The Grave Creek mound
The Grave Creek Adena burial mound in Moundsville, W.Va. is probably the most famous of the Adena burial mounds.
Thankful for small town life
Good grief, sometimes the world seems such an absurd place what with otherwise normal people doing truly stupid things just to get some publicity, undisciplined celebrities seemingly taking pleasure in how many times they go in and out of “rehab,” sports stars cheating in limitless ways and Joan Rivers ... doing whatever it is that she does.
A positive minute: Spiritual productivity
As we enter the third week of Lent, let us take heed of this week’s scripture readings, in particular the Gospel reading from Luke.
Roosevelt, Reagan, and You
The people crave leadership, yet they can turn against it quickly.
Indiana has an exceptionally rich archaeological heritage, thanks to the efforts of numerous dedicated professionals and amateur archaeologists alike.
Huston’s link to Decatur County
I’ve written before about movie producer, playwright, actor and your basically talented person John Huston living in Greensburg for a year.
Dead Sea Scrolls on display in Cincinnati
Irene Krieger said last week that they went to see the once-in-a-lifetime-exhibition of The Dead Sea Scrolls at the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History and were more than impressed with it.
Sequoyah’s writing system
They called him Sequoya, and he gave his people a gift that will endure forever.
Decatur County woman reveals story of domestic abuse
Ashley will never forget the day she finally left Johnny for good.
Arguing and arguing about gun control
Ordinarily, I let others weigh in on topics of the day.
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