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Dreams made possible

March 25, 2021 stsstimes

Uche Unogu, founder of Onyx Evangelist Association, continues to reach a worldwide audience even after travel comes to a halt By Nicole Davis If something goes wrong, what does it make possible? Uche Christian Unogu […]

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Forever a Hornet

March 25, 2021 stsstimes

Dr. Paul Kaiser, superintendent of Beech Grove City Schools, to retire March 31 By Nicole Davis In the 12 years that Dr. Paul Kaiser has served as superintendent of Beech Grove City Schools, the school […]

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Haunts & Jaunts: Do you have ghostly encounters?

March 25, 2021 stsstimes

Do you have ghostly encounters? By Rick Hinton     Approximately half of Americans participating in surveys claim to believe in ghosts, demons, hauntings and the supernatural world. That obviously doesn’t include those who choose to keep […]

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Athlete of the Month: Madelyn Bischoff

March 25, 2021 stsstimes

Roncalli’s Madelyn Bischoff fulfills dream of being Indiana All-Star By Mark Ambrogi For Roncalli High School senior Madelyn Bischoff, being named an Indiana All-Star is a great cap to her prep basketball career. “It’s always […]

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Grammar Guy: A discourse on cursing

March 25, 2021 stsstimes

By Curtis Honeycutt I’ve been contemplating a new parenting tactic: pre-emptively teaching my son bad words. Miles is seven, and he will someday know all the same expletives as I do. Because of this, I […]

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Weekly Movie Review: The Invisible Man

March 25, 2021 stsstimes

The Invisible Man: An overlooked horror gem of 2020 By Brad Lane Horror has always been home to female-driven stories or at least female protagonists. Classics of the genre like Halloween, Alien, or even Scream […]

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The old becomes new?

March 18, 2021 stsstimes

Owners of the historical Southport Masonic home, which has sat empty for decades, discuss its history and potential for its future By Rick Hinton Barry Browning, president of the Perry Township/ Southport Historical Society, has […]