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The Fountain County Judge Stephanie Campbell formally received a $50,000 grant from Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill, Oct. 16, to launch a jailed chemical-addiction program for Fountain and Warren counties’ incarcerated clients ready to end their addictions.

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Very few people have not experienced the process of moving and trying to connect with a new community at least once in their lifetime. For author Melody Warnick, the impetus of her interest in writing came from several moves around the U.S. with her husband and preparing for a move from west…

The Covington- Tri-County matchup was not an aerial game in the slightest as rain plagued the first half of the game and enabled Covington to take an early lead that kept the TC Cavaliers in an attempt to catch up all evening.  Tri-County's standouts continue to be Sophomore QB/DB Korbin Law…

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Former Attica mayor Bob Shepherd and his wife, Melinda, have been the benefactors of the various statues gracing the streets of the city, and now the statues have been photographed and put into a full-color booklet available at businesses to encourage citizens to take a walk, go for a ride a…

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Mary Blair Immel of Lafayette is an author and genealogist whose meticulous research has brought to light stories never-before-shared with the public. For this reason, the Indiana Historical Society (IHS) is proud to present Immel with its 2019 Willard C. Heiss Family History/Genealogy Award.

The town council of the town of Fowler met in the town hall on Sept. 3 for a meeting pursuant to call in accordance with the rules of the council. Members present were Linda Brouillette, town council president, Steve Sorenson, Pat Claire, Jason Fisher, Linda Bfrouillette, and Mike Sanders.

On Sunday Troopers Douglas Feazel, David Milburg, and K9 Colt responded to a domestic call at an address in Attica. While investigating the domestic, troopers smelled the odor of marijuana. The troopers used the assistance of K9 Colt, who led them to the neighbors house, according to the pol…

LONDON - Boris Johnson will make a fresh attempt to deliver on his pledge to take Britain out of the European Union on Oct. 31 as optimism grows that he now has enough support to get his deal through Parliament. Cabinet ministers made clear the prime minister is undeterred after a crunch vote on Saturday forced him to write to the EU asking for a three-month delay to the deadline. Johnson will ...

SEATTLE - Seahawks fans have been spoiled by a quarterback who makes the magical look routine, who makes something out of nothing and turns fourth-quarter deficits into thrilling come-from-behind victories. That has been the lore of Russell Wilson. And then Lamar Jackson showed up. On Sunday, the Seahawks got their first up-close glimpse of Jackson, Baltimore's dynamic second-year QB who stole ...

South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp announced safety Jamel Cook was dismissed from the team after an arrest Friday night. "I really don't have any other comment," Muschamp said. Cook was arrested on Friday night and booked early Saturday morning on a domestic violence charge. According to a police incident report: "Cook is accused of physically assaulting a female several times about ...

DAHUK, Iraq - As Turkish artillery battered her neighborhood, Haifa Ahmad gathered up her kids and fled last week from Qamishli, a mostly Kurdish city on Syria's northern border with Turkey. Now, she, her four children - along with her sister and her two young ones - are residents of white canvas tent No. B278 in a fast-growing, United Nations-run camp on the scorched high plains of Iraqi ...