Thursday, January 17, 2019

What’s in a name? Meet John Doe

The best thing about research of the unknown is, even if you don’t find an answer to the query, an abundance of interesting knowledge...

Many thanks for event’s success

Last year’s Bicentennial Holiday Celebration was such a great success (despite some sketchy weather) that the planning committee was encouraged to make Parlor City...

Gaining knowledge and tools you hope you don’t use

About 30 people were trained in using opioid overdose-reversing naloxone — often referred to as its trademark name of Narcan — Tuesday at Family...

Graduation requirement changes unnecessarily rushed

Earning a diploma will no longer be enough to graduate from Indiana’s high schools beginning in 2023 because of a complex and controversial plan...

Looking for other presents, I missed the best one of all

To this day, I can’t believe I missed it. On Christmas morning some years ago, preadolescent me dashed down the stairs from my bedroom and...

Trying my best to keep Scrooge in his place

It’s probably not a good thing to hear from your wife: “I really don’t like it when your inner Scrooge comes out.” The problem is,...

The weather outside is — indeed — frightful

It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas: I have icicles hanging off my nose and even my dogs have their own personal space...

Dahlia, a rescue mission

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere you go at Angelkeep. The Biblical story, the true meaning of the season, comes to focus....

A trip that the little ball player in me will never...

Some people know I played varsity golf on a successful team at Huntington North High School, where I graduated in 2009. But before that, I...

Taking a moment and thinking about Bethlehem

Last Thursday afternoon I was trudging up Main Street — with an uncooperative leg, every journey by foot requires trudging — following the Wells...