Elkhart and Kosciusko Edition
Howard Terrell is not sure what inspired him to begin composing music at an early age. “I just felt compelled to create,” he said.
Even if he didn’t know it at the time, former Wakarusa Town Manager Tom Roeder was ready for a career change.
Linda Dempster of Bristol enjoys raising vegetables — in more ways than one.
Each month Senior Life will be printing a short story by Woodworth, which relates to days gone by. This is the first of two parts on the chapter titled “Beavers, Indian mounds and ‘eagles’” from the book “Growin’ Up Poor.”
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Most high school baseball coaches only dream of winning a state championship. Last year, Steve Stutsman, head baseball coach at Elkhart Central High School, lived it out when his team took home the Class 4A state champion title.
Pastor Carl Adams believes many people are looking for something different in their worship experience. He also believes he has something to offer that is unique to the community.
For those who believe in destiny, Rhonda Helser is living proof that it works.
Car racing became a family affair for Harold Gunkle of Leesburg.
Our must do list for Hamburg included a tour of the harbor. The cruise starts on the Elbe River and ventures out into the busy harbor with the first part of the trip along the shore line.
Warsaw resident John Bonitati was chosen Coach of the Year for Special Olympics Indiana Area 5 last fall.
Each month Senior Life will be printing a short story by Woodworth which relates to days gone by. This is the second of two parts on the chapter titled “Grandpas” from the book “Growin’ Up Poor.”
During the course of 11 days later this month, Leesburg resident Jeff Blair will walk 150 miles across northern Indiana, following the 1928 alignment of the historic Lincoln Highway.
In John Weaver's search for a Civil War letter following his grandmother's death, he was not prepared for what else he would find.
Local artist Jake Webster, Elkhart, likes to spend time in his studio creating one-of-a-kind sculptures and composing what he calls, “terrible poetry.”