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It’s the time of year when we get outside and curse at weeds. Yes, it’s spring, which means I’ll be refusing garden gloves in favor of the feeling of dark, rich terra firma … more
Members of the Parke Heritage High School and Parke Heritage Middle School FFA chapters competed in the District VII Contest on April 1 at North Putnam High School. Placing first and advancing to … more
Dear Doctors: When my nephew was born last year, he had something the doctors called neonatal jaundice. It went away after a few weeks, and he seemed fine. Then the same thing happened when I had my … more
From the smallest boo-boo to something more serious, you probably would know the basic first aid to offer someone in need. But would the same answer be true if you encountered a family member, … more

Residents living in and around the Crawfordsville can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with screenings by Life Line … more
Emma, a 2-year-old toddler, sits face-to-face on her mother’s lap. Mother makes eye contact and smiles. Emma smiles back. Next, mother holds a kitchen towel, using it as a barrier between … more
Emma, a 2-year-old toddler, sits face-to-face on her mother’s lap. Mother makes eye contact and smiles. Emma smiles back. Next, mother holds a kitchen towel, using it as a barrier between … more
“I think Jesus wanted to ride the donkey so he wouldn’t hurt his feet,” says Mary Jane, 7. “His feet had just got washed by expensive perfume.” Mary of Bethany had … more

Supplements, do I need them? The answer is simple, probably not. If you have been following social media, you have certainly seen different companies pushing different vitamins and nutrients, … more
April is known nationally as Safe Haven month, a time to recognize safe alternatives to infant abandonment by promoting Safe Haven laws. The National Safe Haven Alliance announces that more than … more
Do you know how much you spend on a load of laundry? The water, energy and products you use in your routine can really add up and impact your bills and your carbon footprint. If you want to save some … more
It’s been a whole year since that most amazing day. Next to the notable day I married my best friend, the birth of our biological children and the adoption of Hosanna and Jesse stand as the … more
When you reflect back on the stories of your childhood that left deep impressions on you, what were those stories like? Tales of adventure or romance? Tales of magic? Like many others of a certain … more

David Long is the final speaker in the 2022 Men’s Lenten Breakfast Series. He will speak April 9 at the First United Methodist Church. Breakfast is served at 8 a.m. and the message begins at … more
If you have ever had laryngitis, you know how difficult it can be to express even the simplest idea. Fortunately, that experience is usually short-lived, and we can resume our normal conversations … more
It’s time for a little comfort, and here is a sweet fix. Pound cakes are the pleasing plain-Janes of desserts: figurative no-nonsense confections that provide a welcome pick-me-up without … more
You probably know about placeholder names even if you don’t know that’s what they’re called. That’s the whole point; whether you’re intentionally or unintentionally … more
A startling statistic was made clear Monday by Women’s Resource Center Site Coordinator Amy Klossner: Upwards of 85% of children’s car seats are not properly installed. Klossner and … more

Dear Doctors: I sometimes have trouble sleeping. I’ve tried running, which helps with stress, but not with sleep. My husband says he just heard on the news that weightlifting is supposed to be … more
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