Girl Scouts use their noodles to give back
Three Girl Scouts from troop 190 have put their noodles together to give back to the community through a spaghetti dinner.
The memories remain: A history of violence close to home
Ashley hasn’t made or eaten buttered potatoes since the day in the 1970s when her ex-husband knocked her unconscious over making them for dinner.
Decatur County woman reveals story of domestic abuse
Ashley will never forget the day she finally left Johnny for good.
Against the grain: Lowe’s celebrates 50 years
Just over a half century ago, Floyd and Elizabeth Lowe began what would become their shared life’s work and their enduring legacy: Lowe’s Pellets and Grain, Inc.
Decatur County plays part in national history
In celebration of Black History Month, local historian and author, William O. Smith, shared Decatur County’s participation in the Underground Railroad with the Daily News.
Fox practices the “Butler Way” through public service
When Mel Fox stepped away from politics last year, she’d experienced enough of the deep political divides and polarization that defines modern US government.
LVFD ready to usher in a new era
For Letts Volunteer Fire Department Chief Matt Morrow, tearing down the Letts Fire Department’s (LVFD) current building will be like saying goodbye to an old friend.
New Directions expects continued growth in 2013
New Directions Domestic Abuse Services Center completed a remodeling project on its building last year, and Executive Director Diane Moore was excited to provide the Daily News with a tour of the upgraded facilities Friday morning.
Local man of short stature conveys big message of heart and hope
At four-feet, seven-inches tall, Greensburg-Decatur County Animal Control Officer Mike Wenning has always been small.
Lost wedding band reunited with owner
When Joyce Werner lost her wedding band in 1973, she doubted she’d ever see it again.
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