Greensburg — Ryan Martin, son of Dr. Hank and Sue Martin, recently had an Eagle Scout ceremony at St. Mary's Catholic Church. This is a family story that spans 20 years. Ryan's brothers are also Eagle Scouts. Ryan is pictured in front wearing a blue scarf; his parents are directly behind him. Dr. Ron Woods and Bob White, fellow Eagle Scouts, are also in the photo, along with Ryan's brother and other family members who are also Eagle Scouts.
WW II veteran recalls time in service
Last week William A. “Bill” Smith of Clarksburg let me hold his Purple Heart and his Bronze Star. He let me try on a WW II steel helmet liner and then the actual steel helmet.
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
Brothers Scooter and Pokey brought a whole neighborhood together as nothing else had done.
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Congressman Luke Messer visits SDHS to honor art student
Congressman Luke Messer visited South Decatur High School (SDHS) Thursday morning to honor freshman student Jessica Hearld for her winning entry in the Congressional Art Competition.
Multi-war U.S. veteran pauses to remember on Memorial Day
Cleo Harford has served his country in three major wars.
Relay for Life team spotlight: The McCullough Clan
Hundreds of Greensburg residents have walked in the Relay for Life in the 15 years since it began in Decatur County, and most residents at least know what it is, but what isn’t always known is what motivates each team.
North Decatur Elementary student, aunt donate to Locks of Love.
Nine-year-old Anna Burkhart has spent the last year growing out her hair for a very special purpose.
Skybird residents give boost to Meals on Wheels
Residents of Skybird Manor Apartments received a lunchtime treat Friday, courtesy of Greensburg’s Meals on Wheels.
Local survivors re-join the battle against breast cancer
The Pink Ribbon Connection of Indiana held a training session for would-be Breast Cancer Peer Counselors Wednesday night at Decatur County Memorial Hospital.
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