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Getting physical: Winamac students, teacher explore high-voltage physics
WINAMAC -- Cierra Schmicker wasn't sure she wanted to touch the VanDerGraff generator sitting by the classroom sink. She'd just watch the machine -- a metal contraption in the shape of an oversized popsicle -- shoot shocks of electricity into other i
- New law changes penalties for outdoor recreation rules violations INDIANAPOLIS - Patrons of the B-52 Pik-Up convenience store and tackle shop near the popular state-owned Brookville Lake may welcome news that tough penalties for violating some outdoor recreation rules are going away. Some crimes - such as sounding
- Police blotter: April 10, 2014 Have a tip? Anyone with information on a crime is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS. Information leading to an arrest or conviction could lead to a reward of up to $1,000.
- Celebrating the Arts set for Saturday in Winamac The arts are alive and well in Winamac, and Psi Iota Xi is on a mission to prove it. The sorority's annual Celebrating the Arts event will be a showcase for the talents of the community, said Leeann Wright, sorority member and event chairwoman. "This
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- Historically singing: Pioneer's 'South Pacific' showing this weekend ROYAL CENTER -- Two directors' reverence for their veteran forebears passed on through education to their young performers comes to life onstage this weekend in Pioneer Theatre's spring musical. "South Pacific," with music composed by Richard Rodgers
- Columbia eighth-graders get dose of reality When Columbia Middle School eighth-grader Emily Ritter arrived at class Wednesday morning, she became a 28-year-old business owner making $35,000 a year with three kids. Suddenly she was responsible for balancing a budget around childcare and groceri
- Boy still hospitalized after crash WALTON — A 12-year-old boy is still hospitalized after an all-terrain vehicle crash Sunday. Galveston Elementary student Kohle Wildrick was flown to Riley Hospital for Children after a crash Sunday afternoon along 200 North at Ind. 218. He and four o
- Police blotter: April 9, 2014 Have a tip? Anyone with information on a crime is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS. Information leading to an arrest or conviction could lead to a reward of up to $1,000.
- Blind athlete speaks at Lewis Cass, encourages positivity The speaker at Lewis Cass Jr./Sr. High School Tuesday told students he couldn't remember what his parents look like. He has never seen his wife or children. Craig MacFarlane's blindness prevents him from doing a lot of things, but it hasn't prevented
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