Garbanzo beans

August 31, 2017 Nicole Davis

For many millennium, Garbanzo beans have been the most widely consumed legume in the world. Evidence suggests chickpeas were first cultivated in the Middle East around 7500 years BC. The popularity of chickpeas quickly spread […]

Around Town

Haunts & Jaunts: The Roads Hotel

August 24, 2017 Rick Hinton

The Roads Hotel    The Roads Hotel, located in Atlanta, Ind. (due north from Noblesville), stands firmly entrenched in the progression of the time and history of an Indiana farming community. It hasn’t changed! There […]


Summertime corn: antioxidant-Packed Trojan Horse

August 24, 2017 Wendell Fowler

Sweet and crunchy corn-on-the-cob defines Indiana summertime. One of summer’s simplest, purest, abundant pleasures bursts from God’s warm earth with flavor, antioxidants, and health-creating nutrition. Corn has been a significant part of the Americas since […]

Adam Staten

Weekly Movie Review: The Hitman’s Bodyguard

August 24, 2017 Adam Staten

The Hitman’s Bodyguard: unoriginal, unfunny and pretty unwatchable Work is an activity the majority of the population absolutely dreads. It can be monotonous, painfully dull and worst of all, we’re never compensated enough for the […]