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Lachlan Riley Allen, a son, born May 18 at Carmel, to Morgan Hocking and Samuel Allen, Indianapolis. At birth, he weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces and measured 21 1/4 inches. Maternal grandmother is … more
“God lets us sin because Adam sinned, so we will die,” says Ben, age 10. “If he didn’t sin, we would live forever. But Adam listened to Eve, so that’s it.” So … more
Hello parents. Today’s column was written for you. It begins with three family stories, each used to illustrate how parenting power can be increased, so that parental authority at home can be … more
The upcoming long holiday weekend has us all ready to start summer activities. Schools are out and activities like camping, hiking, swimming, camping, bonfires are calling our names. Along with the … more

Greetings to all readers and “readers to be”! CDPL’s Summer Reading Program for Youth and Adults started Monday, and this year we are test driving a new reading platform called … more
The Alamo Alumni Association will have its 96th annual banquet June 4 at the community room (fire department). Guests are invited at 5 p.m. for appetizers and the meal at 6 p.m. Cost is $14 per … more
The Crawfordsville Kiwanis Club recently awarded $1,250 scholarships to three students from area high schools. In the last 22 years the Crawfordsville Kiwanis Club has provided almost $75,000 in … more
Third Trimester Grade 3 — Ava Bartlett, Skyler Bolgren, Annie Brock, Hunter Burge, Drake Elliott, Matthew Hunsberger, Ada Bonwell, Rebekkah Browning, Jayce Burkart, Liam Hall, Gunner … more
For more than a decade Athens Arts has enriched the community by displaying the work of local artists, hosting nationwide and regional art shows and featuring individual guest artists’ … more

WEST LAFAYETTE — Home canners are encouraged to join Purdue Extension for the Mastering Home Food Preservation training this summer at Purdue University. Instructors will teach USDA home food … more
The Montgomery County Historical Society is planning a fall trip to Mackinac Island, Michigan, including stops at Frankenmuth and the Upper Peninsula. The five-day, four-night trip is slated for … more
LINDEN — The Linden Public Library is ready to kick off its Summer Reading Program with the theme of “Oceans of Possibility.” The library will offer various ocean-themed … more
There are times when you simply need a light and healthy timeout. When the weather is hot and cooking is out of the question, or if you’ve been overindulging in meaty protein since the onset of … more
Carson James Richards, a son, born at 4:20 p.m. March 27 at Franciscan Health Lafayette East, Lafayette, to Chad and Ashley (Olson) Richards, Crawfordsville. At birth, he weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces … more

I find myself sitting here between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, not knowing who to apologize for the card being late. While I like to blame the postal service, the reality is that I … more
Dear Doctors: Can you help with a debate my wife and I are having about good balance? I say it’s about staying strong and flexible. She thinks it has to do with your inner ear. We’re … more
Living a long, healthy life means staying hungry. Maxine Booker, who turns 100 on Sunday, said staying hungry will not only help one avoid physical disparity, but will help one stay focused on … more
Sin is “a bad habit” that “just comes naturally,” say Leslie and Emily, both age 12. Sin is more than a bad habit, and it didn’t always come naturally. It’s a … more
Children do not choose their families, they are just born into them. The chance that a child will end up in a healthy family — kind, loving, stable — is the same as buying a lucky lotto … more

The sun is shining, kids are about to be out of school and it is time to gear up for fun in the summer sun. It is common for many adults to become less active as they age. But regular physical … more
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