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Yvonne Estelle Tidd

Yvonne Estelle Tidd, age 88, of Westfield, Indiana, formerly of Nashville, passed away Friday morning, Jan. 27, 2023 at her home with her daughters...

William George Boyle

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Richard E. ‘Rick’ Harris

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Scoreboard, Jan. 21-24

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‘SHOWING HEART’: Boys, girls varsity teams face off against North Putnam at homecoming game

The Brown County High School boys and girls varsity basketball teams split their home conference games with North Putnam High School this weekend on Jan. 21.

Scoreboard for week of Jan. 24

Parks and rec adult basketball league

Sports calendar for week of Jan. 24

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Dr. Richard Feldman: Time for Indiana to legalize marijuana

Although marijuana has medical benefits, it is certainly not a harmless drug, especially for adolescents who can suffer long-term adverse consequences.

EAGLE CORNER: Program helps students discover their path

As part of the Brown County Schools commitment to career-connected learning, Brown County elementary students are beginning the process of career exploration.

Brian Shockney: General Assembly health care proposals, unintended consequences

There are a series of legislative proposals in the Indiana Senate and House of Representatives to address healthcare costs. These proposals are driven by special interests and will not achieve the desired outcome and could actually lead to higher costs for Hoosiers.

LETTER: Thanks to Christmas Committee for season’s support

Thanks to community from Christmas committee

Jennifer Heller: Food safety for highly sensitive populations

In this article I’m going to get into the reasons why food safety is more important to certain individuals.

Lee Hamilton: A lawmaker’s toughest job

As Congress and many state legislatures get under way for the year, there are lots of new lawmakers out there starting to learn the ropes. It’s an exhilarating, exhausting time, and they’ll have plenty of questions about the challenges. But here’s one thing they might not even have imagined: The hardest part of their new jobs may be the most basic — casting a vote on legislation.

Fine Print: Jail bookings, Jan. 26-27

(All persons are presumed innocent of these preliminary charges pending court decision. The arresting officer’s name appear in parenthesis.)