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PREP ROUNDUP: Kniesly finishes tied for 28th at state - Pharos-Tribune
Logansport junior Kristina Kniesly finished tied for 28th place out of 100 golfers at the IHSAA Girls Golf State Finals. She followed up her round of 82 Friday with an 87 Saturday at Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel. Both days of the tournament were played ...
Police Blotter: Oct. 3 - Pharos-Tribune
5:27 a.m. — Arrest. David Matthew Gray, 37, Logansport, was arrested on charges of battery, intimidation, strangulation, resisting law enforcement and criminal confinement. Cass County Sheriff's Department. 9:23 a.m. — Arrest. Manuel DeJesus Quintero ...
Spring Day: Kids visit Myers Spring to learn about manufacturing - Pharos-Tribune
Close to 350 Logansport fifth-graders saw how different types of springs are made — one of the most common components in everyday products. Those students, and many other across Indiana and the nation, participated in the National Manufacturing Day ...
OUR VIEW: Letting the voters be heard - Pharos-Tribune
Logansport had a contentious primary election back in May. As we move closer to November’s general election, the stakes will only get higher and the opinions stronger. And we want to hear your opinion on the candidates seeking a chance to lead our city.
Google's driverless car drivers ride a career less traveled - Pharos-Tribune
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — After a friend recommended that he join a secret Google project six years ago, Brian Torcellini suddenly found himself on the road to an occupational oxymoron. He became a driver in a driverless car. Torcellini, 31, leads a crew ...
Why phones break: Screens get stronger, yet we demand more - Pharos-Tribune
NEW YORK — Ask a roomful of people to take out their phones, and you’re bound to see several with cracked screens. Despite engineering breakthroughs, screen breakage has become a part of life, the leading type of phone damage. In part, we’re to blame.
Study projects Asians will become largest US immigrant group - Pharos-Tribune
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a major shift in immigration patterns over the next 50 years, Asians will have surged past Hispanics to become the largest group of immigrants heading to the United States, according to estimates in a new immigration study.
BIZ BUZZ: Farm store opens near Delphi - Pharos-Tribune
DELPHI — A pair of Carroll County residents has opened up a general store in Delphi. True Value Carroll County opened Monday, Sept. 28, in the old ALCO building in downtown Delphi. The store carries a variety of items including hobby farm supplies and ...
FDA to manufacturers: Cut the fat - Pharos-Tribune
In the nutrition world, few food components are as widely reviled as trans fats, which hide out in chips, crackers and countless other processed and deep-fried foods, and have been proven to increase your risk of heart disease, says Consumer Reports.
SMART MONEY: With few expenses, early retirement works - Pharos-Tribune
DEAR BRUCE: I’m 37 years old and my home is paid off. I am retired now because I’m lazy and I don’t want to work anymore. My wife still works a few days a week. We have minimal expenses other than gas, food and utilities. I don’t have much in ...
FINCHER: Trine is educating the area's work force - Pharos-Tribune
On June 24, 2010, the city of Logansport signed an agreement with Trine University. That agreement stated Trine University and the city of Logansport was establishing a regional educational center in Logansport recognizing the cooperation and mutual ...
CEPEDA: Spare the talk of an 'Asian invasion' - Pharos-Tribune
Have you heard the news? Asians will displace Hispanics as the largest foreign-born group in the U.S. by 2055. I, for one, am thrilled — the pressure will be off. As someone who happily lived in a time back when the “Hispanic community” was not a ...
Eli Lilly, Incyte drug fares well in late-stage research - Pharos-Tribune
A potential rheumatoid arthritis treatment from Eli Lilly and Incyte fared better than another drug in late-stage testing, and the drugmakers are moving closer to seeking regulatory approval to sell it. Lilly said Tuesday that early results from a study ...
Cancer stories: A lesson learned from a loss - Pharos-Tribune
KOKOMO — When Janae Frederick began feeling concerning pains down her side, one of the first things that came to her mind was the unfortunate story surrounding her friend Lora Stone. Stone started feeling something wasn’t quite right with her in late ...
NASON: Colts issues don’t go away after win - Pharos-Tribune
The Colts got the win against the Tennessee Titans last Sunday, but by only two points, 35-33. The Colts were picked by many to be a Super Bowl contender this year. Beating a team that is in a rebuilding year by 2 points isn’t very convincing. Unless you ...