Rosemary Schoettmer Reasner, Sharon VanOsdol Peden, Toni Mitchell Carlton, Kay Fogg Tate, Lois Lowe Bridges, Diane Curtis, Carolyn Reed McBride, Anna Jo Collins Patton, Joanne Bate Phillips, Marilyn Reed Burton
Bill Baylis, Betty Nieman Schneider, Phyllis Hardebeck Schwering, Norma Schroeder Reas, Rosalyn Feldman Doyle, Norma Harmon Lowe, Manuella Coy Brewer, Carolyn Thornburg Sparks, Mary Jane McKahan
Dan DeMoss, Bill Fisher, Londa Osborn O’Mara, Gene Brown, Carolyn Schwendenmann Brown, Jerry Taylor, Carl Hellmich, Katha Robbins Hellmich, Mary Ellen Kessler Green, June Ann Smith Cook, Neal McCarty, Paul Rudolph
Dick Shutters, Bill Logan, Bill Woodfill, Garry Lindboe, Mary Weisner Yoder, Norm Davis, Jackie Acra Lister, Mary Ann McLaughlin Beams
Jim Morris, Harold Kramer, Sandy Stegner, Jim Stier, Bob Baylis, Gary Hartwell, Bill Miller, Carlos Luken, Dennis Collins, Don Crawley
- Rural King to host ALS Benefit for local man GREENSBURG - Shane England was in the process of remodeling the home that he, his wife Gretchen and their four children share when he received a fearsome diagnosis- he had ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. ALS is a progressive neurod
- Animal sanctuary adding animals great and small GREENSBURG -- Be it a horse named Bill, a lion named Savannah, a cow name Five(O), or a kangaroo called Uluru, Jim Stapp loves them all. Stapp's not-for-profit animal sanctuary - Circle S Ranch - located on the outskirts of Greensburg, has
- Annual Shrimp Harvest brings family fun in the mud GREENSBURG - Saturday's sixth annual Wenning Shrimp Harvest was a mix of ample mud, fun in the sun, and soggy crustaceans being prepared for the dinner table. And if the laughter and smiles of the many mire-covered kids in attendance were a
- Batesville couple fosters military pups BATESVILLE -- When Bob and Joanne Schrimpf's dog was dying 18 months ago, "we just couldn't picture doing another 16-year commitment, but we were dog people, and knew we'd miss the walks and (sound of) nails on the floor." The Batesville w
- Alcatraz escape will benefit foundation BATESVILLE - Margaret Mary Health Foundation executive director Mary Dickey was floored when Caroline Storms told her she wanted to swim from Alcatraz Island across the bay to San Francisco to raise $10,000 for the nonprofit. Dickey recalls
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.
- "Faith," love and happiness
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.
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