I was standing in the checkout line at the grocery store. There was an older man and little boy in front of me, and the little boy was chatting a mile a minute. The older man was smiling, nodding his head and not talking much.
Thanks to local support for Rotary gift basket
The World War II battle that would eventually be referred to as the Battle of the Bulge was especially lethal for our Brown County Boys.
Now more than ever, it is imperative to prevent unwanted, unintended pregnancies. Considering Indiana’s new abortion statute, women should have increased access to birth control measures.
Kirlin blessed by community in difficult time
EDITOR’S NOTE: This column by Brown County Schools Superintendent Emily Tracy was first presented in her speech at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Eagle Manufacturing on April 12.
While the president’s budget details a plan to honor our country’s sacred obligation to care for America’s veterans, their families, caregivers, and survivors, the proposal to cut a broad range of critical programs by 22% would threaten critical services for veterans — both at VA and across the federal government.
The nymph ticks are coming out from hiding and they are hungry!
Can you read this? “Hab SoSlI Otch!”
Several years ago, I finished a nice meal at one of my favorite restaurants and settled up with the waitress, someone new to the place.