- Accident raises ice safety awareness GREENSBURG - The recent bout of wintry weather throughout southeastern Indiana and much of the country has resulted in several busy days for emergency responders. But an incident in the 1800 block of County Road 400 S. near Millhousen Monday may have
- Pope Francis named Person of the Year by TIME
- Peace through strength
- Study questions movie ratings
Greensburg senior Sean Sellers, shown earlier this season, buried a trio of 3-pointers on his way to 26 points in the Pirates' rout of Hauser Tuesday.
- Pirates dominate Hauser with balanced attack The Greensburg varsity basketball team improved to 4-0 on the season with a 96-38 road win over host Hauser Monday night. Just two nights after beating seventh-ranked Batesville by single digits, the Pirates hit the road again and scored 90 points fo
- Young receivers help as Hilton faces double-teams
- COUNTY DIGEST
- Greensburg championship DVD now available
- Pirate 8A boys split at home
Harvard study finds diet changes gut bacteria within a day
A change in diet quickly alters the types of bacteria living in the human gut, a finding that suggests this rapid adaptability to different foods can be used to control illnesses tied to stomach microbes, researchers said.
December 11, 2013
- Personal genetic tests face sharper scrutiny after 23andMe
- Minnesota college student survives night on porch in subzero temperatures
- Harvard study finds diet changes gut bacteria within a day
Jake and Billy are this week's adoptable pets at the Greensburg/Decatur County Animal Shelter. Both are friendly animals eagerly waiting for a permanent home. Contact the animal shelter for more information.
- Shelter Spotlight: Pets of the Week GREENSBURG - Another week brings more animals currently housed at the Greensburg/Decatur County Animal Shelter in need of loving permanent homes. Every pet adopted from the shelter is vaccinated, has been treated for parasites and is spayed or neuter
- Pet of the week feature returns
- Cheer Fund kicks off for 2013
- Ed Daihl chosen as district’s assistant principal of the year
- Local veteran recalls time in service