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Located near the Michigan border Goshen today is known for its manufacturing of recreational vehicles and being home to the second largest county fair in the country. Annually the city hosts the Goshen Air Show. Director Howard Hawks was born in Goshen. More recently the films Lonesome Jim was filmed in the city. The screenwriter of Lonesome Jim James Strouse is from Goshen. He has also written the John Cusack film Grace is Gone and The Winning Season starring Sam Rockwell.

Population: 31800
Local Newspapers: Goshen News
Local Sports Teams: Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Local Colleges: Goshen College

Zip Codes associated with goshen, indiana: 46526 46528
Towns/Cities near goshen, indiana : Elkhart Dunlap New Paris Millersburg Osceola Mishawaka Bristol Nappanee Syracuse Ligonier

Goshen News
Morton Marcus: How to transform poverty to affluence

"Tis the season to be jolly!" Sol Sunshine tells me. "Too often your weekly homily paints a dark picture of Indiana.

RV Industry Affected by Fire Extinguisher Recall

Two RV industry businesses in Indiana's Elkhart County are customers of a company recalling millions of fire extinguishers nationwide. The Goshen News reported that Kidde, a North Carolina-based manufacturer of fire safety products, issued the recall Nov. 2 for nearly 38 million fire extinguishers, including those sold with recreational vehicles, boats and commercial trucks.

Social work program nationally recognized

"I tell my students they are how I am changing the world," said Jeanne Liechty, director of Goshen College's social work program. She has high standards, and Goshen College is giving students a chance to meet them.

Tim Litwiller presents senior film show

On the evening of November 21, the lights of Umble dimmed to present the culmination of four years of work in Goshen's film department. As the capstone project for his major, Tim Litwiller invited the public to attend his senior film show.

Bystander shot by Indiana officer files excessive force suit

A lawsuit filed by a bystander who was shot by a northern Indiana police officer says he was left paralyzed from the waist down and was the victim of excessive force. The federal lawsuit from 68-year-old Fernando Cuevas against the city of Goshen claims he wasn't near the man whom officers where pursuing when one officer shot at him in a parking lot on April 5. Authorities say two other officers fatally shot 19-year-old Michael Alcaraz of Bristol when he brandished a shotgun after attempting multiple carjackings and leading officers on a chase.

Not true but kind of: Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is over, which means we're getting into the winter season, which for Goshen is always cold, boring and drawn-out, like my classmates' presentations that I have to sit through. Many people know the darker side of Columbus Day, but don't really pay attention to the darker side of Thanksgiving.

NoThanks-NoGiving Day

A nice day of pretending to be thankful right up until the moment you rush off to compete with other good ol' American consumers to buy things you don't need. Don't get me wrong, I too used to love the electric bustle of Black Friday shopping.

Latino Entrepreneurship Program focuses on collaboration, innovation

Gilberto Perez Jr. pulls three business cards from his shirt pocket: one for a tuxedo-rental store, another for a florist and the third for a ballet folkorico group. All are Latino-owned businesses located in Goshen.

Goshen community reacts to proposed ICE detention center

On C.R. 7, just outside Goshen, lays a property which has existed as farmland owned by Fir Properties LLC of Elkhart, up until now. However, this property could potentially become the location of a detention center for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

Goshen congregation surprises delivery driver with unbelievable tip

Grace Community Church Pastor Jim Brown hugs Ashley Wood after giving her a $3,700 tip. GOSHEN, Ind.

Richard Boling '78 Receives Lewis S. Armstrong Award for Contributions to Community

Richard C. Boling II, an opthamologist at Boling Vision Center and 1978 graduate of DePauw University, is the recipient of the Lewis S. Armstrong Award from the Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics at Indiana University South Bend. The award honors an individual from Elkhart County for outstanding business and civic contributions to the community.

Official: Prison company eyes site for ICE detention center

A northern Indiana county official says the nation's largest private prison operator is seeking land for a proposed detention center for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. Elkhart County Commissioner Mike Yoder says he learned of Nashville, Tennessee-based CoreCivic's plans earlier this fall and says it's interested in land adjacent to the Elkhart County landfill.

Goshen Redevelopment Considers New TIF Zone

A new tax increment finance district proposed for Dierdorff Road could draw from $20 million in new assessed value, the Goshen Redevelopment Commission heard Tuesday . The Elkhart Truth reported that the district, tentatively called the Dierdorff Economic Development Area, would include a proposed hotel to the north and proposed assisted living facility to the south.

'Turkeypalooza' continues a GC annual tradition

What happens when students are unable to go home for the Thanksgiving holiday, or are staying in Goshen but don't have any plans? This is a the question that Jason Samuel, professor and WGCS General Manager, along with his family, have answered by hosting a Thanksgiving meal open to any and all students. Samuel is entering his 14th year of hosting this meal, and the average number of guests has grown to over 30 people.

Students attend MCC Un seminar

At the 2017 MCC-UN Office Student Seminar this past October, speakers and students alike worked to grapple with such problems in the context of Central American immigration. Taking place October 26-28 in New York City, the conference worked under the title "Migration, Faith, and Action: An Exploration of the Central American Experience."

Bob Yoder takes position at AMBS

After many years of serving the Goshen College community, Bob Yoder, campus pastor, mentor and friend, will be stepping down from his position as campus pastor at the end of this semester. Yoder is leaving after working at Goshen for 14 years, having started in 2003 as assistant professor to youth ministry.

Goshen Resident Identification cards become available in Dec.

Monday's launch of GRID marked a culmination of significant effort by the Center for Healing & Hope and the Elkhart County HOPE network. The GRID card is available to everyone who lives in the city of Goshen, but will be of particular help to those who are unable to attain other forms of identification or documentation.

RV-Centric Goshen is '17 Ind. Community of Year

When customers had difficulty in navigating around road construction to get to Kercher's Sunrise Orchards, the Goshen, Ind., business community stepped in to help, according to a Goshen News report. First, Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman came up with an "apple challenge."

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