanzi, associate professor of English, has a unique passion: comic books and graphic novels. Her affection for this form of creativity started in her childhood with works like Betty and Veronica and Richie Rich.

Measured Love

I haven't talked my parents in nine and a half days. To me, that seems like nine and a half minutes but to my parents that feels like nine and a half years.

Free the dog whistle

I knew I wanted to learn how to play the dog whistle when I was seven years old. My family and I were walking down the idyllic streets of Mackinac Island with their cream houses and chocolate cobblestones when we happened across a very talented street musician playing the dog whistle with gusto.

Students collaborate on Revolutionary War writing

Sapp, a Goshen Middle School English teacher, had her New Tech 8th-grade students read a young adult novel on the Revolutionary War and then write their own short stories. Those were read to Holcomb's 5th graders at Mary Beck Elementary School last month, who scored them on a rubric and discussed what makes good writing.

Radical garden, epic harvest

"This morning, as part of my breakfast, I had blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, cantaloupe and currants, all that we had frozen," Gascho said. "And that's every morning."

Mayor: ID program aimed at helping immigrants not on agenda

A northern Indiana mayor says it's not on his agenda to issue ID cards to immigrants living in the country without legal permission. The Elkhart Truth reports Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman recently issued an update about his city's position on the issue after earlier saying the idea was being considered.

Praying for peace in uncertain times

On Jan. 20, at 12 p.m. in downtown Goshen, I had the opportunity to say a prayer for the United States of America during the inauguration of Donald Trump. I found that my Islam faith gave me ample resources to choose from.

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