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GREENSBURG – On Tuesday, January 11, the Decatur County Communication Center received a 9-1-1 call in reference to a male that was cutting a t…

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While I featured Indiana’s largest springs in a past column, there is another much smaller variety of spring that is also of interest. These are the seep springs. This is what is also known as an intermittent spring that only flows when there is enough ground water to allow it to reach the surface. Many of these smaller springs usually only create small pools of water that will probably dry up during the hot days of summer. Some also only leave a wet spot in a field or area where they issue above ground.

In a past column I related one of the reasons a marsh differs from a swamp. A marsh usually has soft-stemmed plants while a swamp has harder-stemmed plants. Also most of the pre-settlement marshes were in northern Indiana while many of the larger swamps were in southwestern Indiana.

DECATUR COUNTY — Woodsmith and carpenter John Derheimer is one of the few artists who work for commission in the Decatur County area, and when…

I became discouraged last week about all the aspects of my life which seemed to be out of control, my control. I felt that I was never allowed…

VERSAILLES – During the month of November, we pay tribute to indigenous people. It is a time to recognize the different indigenous cultures, t…