No longer deserving?

Jul 16, 2018 by

Robert Victor Peters (Letters & Comments, June 4) sounds like a Mennonite we need in Indiana, one we are sorry to see leaving us. Maybe he has what it takes to lead our response to our government’s...

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Indiana Latinos, police pray together

Oct 26, 2015 by , and

ELKHART, Ind. — Gilberto Pérez Jr. didn’t like seeing a routine litany of run-ins between law enforcement officers and his Latino community in northern Indiana, so he did something about it. Speaking at a...

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Goshen restructures, cuts staff

May 26, 2014 by

GOSHEN, Ind. — Goshen College is reducing staff as part of a restructuring process that seeks to reduce costs, advance the college’s vision and enhance services for students. During an academic...

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Video translated into sign language

Feb 19, 2014 by and

HARRISONBURG, Va. and ELKHART, Ind. — Five Core Media, a video production firm in Goshen, Ind., has produced an American Sign Language version of Who Are the Mennonites?, a DVD/video produced by a...

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Portrait of a ‘sundown town’

Jan 20, 2014 by

In September 2013 the Goshen (Ind.) News published a letter I wrote in which I said that Marian Anderson, an internationally renowned African American singer, needed to stay at the Hotel Elkhart after...

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Brighter dawn

Jan 20, 2014 by

The term “sundown town” once applied to thousands of places throughout the U.S. where African-Americans weren’t welcome to live — or even to stay overnight. The fact that Goshen, Ind., was one of them...

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MCC leaders fasting for immigration reform

Sep 22, 2013 by and

Saulo Padilla is fasting for immigration reform. And the hunger he feels is familiar. A few years ago while living in Goshen, Ind., his daughters were threatened with deportation. For four days they waited...

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