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Haunts & Jaunts: The paranormal enigma

November 9, 2017 Rick Hinton

Writer Friedrich Nietzsche offered a caution:  “Whoever battles with monsters had better see that it does not turn him into a monster. And if you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will gaze back […]

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Supporting those who serve

November 8, 2017 Nicole Davis

Greenwood VFW Post 5864 Commander Steve Milbourn shares of the post’s efforts to assist veterans in need across the Southside The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) isn’t like it was used to be. After WWII, […]

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Bringing craft to the coffeehouse

November 2, 2017 Nicole Davis

Stayton family roasts and serves coffee at Brickhouse Coffee Co. in Greenwood to grow community and support mission work The Stayton family has brought a new type of coffee-drinking experience to the Southside. It’s more […]

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Commemorating 175 years

November 2, 2017 Nicole Davis

St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Perry Township celebrates 175 years of heritage, tradition and worship When Pastor David Shadday came to St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, U.A.C., he quickly realized how the parish had […]

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Breaking policy

November 2, 2017 Nicole Davis

Beech Grove Police challenges the community to help raise funds for cancer awareness during No-Shave November It’s been 16 years since Beech Grove Deputy Police Chief Michael Maurice hasn’t had to pick up a razor […]

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Faith Right Now: True Life Stores

October 31, 2017 The Southside Times

From Buddhist to Baptist and Light Workers: It was 1969 and a naïve Indiana man in his early 20’s traveled to free-lovin’ and free-wheeling Boston where he began a life-endangering spiral of poor diet, Marlboros, […]