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Ind. (AP) A northern Indiana high school is putting back up a wooden statue of an American Indian chief representing its "Redskins" mascot ahead of this weekend's graduation ceremony. Officials removed the statue from Goshen High School's gym last
Ind. (AP) Barrett Younghans is celebrating a special anniversary this week. Tuesday marked the one-year anniversary of Younghans receiving a heart transplant, just in time for Valentine's Day. "It seems like something that happened much longer ago,"
Ala. More than 20 students were taken to hospitals Friday morning after a school bus overturned in southeast Alabama . Pike County Schools Superintendent Mark Bazzell tells the Troy Messenger (http://bit.ly/zfdfQ7) none of the injuries appears to
The man, identified as Cesar Guzman, has been charged with armed robbery, criminal recklessness with a firearm, and possession of stolen property, police said. Guzman is in the Elkhart County Detention Center on a $500,000 bond, following his
The former Goshen High School Band Boosters treasurer who admitted to stealing more than $10,000 from the organization will have to wait longer to learn her sentence. Vincenta Barrios pleaded guilty last month to four counts of felony theft. Under
Goshen band program competes for national grant Boosters trying to recover after earlier monetary setback. The Goshen Band Boosters organization, which has raised money for music programs at Goshen High School for years, suffered a setback earlier
TV Reporter The Goshen Band Boosters organization has raised money for music programs at Goshen High School for years. But earlier this year, the treasurer of that organization was accused of stealing $10,000. Now, the Boosters are involved with a
Crews had a busy morning Wednesday when a 500 gallon propane tank leaked in Goshen. According to our reporter at the scene, a 500 gallon tank of propane spilled at the North Central Co-Op building on Logan Street, off of State Road 4, around 11:30 a.
The North Harrison Marching Cougars had their dreams of returning to the state finals of the Indiana State School Music Association's marching band competition dashed Saturday when they failed to advance from the Class C semi-state.
Penn High School's marching band, here playing in exhibition at the Kingsmen Carnival of Bands, will join other area bands in district competition this Saturday. Kingsmen Carnival of Bands Results Festival Class: Best Music: Riley Best Visual: