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Anderson resident A’niyah Birdsong was crowned Miss Indiana at the Paramount Theatre and will represent compete in the Miss USA pageant later this year.

In a past column I related two nature legends. They were the Asian lady beetle and the timber rattlesnake. The lady beetles were said to have been imported to help control ticks. I wish this was true. The rattlesnakes were reported as being dropped from helicopters by either the Department of Nature Resources of the Hoosier National Forest. This also is not true. Let us look at some other outdoor legends.

Unfortunately, you don’t have to travel very far to see numerous abandoned barns. Ranked sixth in the nation for barns per square mile, Indiana lags in barn preservation efforts. The Indiana Barn Foundation recently held its annual meeting at Maplelawn Farmstead in Zionsville discussing the state of heritage barns and restoring and preserving this unique piece of our heritage.

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Two juvenile males have been arrested in connection with Friday's early morning shooting death of Chloe Carroll, 15, of Terre Haute. The names of the males have not been released, but Vigo County Prosecutor Terry Modesitt said he has requested a 15-y

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Spreading mulch, painting, sorting clothes — a variety of chores that take time and people-power — spruced up communities during the Serve The Valley Event sponsored by United Way of the Wabash Valley.

Facebook releases new features and tools all the time. Many of these releases go under the radar, especially minor tweaks that don’t affect marketers (or consumers) much. However, when you are using Facebook for business marketing it is important to track major updates closely so you aren’t left behind.

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