Veteran's Day part of Greensburg woman's family legacy
Kalyn Scheidler doesn’t expect a parade for her birthday, but she always gets one anyway.
Decatur County natives express their RAW talent
Catie Farrell and Deidra McKenzie showcased their photography at the nationwide RAW art show in Indianapolis Thursday night.
Tail-Waggin’ Tutor makes library appearance
Nelson, a seven-year-old Old English Sheep Dog known as a “Tail-Waggin’ Tutor,” likes reading — especially when kids do the honors.
Hopeless Hollow to provide haunting performances
Previously known as the “Haunted Woods,” Greensburg’s Hopeless Hollow Haunted Trail will be running every Saturday in October.
Ride of a lifetime
Cal Fire engineer John Byrne left California’s historic Golden Gate bridge Sept. 9 for New York not fully knowing what to expect from the roads that lay ahead of him.
NDHS plants trees in memorial of two former students
Keshia Boyce and Becca Wessel never knew each other, but Tuesday morning, outside the main entrance of North Decatur High School (NDHS), the two girls were forever joined in the hearts and memories of those who knew and loved them.
Clarksburg WWII Veteran flies with honor
Clarksburg's Charles Ruble, 91, was invited to partake in the Honor Flight Sept. 25.
More on Garwood and the late '60s
Last week's column ended with Lyndon Johnson, President; Robert McNamara, Secretary of Defense; and Robert Kennedy, U.S. Senator from New York.
Southern Exposure: News from "the south side"
She's baaack! Nobody was as happy as I was when Abby from the Daily News left me a message and asked me if I might be interested in writing my column again.
International Night, Australia and more
I hope you were able to attend our International Night last week. In case you didn't, I hope someone can tell you about it.
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