GOSHEN — A Bourbon man accused of causing his friend’s death in a 2015 crash is headed to trial eight months after a judge rejected his plea agreement.
NEW PARIS — The sun beamed down on dozens of residents in New Paris as they gathered for a Memorial Day ceremony to reflect, pause, remember and give thanks for patriots who paid the ultimate sacrifice to defend the freedoms all Americans enjoy.
ELKHART COUNTY - Elkhart County 4-H Fair fans can relax and breathe easier. There are still plenty of ways to the fairgrounds this year even with the variety of road improvement projects in Goshen.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana lawmakers approved the final version of Kirk’s Law, a measure spurred by a New Paris boy’s death that would create a registry of child-abuse perpetrators.
BENTON — Nearly half of all college students surveyed in a recent national study admitted to having little to no knowledge of how to create and maintain a budget, and more than 1 in 5 indicated they are “barely keeping up” with their day-to-day personal finances.
Some might find Emil Broni’s outlook on life to be a little dark, but for a man with more than 37 years of experience volunteering for emergency services of New Paris, his views on death and disaster actually come from a place of utter human compassion.
NEW PARIS — Sarah Kezar has been riding horses since she can remember. Her experience paired with her fearlessness and love of speed helped her become one of the top barrel racers in the state.
NEW PARIS — Sloan Childers of the New Paris Boy Scout Troop 12 earned the Eagle Scout rank last December. His Eagle Court of Honor ceremony was held on Jan. 11 at his church, Northside Baptist Church in Elkhart.
SOUTH BEND — A man who suffered serious injuries when a tree limb fell on him is making progress and is going through therapy. Now, his family is raising money to help pay for his medical and living expenses.
SOUTH BEND — A New Paris man is recovering from injuries suffered after a tree limb fell on him Saturday morning, Jan. 18.