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There is something intrinsically gratifying about a hearty grain salad. Fresh and chewy, brimming with greens and chopped vegetables, it’s nutritious, versatile and satisfying. This bulgur … more
When you think about the color purple, what comes to mind? Probably the movie “The Color Purple.” That makes sense. Beyond that, you might think of Prince’s “Purple … more
As we celebrate 10 years of nonprofit service to our community, Dusk to Dawn Bereavement Services is offering a series of interactive small group experiences. In each of these groups, participants … more
May brings so many wonderful things to this community. Flowers and trees are bursting with excitement after the long gray winter. Wabash College completes its term and graduation arrives. Public … more

New research shows that babies born to opioid users have shorter hospital stays when care includes more parent involvement and a quieter environment. These babies can have withdrawal symptoms because … more
Students and administrators in one New York school district are wrestling with how to respond to the state’s newly approved ban on the use of Native American-themed logos and names. Salamanca … more
With congregations dwindling and villages emptying out, maintaining hundreds of historic adobe churches – made with mud and straw centuries ago – is a daunting challenge across rural New Mexico. … more
I know I get in the bad habit of thinking lawns are forever. They can be, with some work and maintenance. But honestly, even with all the proper practices, pests, weeds, and diseases can take over … more
Dear Doctors: My wife and I both had COVID-19. I recovered, but my wife kept feeling sick. We worried it might be long COVID. But when she saw her doctor, she got diagnosed with walking pneumonia. … more

“Jesus is on top of my ship. We are going to go to heaven,” says John, 5. Yes, Jesus is the captain of our salvation. Apart from him, we are ships in a storm headed for the rocks. A … more
The local nonprofit organization Humans United for Equality will host a Montgomery County Family Fun event 1-4 p.m. May 7 at Pike Place. Hoosier Ice Queen will be on hand to sell shaved ice, and … more
The April meeting of the Montgomery County Retired Teachers Association started with the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag and an invocation was given by Sheila Hodges. President Kim Nixon introduced … more
Editor’s Note: Gloria Yoder is taking a week off during a busy spring as the school year begins to wind down and the garden season is about to begin. So we are sharing some delicious spring and … more
Community-based environmental science, also called citizen science, relies on public input through volunteer action, to collect data in order to enact change in environmental aspects, including … more

For the second year in a row, Parke Heritage High School senior Grant Thompson achieved first place at the Regional Automotive Skills competition put on by Ivy Tech of Terre Haute held April 20. He … more
I’ve written before about mondegreens — music lyrics people mishear. Many of you mistake Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer” line as “Hold me closer, Tony Danza.” … more
Carrots deserve our attention. They are more than just a ubiquitous vegetable you hope your kids will eat. Sure, these colorful roots are a blast of nutrients and naturally sweet. They’re a … more
Everleigh Rose Genrich, a daughter, born April 17 at Witham Health Services, Lebanon, to Brooklyn Genrich, Lebanon. At birth, she weighed 5 pounds, 15 ounces. She is the first child for … more
Madilynn Kae Knee, a daughter, born April 21 at Witham Health Services, Lebanon, to Marissa (Morman) and Kevin Knee Jr., Crawfordsville. At birth, she weighed 9 pounds, 2 ounces. She is the … more

Today’s story begins with three panic-stricken parents: Parent 1: “Doctor, my 18-year-old daughter left for Art School today -— Juilliard — to study ballet. Know what … more
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