Alex Munn, 9, left, and partner Caleb Wright, 8, both of Goshen try to leap to the finish line before Porter Revoir, 9, right, also of Goshen, during the three-legged race Wednesday as part of Kid’s Day at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair.

Kris Wiley, left, of Ft. Wayne, and Oren Keith, of Three Oaks, Mich. capture Lotus’s performance on their cell phones at the Goshen Theater Thursday night.

John Glom, Steve Howard and Dennis Pepper, of the Goshen Street Department change the break-away joint on a sign post on a traffic island at the intersection of US 33 and Indiana 15 Tuesday amongst busy traffic. The three said they have changed the joint three times in the last month whenever it gets taken out by a vehicle. Typically, the police or a citizen will call in to say the sign has been knocked down. If they can figure out who knocked it over, they will be sent a bill to pay for the replacement.

Northwood’s Derek Yoder looks to pass the ball to a teammate during the game against Westview Thursday.Bowen Funeral 03The funeral procession for Otis Bowen stopped the casket in front of the former governor’s home on Center Street in Bremen, Ind. Friday May 10, 2013. Bowen served as Indiana’s 44th governor from 1973-81. (Indiana AP Photo of the month winner)

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Troy Cutter, 10 looks over a barn fire at 58203 C.R. 117 Goshen Wednesday Oct. 22, 2014. Cutter said that his father is an Elkhart firefighter and saw the smoke while they were driving and came to see if he could help. Jefferson and Concord Township firefighters responded to the fire, which caused no injuries to humans or animals. Lt. Marty Simmons of Jefferson Township Fire Department said that the call for the fire came in at 4:06 p.m. and that the fire was out about an hour and a half later. According to Simmons the barn was used for storage and had four or five cars in it that were destroyed by the fire but not much else.

Rachel Stoltzfus, a Goshen College junior, leans on Regina Stoltzfus, a Goshen College professor, during a vigil outside the Science Building for James S. Miller, a professor who was murdered.

Fairfield’s Jared Larue takes part in the Class B high jump during the Goshen Relays at Goshen High School.

A Leo Jr./Sr. High School student carries flowers passed The Vietnam War Wall That Heals as it made a stop at the school.

Goshen Veterans Honor Guard members, from left, Mike Wheeler, Oriora Miller, Bill Whitehead and Charlie Stacy share a laugh before a funeral at Reith Rohrer Ehert Funeral Home in Goshen.

Jackie Simon, of Goshen, looks over her living room as she manages the process of moving out, after losing her housing voucher. She had just moved in two weeks prior, but due to budget shortfalls, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development pulled funding for the Goshen Housing Authority’s voucher program.

09082012 ND-Purdue 27Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eifert makes a catch as Purdue cornerback Josh Johnson tries to break the play up during the game Saturday at Notre Dame. Purdue linebacker Landon Feichter looks on. The play was called off for pass interference.

GN140222 PRO Goshen Theater 02The Goshen Theater is shown. The theater recently received a loan from the city for renovations and the team standing on stage are hoping that the space can be transformed back to its former glory. Shown are, front from left, Carrie Kendall, Laura Horst, Gina Leichty and Doug Risser. Back row, from left are, Jerry Peters, Brian Mast, Allan Kauffman and Geof Landis.

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Nathan Ownbey, of Danville, Ill. hugs his new fiancee Kari Stembel, of Goshen as people release red balloons. Ownbey proposed to Stembel after having friends pass out the balloons with cards attached that said he was going to propose to his girlfriend at 7 p.m. at the corner of Washington Street and Main Street. After he got on one knee and she said yes he let go of his balloon triggering everyone to release theirs.

GN140214 milford fire 06Two firefighters walk into the smoke from a fatal fire at an auto repair shop in Milford Thursday Feb. 13, 2014. Two people were killed in an apartment above the business.

Director of community development,  Mark Brinson, looks out a window in the former Hawks Furniture building in Goshen. Brinson is hoping to get the building renovated into apartments and business space.


One thought on “Portfolio

  1. I really loved looking over your portfolio. You’ve got some serious gems here, Sam! I have to say my favorite is the last one with the man looking out the window. Excellent!

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