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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
Corey D. Maller, 29

He was born Jan. 12, 1988, in Decatur to Gary Maller and Kari Leman Rogan. He married Crystal Rodrigues Maller on Aug. 27, 2011.

Syracuse Man Suffers Fatal Stab Wound In Goshen

GOSHEN A Syracuse man died Tuesday after a stabbing in Goshen, according to a news release from the Goshen Police Department. Police found Phillip Kevin Smith, 32, Syracuse, lying on the ground near a pickup truck with a stab wound in his chest, in the 700 block of Lincolnway East Monday evening.

Thoughts on soggy burritos, graduation and off-white rectangles

So I'm about to become a college graduate. It leaves me with feelings I can't quite explain.

A pause on sabbaticals at GC

In January, the President's Council at Goshen College announced that all sabbaticals are to be frozen for the next two school years, starting this fall. The decision was made during the process of developing the budget for the fiscal and academic year of 2017-2018, as the college identified cost savings.

For the RECORD

As cliche as it sounds, I simply cannot believe that my time with the Record and with Goshen College is coming to a close. This is the last issue of the semester and sitting down to write my last editorial is harder than I thought it would be.

The many facets of the Art Sale

Every semester on Reading Day, the Student Art Sale gives Goshen College student artists and performers an opportunity to share their crafts with GC and the broader Goshen community. In the past, there has been a wide variety of art for sale including ceramics, paintings, prints, jewelry, terrariums, knitted goods, baked goods and CDs.

David Kendall: creativity in action

David Kendall, associate professor of communication, has quickly become an integral member of Goshen's visual and media arts scene. As he finishes up his second year as a professor, he reflects on his experiences with film as a teacher and as a vital cog to the Riverbend Film Festival, which occurred last weekend, April 6-8.

Conference combines science and religion

This weekend, the public is welcome to join scientists and theologians for the 17th annual Conference on Science and Religion. This year's conference will feature Niels Henrik Gregersen, professor of systematic theology at the University of Copenhagen.

Learn from volunteers as they create Chesterton oasis

Petite white and pink wildflowers are just starting to open in local wooded areas, along with the speckled leaves of trilliums. They promise a showy fairy tale scene as the weeks approach.

Spring symphony concert

This year, Jose Rocha, in his second year as the associate professor of music and orchestra conductor, is bringing cultures from around the world to Goshen, through the concert's theme of dance. "I wanted to show the uniqueness of each of the places that we are presenting in the concert," says Rocha, "but also the commonalities and how the music brings all cultures closer together."

Afternoon Sabbatical features Women's World Music Choir

Debra Detwiler Brubaker, director of Goshen College's Women's World Music Choir, believes that women have a special capacity for instigating change. "We know what's right," said Detwiler Brubaker.

Goshen News: Elkhart Co. Rallies, and Then Some

Editor's Note: The following column appearing in the Saturday edition of the Goshen News authored by Roger Schneider tracks the RV industry's rebound from the recession and the subsequent growth boom in Elkhart County. Back then I was watching the monthly recreational vehicle stats and noticed a dip in shipment growth in 2006 and a 9% downturn in 2007.

Low-crime community

T he rate of violent crime in the Columbus metro area is lower than five similar-sized Indiana metro areas and 71 percent below the national average, according to 2015 statistics compiled by the FBI, the most recent period available. The Columbus area, which includes all Bartholomew County, had 109 violent crimes reported per 100,000 inhabitants, compared to the national rate of 373 offenses, the FBI report said.

For the RECORD

I want to start this editorial by thanking everyone who reached out to me in response to my editorial last week. Whether it was by letter, email, texts or in person, the support and love that I've felt was worth the risk of vulnerability.

Track opens outdoor season at IWU

Two fourth-place finishes by Steven Cranston, a first-year, and top ten finishes in the 4 400 relay by Goshen College's men and women highlighted the start of the outdoor track season for the Maple Leafs this past Saturday at the Indiana Wesleyan Polar Bear Meet. Cranston, a 2016 cross country NAIA national finalist, did not lose a step in his transition to the track as he finished his first collegiate outdoor track meet with times of four minutes, 6.38 seconds in the 1,500 meter-run and 15:48.35 in the 5,000.

Film Festival comes to Goshen

Goshen will be hosting the 17th annual River Bend Film Festival for the second year in a row from April 6 to 8. The three-day festival welcomes filmmakers and film-lovers alike to join in on a series of workshops, panel talks and film viewings. The film festival was first founded in 2002 by a group of film fanatics from South Bend.

Tri-DENT arrests two on drug felonies

On March 23, at about 11:30 a.m., TriDENT Drug Task Force Agents conducted a traffic stop on Interstate 80 eastbound near Mile Marker 72 in Bureau County on a 2017 Dodge Durango with Colorado registration, The vehicle was occupied by driver, Luis A. Palos-Valtierra, 21, of Goshen, Ind., and passenger, Michael L. Freville, 31, of Lakewood, Colo., for improper lane usage. During the stop, a TriDENT K9 conducted a free air sniff of the vehicle and indicated to the presence of narcotic odors.

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