It is a great thing to be prepared!
Bob Auth said planning the annual Koh-Koh-Mah event this year felt a little like planning a funeral for his best friend.
Retired Senior Master Sgt. Dan DeAngulo didn’t feel shocked or numb or scared when he watched the Twin Towers fall. Instead, he felt a cold, calculating anger.
Evangelist Catherine L. Carson and I send our condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Bobby “Big Bob” Pettigrew. What a stellar gentleman and legend!
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. I encourage anyone having difficulty in embracing the gift of life to hold fast to your life and have faith in God.
Charles G. Wolf was a widower living in New York City in 2002, mourning the loss of his wife in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
HENRYVILLE — “There’s not time to not be sustainable. There’s not time to mess up the Earth,” Beth Boesche-Taylor said of the decision she and her husband made to make their farm as sustainable as possible.
From the west bank of the Old Kenneth Stone Quarry, 41-year-old Aaron Connell and his crew prepare for a dive that will put Connell in the top 10 for longest scuba dives in open fresh water.
The beginning of August brings with it the most pleasant summer temperatures. Early mornings arrive with an almost chilly air and I throw on a long-sleeve shirt before I step out the door for my morning dog walk. The coolness sweeps through the open windows of our house and everything feels a little cleaner, fresher, sharper. As the sun rises and throws its rays, the temperature climbs along with it. But the air is dry and clear and remains comfortable.
Area landlords say the moratorium on eviction put in place by Governor Eric Holcomb has created some headaches.
Because of the infrequency in time and location of total solar eclipses, scientists historically have had difficulty studying broad, controlled data collections on eclipse-related animal behavior. But with the advent of smartphone technology, researchers are looping in citizen scientists to help record the effects of solar eclipses.
This Week's Circulars
LINDA and JAMES MATTINGLY — A joint funeral service for married couple Linda Grace (Helm) Mattingly and James Vernon Mattingly was held Saturday at Ed Lee Mortuary, North Chapel, with Debbie Payne officiating. A private service is being planned for a later date.
- Memories from the WHS Class of 1971: Guitar man
- Cruizing again: 20th Century Chevy Cruiz-In and Carfest this weekend
- Loogootee names new police officer
- Cougars flatten Rock Creek
- Police Report
- Hatchets fall to Chargers 24-12
- Nation's largest tribe confirms most massive budget in history
- Time is up to get courthouse updated
- DC tops 4,000 COVID cases
- Workers who received unemployment benefits during the pandemic continue to feel fallout from UIA problems