Elkhart Truth Collection
The Arch was memorable, costly and criticized as a short-lived 1960s Main Street attraction.
A KKK grand dragon wielded great political power in 1920s Indiana. But one man made sure he knew he wasn't welcome in Elkhart.
The hotel never quite delivered on its promise, but it gave life to the city's biggest event.
A struggle for power over public health in Elkhart County eventually came to a messy end and forced a doctor's resignation.
Meet Al and Helen Free. They raised six kids, committed themselves to educating youth, served the community, and changed the world.
Role model, author, leader - Ben Barnes was a powerful and caring presence for Elkhart
At Christmastime in the midst of a different dark winter, Elkhart already had lost far too many souls. The weather was unseasonably warm. Main Street had no snow, but it […]
(Elkhart Public Library proudly supports “Legends of Michiana: The Martin Family” on WNIT-TV.) One of the most influential authors of the 20th Century, Norman Vincent Peale instructed generations to believe […]