Around Town

A story with every accessory

October 19, 2017 Nicole Davis

Center Grove resident Amanda Sparks finds her passion in empowering women and helping others through Trades of Hope Amanda Sparks wasn’t looking to get into another direct sales company, but when she discovered Trades of […]

Around Town

“Knowledge is power.”

October 19, 2017 Nicole Davis

Perry Meridian’s fall musical Schoolhouse Rock Jr. will also be performed in local elementary schools Students have spent their last week during fall break to rehearse, design and perfect their fall musical, Schoolhouse Rock Jr., […]

Adam Staten

Weekly Movie Review: Happy Death Day

October 19, 2017 Adam Staten

Happy Death Day; terribly, horribly bad Every year, when the Halloween season returns, there are just some things that are inevitabilities. For instance, those cheesy haunted houses, professing to be the scariest in the state, […]

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Big health in small packages

October 19, 2017 Wendell Fowler

Responsible science encourages Americans to increase consumption of nuts and seeds. Not just for birds and squirrels, nuts and seeds are a big-time source of energy, protein, and Omega-3. And boy do we need it. […]

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Haunts & Jaunts: Gettysburg bound

October 12, 2017 Rick Hinton

   “The road to Gettysburg was littered with thousands of dead from both North and South. And the destruction of the reputations of commanding officers in both armies!”    It was somewhere along the rolling […]

Adam Staten

Weekly Movie Review: The LEDO Ninjago Movie

October 12, 2017 Adam Staten

The LEGO Ninjago Movie: Terribly disappointing If it ain’t broke don’t fix it. In no other industry is this saying more apparent than the entertainment field. Turn on the television and you’ll eventually run into […]