Goshen News editors see progress in fostering a dialogue that, despite some palpable tension, will help diverse groups of people better understand their points of view.
After obstacles facing similar Maple City Health Care Center programs came to light, a Goshen College student launched Martha’s Gift, a program that lets patients create items that will help the community in exchange for credit on their medical bills.
As a copy editor at The New York Times, Duane Stoltzfus seemingly had it all for a young man.
Goshen College men’s basketball coach Neal Young overcame a battle with lymphoma and is cancer-free.
Callie and Arron Patrick balance coaching careers, marriage
Keith Graber-Miller, professor of Bible, religion and philosophy, comments on how normalizing relations with Cuba will affect students.
Keith Graber-Miller, professor of Bible, religion and philosophy and a small business owner in Goshen, reflects on how rerouting U.S.-33 will affect his business.
Many Indiana schools -1,300 of them – got hefty bonuses from Governor Mike Pence. Goshen College education department’s Kathy Meyer Reimer and Suzanne Ehst talk about how that affects schools and teachers.