Goshen Roundup: A methane explosion, a second chance to see ‘Sand Castles’ and more
In case you missed it, here’s a roundup of this week’s top news stories in Goshen:
- Methane explosion causes extensive damage to Goshen water treatment plant: Methane gas ignited at the wastewater treatment plant just one hour before employees arrived at work on Monday morning, March 24. No one was injured, but there was heavy damage to the site’s sludge thickener building and the nearby administrative offices.
- River Bend Film Festival adds second screening of ‘Sand Castles:’ If you missed out on getting tickets to the premiere of “Sand Castles,” a movie shot in Goshen, here’s a second chance. The film is debuting at the River Bend Film Festival in South Bend, and another screening has been added.
- Bomb threat investigation results with one in custody: The Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department has arrested a 25-year-old man in connection threats made to four local government offices.
- Green Day Frolic races, book signings, food part of First Fridays in April: Paint the town green at the upcoming First Fridays event on April 4. Entertainment, business promotions and activities for the event have been announced.
- LaCasa Inc. touts successes at annual meeting: LaCasa Inc., a Goshen-based community housing organization, has a busy year ahead of it with the expansion of Help-a-House, new developments and partnerships.
Follow Elkhart Truth reporter Angelle Barbazon on Twitter at @tweetangelle.