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March 25, 2017

  • Serving Indy’s Southside Since 1928

Where We Worship

Re-energized on the Word Virginia Ford enjoys long-time church environment Virginia Ford Virginia Ford, 81, has a long history with the Historic Grace Baptist Church. Her husband Raymond was the previous pastor. Knowing her husband could needed to retire, Grace Baptist merged with Maranatha Baptist Church. Pastor Rick Stone took over the congregation. “Being in the area we’re in, Fountain Square, the church was not reaching the amount...

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On campus

Jordyn Perry named to Illinois College Dean’s List Jordyn Perry, a sophomore from Greenwood, was named to Illinois College’s spring semester dean’s list. Perry is the daughter of Jeffrey and Trudy Perry of Greenwood. She is a graduate of Whiteland High School. Candidates for the dean’s list must complete at least 14 semester hours and post a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale. Local students participate in...

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In our schools

Roncalli celebrates success of AP program Fifty percent of the graduates in the Roncalli Class of 2012 scored a 3 or higher on at least one Advanced Placement (AP) test. State law now requires state universities to extend college credit to those students who score a 3 or higher on an AP test. This places Roncalli near the very top of all high schools in the state of Indiana. The school had 37 AP Scholars last year scoring a 3 or...

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Tasty treasures in the clearance aisle

By Clint Smith Impulse buys. When it comes to consumer compulsion—whether it be conversion to a “smart” phone, or giving in to that gotta-have-it gadget expertly positioned in the check-out lane—I typically have the wherewithal to stave off such temptation. But when it comes to the gotta-have-it compunction of gastronomy, I must admit that I am a rather impressionable culinary consumer. Take the centerpiece of this week’s dish:...

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Equal care for all

Thelma Hughbanks sits in the recliner in her private Medicaid suite in University Heights.   University Heights adds Medicaid suites for residents By Nicole Davis Thelma Hughbanks, 90, said that when she was transitioning to Medicaid, she needed to find a place to stay for long-term care that was closer to her daughter in Indianapolis. The staff at University Heights Health & Living Community stepped in, making the calls...

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