A list of 15 semifinalists was presented as choices for Goshen High School’s new mascot, contract negotiations between Elkhart schools and its teachers are at an impasse and three other stories to start the day

Terry Mark

Posted 39 minutes ago

After the deaths of former Tippecanoe Valley head coaches Scott Bibler and Charlie Smith, Darin Holsopple will allow a community to grieve and then get a football team ready to play

Bill Beck

Posted at 7:30 p.m.

Although school officials are optimistic an agreement will be reached, concerns from teachers are starting to surface

Michelle Sokol

Posted at 6:36 p.m.
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