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INDIANAPOLIS – In one final plea before the Thanksgiving holiday, state leaders and health experts begged Hoosiers to stay home and reduce an anticipated surge of cases amid record-breaking hospitalizations and overwhelmed hospitals.

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INDIANAPOLIS — All but one of Indiana's counties are listed in the moderate and highest-risk categories of coronavirus spread as Wednesday's update from state health officials showed a 91% increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations since the beginning of November.

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana has nearly recorded its most COVID-19 deaths for a single month with a week remaining as health officials on Tuesday added 103 more deaths to the state’s pandemic toll.

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s hospitalizations for COVID-19 patients pushed to yet another new high over the weekend as health care leaders warn about hospitals around the state being overwhelmed by the ongoing surge in severe infections.

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With the surging number of COVID-19 cases in the community, Megan Kirk and her husband knew that, somehow, their family would be affected. But when it actually happened, “It hit like a freight train,” said Kirk, who with her husband, Monty, have four young children ages 2 to 8 - including twins.

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Kristen Rody hadn’t been feeling well for a while. She was tired, having stomach problems and always felt like she was full. She went in to see a gastrointestinal doctor for tests on Aug. 6. The next day, she went to get a CT scan. Later that day, while her husband, Eric Rody, was running errands, the doctor called her.

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GOSHEN — The new steps taken may be somewhat slow, but they are progressing in a journey by three Goshen men to erect a visible reminder of the city’s history with institutionalized racism. That history, they argue, must be acknowledged in order to forge a more welcoming and inclusive community in the present and future.

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NEW ALBANY — A handicap-accessible playground, a mobile unit to help with the response to COVID-19 and the continued efforts of local nonprofits to support those in need are among the causes receiving a financial boost from the Floyd County Legacy Foundation’s initial round of grants.

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Cree, Robert “Bob” G., 72, of Lucerne, a celebration of life will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020, at Gundrum Funeral Home & Crematory, with Pastor Kenneth Smith officiating. Burial will follow in the Zion Methodist Cemetery, Lucerne. Visitation will be held from 11 a.m. unt…

Bookwalter, Arlan E., 78, of Walton, graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. today at Walton IOOF Cemetery, with Pastor Doug Thomas officiating. Due to the COVID -19 pandemic, face masks are required if attending services. Murray Weaver Funeral Home in Galveston has been entrusted with arr…