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The Indianapolis Poltergeist: Conclusion

December 17, 2018 swan

By Rick Hinton When Renate Beck moved her mother and daughter into a house on North Delaware Street in 1962, I’m sure she anticipated a few glitches along the way. There’s always painting, plumbing or […]

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‘We Before Me’

December 17, 2018 swan

By Nancy Price Matt English was an athletic director, a husband, a father and a friend. Those who knew him remember him as a leader, a mentor, a role model and a father figure to […]

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The Natural

December 17, 2018 swan

By Stephanie Dolan A great athlete is many things. Sure, he – or she – plays their game to the best of their ability. But there’s more to it. Athletes are often revered. People look […]

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‘Tis the season

December 12, 2018 swan

By Stephanie Dolan For many of us, Christmastime is all about magic. That magic has a lot to do with giving – giving to friends, giving to family and also giving to strangers. It’s the […]

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The Indianapolis Poltergeist: Part I

December 12, 2018 swan

By Rick Hinton They say there’s more than corn in Indiana. I find that to be true. There’s diversity everywhere you look, city or statewide: whether it be industry, civic developments, sports or just plain […]

IN OUR SCHOOLS

Perry Township Schools earn national award

November 21, 2018 swan

When Lowell Milken, chairman and founder of the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET), took the floor to honor Perry Township Schools in Indiana with NIET’s first-ever National Award of Excellence for Educator Effectiveness, […]

IN OUR SCHOOLS

Perry Township Schools receive drug-prevention grant

November 21, 2018 swan

Perry Township Schools is honored to be a recipient of grant funding from the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation to help prevent students’ substance use and improve their social and emotional well-being. Of the Foundation’s 24 […]