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KNISELY: Looking for home sweet home - Pharos-Tribune
Since I last wrote, I’ve become a danger to society. If you thought my absence from this Sunday corner was due to the fact that I was out backpacking across Europe or saving lives in some Third World country, you clearly have a warped view of the life I ...
FRIEND: Considering trails and roadways - Pharos-Tribune
As we entered the last week of January, the committee process was working well. There were 669 bills filed in the House, and 589 bills filed in the Senate. Perhaps a few less than is typical of the General Assembly, but still the bills represent plenty of ...
HOWEY: Gov. Pence earns policy victory with HIP 2.0 - Pharos-Tribune
On Tuesday, Gov. Mike Pence achieved the greatest policy victory of his first term when he announced federal approval for his Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0. It comes in a state where a clear majority oppose Obamacare, and it comes to a governor who has ...
Berries take down Tech - Pharos-Tribune
Logansport’s boys basketball team had the opportunity to play Indianapolis Tech, the top team in the Indianapolis Public Schools system in recent years. The Berries had a fast start and held off a furious second-half rally in an 84-72 win over the Titans ...
Fazekas, No. 5 Marquette get past Winamac - Pharos-Tribune
WINAMAC — After playing a somewhat lethargic style of basketball Friday night against conference rival West Central, the Winamac Warriors opened their Saturday night game against Class A No. 5 Marquette playing the same type of game. Early in the ...
Prep roundup: Pioneer pulls off overtime win at Rossville - Pharos-Tribune
Caleb Kindley made an old fashion three-point play that held up as the game-winner as Pioneer defeated Rossville 66-64 in overtime Saturday. With Pioneer (9-6) down 64-63, Kindley got a pass from Keith Nies, turned and hit the basket, while being fouled.
Kats hold off Kings - Pharos-Tribune
KOKOMO — Several times this season, Kokomo boys basketball coach Matt Moore has watched his team build a big lead only to see it evaporate as the opponent battled back and came out on top down the stretch. Saturday night at Memorial Gym, when Lewis Cass ...
Kings win first wrestling sectional title in 23 years - Pharos-Tribune
MONTICELLO — Lewis Cass has had strong wrestling teams the last several years. The Kings finally broke through and won another sectional title Saturday. The Kings conquered the Twin Lakes Sectional to claim their second ever title and first since 1992.
Exchanges welcome: Local service organization facilitates foreign exchange opportunities - Pharos-Tribune
WALTON — When Maike "Mai" Willersinn, 16, arrived from Germany in August 2014, she remembers the drive through country roads on her way into Cass County the most. "I couldn't see anything but corn and beans," she recalled with a laugh. The community has ...
Express train service planned between South Bend and Chicago - Pharos-Tribune
CHESTERTON (AP) — Commuters in northern Indiana will be able to get on a train in South Bend and arrive in downtown Chicago in less than two hours, starting in March. The South Shore commuter rail service plans to begin offering an express westbound ...
Educators worry revamped ISTEP+ test will take too long - Pharos-Tribune
CRAWFORDSVILLE (AP) — Some Indiana educators say they're concerned that young students won't have the stamina to complete the more rigorous tests being rolled out this spring to measure student achievement. Their alarm stems from testing schedules for a ...
Physician's assistant sentenced in Wagoner case - Pharos-Tribune
KOKOMO — A second person charged in the Wagoner Clinic drug case was sentenced recently to a year of house arrest and five years of probation. Thomas Hewitt, 61, was one of nine people arrested and charged in the case put together by Kokomo police and U ...
State superintendent's role, other education issues focus of Third House - Pharos-Tribune
Local lawmakers and their constituents talked upcoming state legislation Saturday, Jan. 31, with much discussion about the future role of the state superintendent of public instruction. Indiana House Education Committee members met Thursday, Jan. 29, and ...
Sherryl A. Martin - Pharos-Tribune
Sherryl A. Martin, 70, Logansport, passed away at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 30, 2015, at St. Elizabeth East, Lafayette. She was born Jan. 5, 1945, in Berne, to the late Kenneth and Ann Marie (Burdge) Zerkel. On April 16, 1993, in Logansport, she married Larry K.
Hitting the spot: First-time advertisers gamble on Super Bowl ads - Pharos-Tribune
NEW YORK (AP) — More Super Bowl ad rookies will be trying to score a touchdown this Sunday. There will be 15 new Super Bowl advertisers this year, the most since 2000, before the economy fell into what would be the first of two recessions since.