Enthusiastic young readers excavated the sand box looking for dinosaur fossils during Tuesday’s “Dig Into Dinosaurs” event at the Greensburg Public Library.
Young readers “Dig Into Dinosaurs” at the library
Young readers in the library’s summer reading program gathered Tuesday morning and afternoon to “Dig Into Dinosaurs.”
- LEGOs are “go” at annual Robotics Camp
- Six year old donates 10 inches of hair to Locks of Love
- School Choice Indiana to hold voucher info meeting at library
- Pleak’s celebrates Father’s Day with flag program, cookout
- Young readers “Dig Into Dinosaurs” at the library
VIDEO: NSA director says 50 plots foiled
General Keith Alexander says two recently disclosed surveillance programs on international communications are critical in the terrorism fight.
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Pictured are the Pirate wrestlers who participated in the Iron Sharpens Iron camp in Iowa.
Pirate grapplers compete in Iowa
Fifteen Greensburg Pirate wrestlers competed last week at the Iron Sharpens Iron team wrestling camp in DeWitt, Iowa.
- Decatur County sports digest announcements for June 18
- Decatur County sports digest announcements for June 15
- Running clinic touts personal improvement
- Jackson wins gold, bronze in Pan-Am games
- Pirate grapplers compete in Iowa
Sheriff’s camp offers unique opportunities
Summer camp, in any of its forms, is often seen as its own sort of rite of passage for kids across America.
- Scooter’s week in the tree
- "Faith," love and happiness
- Congressman Luke Messer visits SDHS to honor art student
- Multi-war U.S. veteran pauses to remember on Memorial Day
- Sheriff’s camp offers unique opportunities