Marion community mournsBy Cassidy Grom and Becca Robb | Echo Last night at 8:30 p.m., Marion residents gathered in Matter Park to mourn the loss of 16-year-old Reamey Bell. Her cousin, stepmother, and other family members lit tall red candles and walked toward the gathering of friends and family. The […]
Crash claims lives of three Manchester University studentsBy Natalie Nohr | Echo Early Sunday morning, seven students finished a visit with friends from Taylor and Ball State, then headed back home to Manchester University. Three of those students never made it to Manchester’s campus. According to Director of Media Relations […]
Teams packed into the KSAC SaturdayBy Cassidy Grom | Echo Squeak, squeak, swish. The sounds of vigorous games of basketball reverberated off the walls of the KSAC on Saturday. Flashes of red, black and blue jerseys wove around stationary volunteers clad in neon orange t-shirts. It was the day of […]
Suspect in custody this WednesdayBy Cassidy Grom | Echo Wednesday, police arrested a man accused of robbing three central Indiana banks. On Monday, Jason Garmon, a 36-year-old Hartford City resident, allegedly robbed Citizen’s State Bank in Dunkirk, about a 25-minute drive from Taylor. Police believe that Garmon is also associated […]
9,600 square-foot space to be razed in the springBy Cassidy Grom | Echo Factory. Car dealership. Gas station. Electronics manufacturer. Taylor now is in possession of a building that was reportedly all these things. And it’s about to change hands again. In June 2013, Taylor University purchased the dilapidated building that […]
Community ministry no longer serving thousands of Thanksgiving mealsBy Cassidy Grom | Echo This year is the first in thirty years that cars won’t roll out from the old West School with the scent of turkey, noodles and gravy clinging to the clothes of volunteer drivers. Despite 30 years of diligent […]
Twenty-eight thousand chickens almost move in across the street from EastbrookBy Cassidy Grom | Echo Pencil shavings, sweaty gym socks and half-baked pizza are all typical smells in high school. The aroma of twenty-eight thousand chickens was almost added to that concoction for Eastbrook Junior/ Senior High School students. This week, […]
New faces run for office and revitalization plan wins award By Cassidy Grom | Echo Yard signs dot Main Street in Upland, but they aren’t advertising rummage sales or free kittens. Ivanhoes’ 25-year-old manager Heath Slain is running for a spot on Upland town council. Instead of a mayor, a […]
Whether you’re a local or just a college student staying for the summer, Grant County and its neighbors host a plethora of entertaining festivals and events celebrating Indiana, their towns and the great season of summer.
Emily Stadt, Jason Koh, Erica Gleason, Celeste Harris and Beth Hicks come from different places and have had different experiences while at Taylor, but all five can agree that MAHE is the next best step in the direction God is taking them.