Wednesday, April 16, 2014

 Bob and Carolyn Zook pose for a photograph Tuesday April 15, 2014, in front of the foundation of the elder care home they are building in a west Goshen neighborhood.

Senior co-housing is one way to address the aging Baby Boomer generation. A Goshen couple is creating the house that will be the first of its kind in Elkhart County.

Jeff Parrott
Posted 38 minutes ago

Currently a member of the Denver Broncos practice squad, Palmer has plans for his future.

Bill Beck
Posted 2 hours ago
 Church Community Services Executive Director Rob Roberson, center, addresses students from both Memorial and Central as they kick-off the spring Student Hunger Drive of Northern Indiana at CCS Tuesday, April 15, 2014. Students will plan events to help promote the drive and return for a loading day at the conclusion of the food drive.

Cold weather got you down? Perk up with these feel good stories.

Krystal Vivian
Posted at 1:08 p.m.
 A robot pulls under a helicopter as it works the natural disaster scenario during competition at the Lego League ETHOS qualifying tournament at Memorial High School on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013. Thirty-six teams from the area expended a lot of energy cheering and watching as the robots they made of Legos attempted the competition scenario of responding to a natural disaster.
Posted 16 minutes ago

Notre Dame will be celebrating National Robotics Week on Sunday, April 27. At the event, you'll have the chance to see robots that interact with people, play football and event fly.

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Tyrone Winkleman faces up to 150 years of imprisonment. He'll be sentenced Thursday, April 17.

 This June 17, 2003 file photo shows British rock band AC/DC, from left, Brian Johnson, Malcolm Young, Phil Rudd, Angus Young, and Cliff Williams performing on stage during a concert in Munich, southern Germany. A new study shows the music that some people listen to at work may not be conducive to their productivity as they might think.
Posted 59 minutes ago

A new study shows the music that some people listen to at work may actually make them less productive.

 Goshen-born opera singer Anthony Kalil is one of three recipients of the 2014 Richard Tucker Music Foundation's $10,000 career grant.
Posted 2 hours ago

Anthony Kalil, who was born and raised in the Maple City, is one of three opera singers to receive a special grant at an invitation-only audition in the Big Apple.

Posted 2 hours ago

Husband-wife coaching combination makes their kids part of the fun of Jimmie track and field.

 Adam Bujalski is running for Tim Neese's old seat in the Indiana House. Bujalski is a Republican. On Thursday March 27, 2014 he was interviewed by an Elkhart Truth reporter.
Posted 2 hours ago

The Indiana Farm Bureau and the National Rifle Association handed out recent evaluations and endorsements.

 A rooster named Hawk stands proudly in a pasture near Karen Wellington's home in Goshen Friday, July 2, 2010. Goshen City Council approved an ordinance on Tuesday, April 15, to allow people in the city to keep up to six hens.
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Some said chickens are a great addition to some Goshen yards while others worry chickens will end up at shelters or attract predators.

 Jimtown High School senior Ally Vicsik (second from left) signs to continue her academic and volleyball careers at the University of Illinois-Springfield surrounded by (from left) Jimtown head coach Katie Weiss, mother Amy Vicsik, brother Jake Vicsik and father James Vicsik. (Photo Supplied)
Posted at 1:43 p.m.

Senior heading to Illinois capital to join NCAA Division II Prairie Stars.

 AlphaGraphics Elkhart has bought Middlebury Graphic Arts, adding its equipment and four employees to the Elkhart location.
Posted at 1:14 p.m.

The owners of Middlebury Graphic Arts are retiring and its operations are being absorbed by the Elkhart business.

 Beacon Health System CEO Philip Newbold talks with an Elkhart Truth reporter June 8, 2012, at Granger Community Church. Newbold was talking with newspaper and television reporters after the announcement of the new name of the parent company for Elkhart General and South Bend Memorial hospitals.
Posted at 1:10 p.m.

The proposal, which faced review by the feds, had generated concern from the head of the St. Joseph Regional Medical Center.

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