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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.
Local Newspapers: Goshen News
Local Sports Teams: Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Local Colleges: Goshen College
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Goshen Redevelopment Considers New TIF Zone
A new tax increment finance district proposed for Dierdorff Road could draw from $20 million in new assessed value, the Goshen Redevelopment Commission heard Tuesday . The Elkhart Truth reported that the district, tentatively called the Dierdorff Economic Development Area, would include a proposed hotel to the north and proposed assisted living facility to the south.'Turkeypalooza' continues a GC annual tradition
What happens when students are unable to go home for the Thanksgiving holiday, or are staying in Goshen but don't have any plans? This is a the question that Jason Samuel, professor and WGCS General Manager, along with his family, have answered by hosting a Thanksgiving meal open to any and all students. Samuel is entering his 14th year of hosting this meal, and the average number of guests has grown to over 30 people.Students attend MCC Un seminar
At the 2017 MCC-UN Office Student Seminar this past October, speakers and students alike worked to grapple with such problems in the context of Central American immigration. Taking place October 26-28 in New York City, the conference worked under the title "Migration, Faith, and Action: An Exploration of the Central American Experience."Bob Yoder takes position at AMBS
After many years of serving the Goshen College community, Bob Yoder, campus pastor, mentor and friend, will be stepping down from his position as campus pastor at the end of this semester. Yoder is leaving after working at Goshen for 14 years, having started in 2003 as assistant professor to youth ministry.Goshen Resident Identification cards become available in Dec.
Monday's launch of GRID marked a culmination of significant effort by the Center for Healing & Hope and the Elkhart County HOPE network. The GRID card is available to everyone who lives in the city of Goshen, but will be of particular help to those who are unable to attain other forms of identification or documentation.RV-Centric Goshen is '17 Ind. Community of Year
When customers had difficulty in navigating around road construction to get to Kercher's Sunrise Orchards, the Goshen, Ind., business community stepped in to help, according to a Goshen News report. First, Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman came up with an "apple challenge."A warm welcome to Queen Becky
From big city slicker to small-town college president and from Ivy League prestige to liberal arts Mennonite prestige, Dr. Rebecca Stoltzfus is the new thing on campus. Interim President Ken Newbold will be stepping aside but will stay close behind the scenes, close enough to keep a watchful eye on Goshen and fulfill his duties as governmental watchdog for the CIA.Effects of Hurricane Maria reach Goshen student's family
Lisa Rosado, a first-year from Puerto Rico, woke up in her dorm room on September 19 thinking it was going to be a typical day. She later realized it was far from it.Trainspotting with Junk, for Science
The city is the meeting point of three heavily frequented railroad tracks that cross near the center of town, resulting in a car-traffic nightmare. When everybody agrees that a situation is bad, it is time to quantify exactly how bad it is.Former inmate sues over conviction Pence wouldn't pardon
In this Feb. 10, 2017 file photo, Keith Cooper, smiles during a news conference in Chicago, after Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb granted him a pardon for a robbery he didn't commit. After spending nearly a decade in prison, Cooper is suing the city of Elkhart, its police chief and three officers, alleging they fabricated evidence against him.For the Record
Eboo Patel came to Goshen last week, and his talks both Thursday night and Friday morning were challenging and hopeful in a number of ways. I could use this space to tell you all about him and his work and his interactions on campus, but I'll let you read Abby's article instead .You will grow at GC
The clock is ticking and my time at Goshen College is coming to an end. As I look back at the three years I spent here in retrospect, it's not hard to list the progress I have made here, including, but not limited to, having all the core values memorized by my senior year and not mixing up "compassionate peacemaking" and "passionate learning" as "passionate lovemaking" and shouting that out in class with confidence.GC choir and orchestra perform
The evening of Oct. 27, the Goshen College Symphony Orchestra and the Goshen Combined Choir shared the stage for a night of music in Sauder Concert Hall. The choir and the orchestra performing together is not new for either group, but is still a fairly unique experience for the audience and students involved, as they do not frequently perform together.Ingle starts FCA chapter
Last year, Chandler Ingle saw a need on campus and decided he had the solution: he started a Goshen College chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. A current junior, he started an FCA chapter last year with former Goshen student Whitney Peterson because he noticed what he deemed as a lack of spiritual activity on campus.Carlos Lora an integral part of Goshen community
Dominican born, Lora met his wife, a Puerto Rican named Nancy Lora, in New York, and it was there that their three children, Clarissa, Nahshon, and Elijah, were born. From the very beginning, the Lora family has been active in the faith community, both large scale and small.Forest River Building $2.9M Facility in Butler, Ind.
Forest River Inc. announced plans to expand its operations to Butler, Ind., creating up to 125 new jobs by 2019. "Indiana is a powerhouse when it comes to the RV industry, with over 80% of the world's RVs being built in the state," Governor Eric J. Holcomb said in a statement from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation.Community Wellness Week convo addresses substance abuse at GC
As part of Community Wellness Week, Barbara Meyer, MD came to campus from Goshen Family Physicians on Oct. 25 to give a convocation called "Your Body: Your Choices." In this presentation, Meyer covered why substance abuse is a problem, especially for college students, in terms of health, opportunities, and relationships.GSWA club continues legacy of support, empowerment
Goshen Student Women's Association, commonly referred to as GSWA, has been a staple on Goshen College campus for as long as anyone can remember. In October 1984, an article on the popular club published in the Record described it as "a resource group for women on campus by offering support to women and advocating women's issues."Millennials and job fairs
This past week I didn't have the greatest success with my social interactions. I accidentally told someone to "have fun" at the funeral they were going to.Ind. couple to visit latest Cracker Barrel opening courtesy TV host Steve Harvey
An Indiana couple who've eaten at all 645 Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores will make room for one more meal when they visit Northern Kentucky Friday. Steve Harvey, the busiest man on television, handed Ray and Wilma Yoder airplane tickets on his Oct. 6 talk show so they can be in Cold Spring Friday for an invitation-only preview breakfast for the national chain's newest restaurant.
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