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Everleigh Ray-Lynn Bussell, a daughter, born Aug. 1 at Witham Health Services, Lebanon, to Keith Bussell and Victoria Aldridge, Veedersburg. At birth, she weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces. She is the … more
Weeknight ease married to plump texture and briny sweetness. It’s why shrimp is one of our staple go-to dinner solutions. Simply stir-fry a few aromatics and spices until fragrant, toss in the … more
Dear Doctors: I saw on the evening news that some doctors in New York City actually cured rectal cancer with a new drug. My dad has rectal cancer, and when I asked his doctors about this drug, they … more
PHOENIX (AP) — It's been a slog of a year for Mark Melancon, a four-time All-Star who already has lost 10 games this season, which cost him his job as the primary closer for the Arizona … more

BUTHA-BUTHE, Lesotho (AP) — While millions across Europe sweat through a summer of record-breaking heat, they're skiing in Africa. Don't worry. This isn't another sign of climate change but … more
CHUBYNSKE, Ukraine (AP) — Natalia Popova has found a new purpose in life: Rescuing wild animals and pets from the devastation wrought by the war in Ukraine. “They are my life,” says the … more
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hundreds of hotel guests trapped by flash flooding at Death Valley National Park were able to drive out after crews cleared a pathway through rocks and mud, but roads damaged by … more
CANTON, Ohio (AP) — LeRoy Butler leaped into the Pro Football Hall of Fame with the same enthusiasm he celebrated big plays at Lambeau Field. The four-time All-Pro safety was the first of eight … more
Today’s column is about educational reform. It begins with a quote by former President Bush (the first), when he accepted his party’s nomination, in August of 1988. “Learning is … more

If everyone kept their word, attorneys might go out of business. A lawyer once told a client: “Let me give you my honest opinion.” The client responded, “No, no. I’m paying … more
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Library will present “The Mystery of the Darlington Bible,” from 1-3 p.m. Aug. 13. This is a free program that will focus on a 14th century medieval … more
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Invigorated as LSU coach Brian Kelly appears to be by his first year at the helm of a traditional Southeastern Conference power, he didn't downplay the relative uncertainty … more
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) — Someone fired shots Thursday at the Mall of America in suburban Minneapolis, sending shoppers running for cover, but police said they did not immediately find a … more
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian forces shelled a Ukrainian city close to Europe's biggest nuclear power plant Thursday, reinforcing warnings from the U.N. nuclear chief that the fighting around the … more

Cliff Branch was the epitome of what Al Davis coveted in a receiver during his decades running the Raiders. Branch arrived in Oakland with the game-breaking speed needed to fuel the Raiders' … more
The Crawfordsville District Public Library would like to invite our patrons to support the arts by being knowledgeable art advocates during American Artist Appreciation Month. Artists of the Americas … more
They all stood in a circle in the living room. Jesse suggested we sing Daddy’s song: “Oh, the Best is Yet to Come.” My heartbeat quickened as I waited for Grandma to pick up her … more
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Near-record amounts of seaweed are smothering Caribbean coasts from Puerto Rico to Barbados, killing fish and other wildlife, choking tourism and releasing stinky, … more

NEW YORK (AP) — To understand the impact of surging inflation on this year's back-to-school spending, look no further than children's rain boots with motifs like frogs and ladybugs made by … more
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