INDIANA — Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry would like to remind ALL hunters and landowners about our deer donation program! After you’ve filled your freezer, please help us to feed those in need in your area by donating to Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry’s “Meat” the Need initiative.
KENTLAND — The Kentland Rotary Club met last Tuesday for lunchto celebrate the positive response the club received from the Kentland community and surrounding area. The Kentland Rotary Club served a pancake breakfast on Saturday, November 9, 2019. The South Newton Interact Club and their sch…
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KENTLAND — Kentland Police officials are investigating a pair of reports of forced entry into vehicles that occurred November 13.
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COVINGTON — It was a tough opening night for the South Newton Lady Rebels as they finished with more turnovers than points in a 48-19 loss to Covington Nov. 15.
MOROCCO — The North Newton Lady Spartans were ready from tip-off to the final seconds ticking off the clock. The Lady Spartans came into the game against River Forest 0-2 however that streak w…
South Newton senior Leah Schriner was named to the Indiana High School Volleyball Coaches Association (IHSVCA) 1A All District Team for the North Central District.
MOROCCO — The North Newton Lady Spartans opened the season this past week with two tough games against much bigger schools, Kankakee Valley and Lowell.
MOROCCO — Vicki Carlson started off just wanting to have a small garden shop near her home in Morocco. Nearly a year later and the Trumpet Vine is a successful garden and gift shop featuring the talents of 32 local artists.
KENTLAND — After 52 years in business, Dave Smart is retiring and Home Furnishings in Kentland will be having huge sales through the end of the year.
INDIANAPOLIS — Going into the FFA National Convention, South Newton sophomore Alex Kindig just wanted to be a good representation of his school, his FFA chapter, and his state. He did much more than that, as he was First Runner-up at the National FFA Creed Speaking Leadership Development Event.
INDIANAPOLIS — Paige Allen was recently selected to receive the Honorary American FFA Degree.
As part of ongoing efforts to support 4-H youth nationwide, Tractor Supply Company customers and team members raised $967,681 for the National 4-H Council during this year’s Fall Paper Clover …
Actually, the title would be better, but longer, if I wrote, “Can Three Rs Save Hunting, Fishing, Trapping and Other Traditional Outdoor Activities?” Based both on the sales of licenses for activities, which requires a license and other polls, either expressed as actual numbers or as a perce…
When mid-November rolls around, white tailed deer start thinking about breeding and the antlers on the bucks are all about breeding. When mid-November rolls around white tailed deer hunters start thinking about antlers as well, though for different reasons. When it comes to deer antlers, the…
A good building starts with a good foundation and being comfortable during the hunting season does too. For hunters, the foundation has two parts, first, the layer of clothes next to the skin is important and the subject for another column. This foundation can be summed up as ABC which means…
CROWN POINT, Ind., Nov. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- John H. Davis, Esq. is being recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Lifetime Achiever for his outstanding contributions in the field of Law and work as Owner, Founder, and Administrator of his private practice - John H. Davis Attorney at Law.
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) will announce its financial guidance for 2020 on Tuesday, December 17, 2019. Lilly will also conduct a conference call on that day with the investment community and media to further detail the company's financial guidance.
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Knowledge Services is pleased to announce an expansion to their management team with the hiring of Leah McGrath as Vice President of Public Affairs, a newly formed position.
In continuing to bring our readers new and interesting information about your friends and neighbors, we are presenting our “What’s Your Story” series. This is a Q & A panel of 20 questions that we ask Randolph County Residents. The information is fun facts and good advice from them on various topics. We are interested in seeing what we can learn about our readers in 20 questions! Hope you enjoy!
Have you ever had a credit or debit card transaction declined for insufficient funds when you thought you had money in your account? You may have a credit or debit card "hold," reserving funds that you haven't spent.
Merchants and service providers set a credit or debit hold on a purchase when the total isn't known at the time the card is run, and the item or service can't be reasonably returned (for example, a tank of gas or a hotel stay). Holds are a cushion to cover possible final purchase amounts.
Consider pay-at-the-pump gas stations. When you swipe your card, the merchant can't know if you're filling a tank or just topping off – or how much gas your car holds. You may only have enough available credit for a few gallons but could fill the tank once the card is approved.
With a credit hold, station owners temporarily reserve enough of your credit limit to cover whatever the merchant designates as a limit – which may be far more than a full tank cost...
You want to throw a holiday party but simply cannot afford to spend big bucks in the process. The holidays are full of expenses already without dropping hundreds or even thousands of dollars on festivities. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to cut down on holiday party costs and still create a great atmosphere. Consider these suggestions to help you party on a budget.
