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A pioneer in women’s athletics is honored

September 22, 2022 SST

By Todd Travis An early love for athletics and teaching Dr. Sue Willey was involved in athletics long before Title IX was around. She grew up in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where she developed a love […]

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The dawn of the zombie nouns

September 22, 2022 SST

By Curtis Honeycutt Is it too early to talk about zombies? Halloween is still about a month away, but Home Depot is selling creepy inflatable lawn creatures. In addition, Starbucks has its pumpkin spice latte […]

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Southside construction update

September 22, 2022 SST

Compiled by Nicole Davis I-69 Indianapolis: Retaining wall construction for the future I-69 overpasses has restricted Wicker Road to one lane only. Temporary traffic signals have been installed in the work zone to control two-way […]

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Top 10 things I learned repossessing cars

September 15, 2022 SST

By Torry Stiles (Dear readers – I have held a variety of jobs over the years. I’ve been a newspaper writer, a racing announcer, truck driver, bathtub maker and several other positions. One of my more […]

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Doubling down

September 15, 2022 SST

By Nicole Davis For the past six years, Dirk Cushing has biked an average of 600 miles in the month of September (previously June) for the Great Cycle Challenge, a fundraiser benefiting the Children’s Cancer […]

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Don’t let social media ruin your home sale

September 15, 2022 SST

By Dawn Whalen Whalen Realty Group at F.C. Tucker Company A few years ago we wrote a piece describing how social media posts can impact the buying or selling of a home. There’s been several […]

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Barbarian

September 15, 2022 SST

By Bradley Lane The trailer for Barbarian might be the best of the year. It is a textbook example of showing only enough footage to attract a crowd and not a second more. What was […]