Saturday, October 25, 2014

This week's top 9 most read stories

This week’s most read stories include a Goshen College staffer who came out as a lesbian and a “Let it Go” parody video by Granger Community Church that’s gone viral.

Posted on May 25, 2014 at 12:45 p.m.

Goshen College staffer comes out as lesbian, resigns library job

Tabi Berkey, who worked in the college’s library, resigned Monday, May 19, and posted an open letter on Facebook explaining her decision.

LeDonne is accused of defrauding fiber-splicing firms

A federal grand jury has indicted an Elkhart business owner on charges that he defrauded customers who thought they were buying specialized vehicles for the fiber-optic splicing field.

Former HR manager says she was fired for refusing to hire illegal immigrants

Taimi Fernandez-Guillot is suing her former employer, Crane Composites Inc., claiming she was told not to question applicants' immigration statuses.

Granger Community Church's parody video goes viral

A “Let it Go” parody video hit more than 2.5 million views after a local worship leader performed at a Granger Community Church Mother’s Day service.

Friends, loved ones remember downtown Elkhart advocate Craig Fulmer

Fulmer is known for having helped spearhead the Lerner Theatre and other revitalization efforts. A friend says he quietly gave money to many causes.

Elkhart native out to change apartment hunting, living

Jonathan Eppers co-founded RadPad, a mobile application he hopes will revolutionize rental housing. He said he’s already turned down one acquisition offer that was “in the millions.”

One weekend changed everything for 4-year-old in constant pain

Adler Carris’ parents thought he would be in constant pain for the rest of his life, but a weekend at a hospital in Chicago changed everything for him.

Elkhart man arrested after fleeing sentencing on methamphetamine charges

An Indiana State Police trooper stopped to help a stranded motorist earlier this week and ended up catching an Elkhart man wanted on several felony charges.

Cubby Bear Pizza on Main Street in Elkhart opens doors for lunch

The new downtown pizza place is now open for business. Cubby Bear will also serve pasta, subs and fried chicken.

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