- Invitations – Keep the invitations as simple as the circumstances will allow. What is appropriate depends on whom you are inviting. If you are throwing an informal party, make your own simple and whimsical paper invitations, or simply save on paper and postage and go completely paperless. If appropriate, consider invitations via e-mail or social media.
If paper invitations are a must, consider alternatives such as a postcard that costs less to mail. At the very least, look for sales and clearances on fancier stationery. If you want more credit, check out our list of <...
Thanksgiving is a time to relax and enjoy a nice dinner with your loved ones. You don’t want to spend it stressing over the Thanksgiving budget; you want to spend it having an enjoyable day with friends and relatives, and relaxing on the couch with a tryptophan-induced nap.
Try these tips to save dollars on your holiday spread and avoid worrying about holiday budgeting woes.
- Host a Potluck – Split the mealtime burden up by making Thanksgiving a potluck dinner. Not only will this distribute the economic burden among the Thanksgiving table, it offers a chance for new and interesting side dishes and desserts. You may end up with some tasty variations that become new family traditions.
You may want to coordinate the dishes with all of the expected guests so you don’t end up with 15 desserts a...
You've set up a lame date for the upcoming weekend but you're hoping a better offer comes along. If one does, you're ready to accept it and cancel your earlier date. You're hedging your bets, so you won't be sitting home alone on Saturday night.
That logic applies to real estate transactions as well. Perhaps you've received an offer for your home that's disappointing, but you expect a better offer to come along. Maybe you want to make an offer on a home but you need to sell your existing home to make the deal work financially.
In the real estate world, you can address these issues with a bump clause.
A bump clause in a real estate transaction adds a contingency that one party must meet before the sale can be finalized. Bump clauses get their name because the clauses give the seller the right to accept another offer and "bump" the original offer if the buye...
Hackers are like any other type of thief. They look for easy targets and take advantage of them. Are you an easy target in the eyes of identity thieves?
Let's assume that you've taken basic prevention steps, like using anti-virus software and securing your router to prevent hackers from getting directly into your system. Have you considered these other five ways to keep personal and account information safe?
1. Use Strong Passwords – Surely, you've moved past "password" or "12345678." The best passwords contain upper and lower case letters, numbers, and symbols – but how do you remember them?
Try inserting characters in regular patterns into names you'll remember. For example, if your dog's name is Rex, try "R!e@x#1$". See the pattern? Check your computer keyboard.
To make it easier, use the same basic pattern but add an identifier in front ...
On the list of what frightens people the most, ranking right up there with spiders, snakes and heights are needles. In fact, the extreme fear of medical procedures involving needles is a valid phobia with an ominous name: trypanophobia. Charyn Caruso, a phlebotomist for Grove City Medical Center, has worked with her share of patients who have suffered from the condition throughout her 20-year career.
Each year, hundreds of thousands suffer from cardiac arrest in the U.S. Anytime, anywhere, an emergency can strike, leaving many with little chance for life-saving personnel to make a difference. These numbers would be decreased dramatically if more people were CPR certified. Currently at Seneca Valley School District, students and staff are training to be ready for any dire situation thrown their way.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Or is it? Full of festive decor and family traditions, the months of November and December can provide plenty to be jolly about. But they also come with their fair share of holiday health hazards.
Trying to attain perfection, especially during the holidays, can leave a person financially stressed and spiritually depleted.
If you have walked by your local Starbucks or any coffee shop during the scramble of commuters trying to get to work, the line around the block is a clear indication that Americans love their morning Joe.
16-year-old girl arrested in plot to attack predominantly black church ATLANTA - A 16-year-old girl has been arrested after authorities discovered her plan to kill people at a predominantly black church in Hall County. The teen, who is white, planned to attack the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, according to Gainesville police. "Our investigation indicated the church was targeted by ...
WASHINGTON - The Senate unanimously passed a bill Tuesday aimed at supporting protesters in Hong Kong and warning China against a violent suppression of the demonstrations, a stark contrast to President Donald Trump's near-silence on the issue. The vote marks a challenge to the government in Beijing just as the U.S. and China, the world's largest economies, seek to close a preliminary ...
SAN DIEGO - San Diego-based Naval Special Warfare Command is initiating a so-called "trident review" of four SEALs involved in a closely watched war crimes case that divided the tight-knit SEAL community and became a cause celebre for conservative commentators and politicians. Among the SEALs coming under review, according to defense officials with knowledge of the case, are Lt. Cmdr. Robert ...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Hurricanes aren't the only hazard lapping at the shores of the Outer Banks, according to a report examining the threat of climate change on some of the country's most beloved natural landscapes. Thanks to creeping sea levels and erosion rates, Cape Hatteras National Seashore made the list. "One of the most imminent threats to the Cape Hatteras National Seashore is to the ...