Hoosier soil on veterans’ graves
Butch Kennedy and his son Shane did something rather marvelous. When the two were going to Europe some years ago they dug up some Indiana earth from around his land at Smith’s Crossing and took it with them to Europe.
The post-war trials of WWI vets
It is appropriate to remember that the United States entered World War I 96 years ago this month, that the Civil War began 152 years ago this month, and that the Desert Storm Cease Fire was this month in 1991.
A positive minute: What a time
As I write these words this morning I am also listening to Boston police communications.
Kids’ Closet heroes
Today I’ll tell you about my grand adventure last week and expose some heroes you probably know, but before that - just a few more words about Fred E. “Skinny” Clemons who was born and raised in Greensburg and became famous in the race car news worldwide.
A good book at a good time
Rod Dreher’s latest book has arrived.
What’s in the Attic? Got a light?
Friction matches found favor with the public soon after they were invented by English chemist John Walker in 1826.
A positive minute: Spring is sprung
Every year as we approach Springtime, we begin to see outdoor projects beginning.
The end is near!
Doomsday prophecies are nothing new.
Something to brag about
Decatur County residents have more to brag about the tree growing on our Courthouse Tower.
Today I’ll share information about Fred Clemons, born in Greensburg Feb. 14, 1889, a famous man in the racing car business and Indianapolis 500.
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