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Historical Society to hold Annual Dinner - Newsbug Information
REYNOLDS — Indiana’s own composer; pianist, singer, actor and band leader Hoagy Carmichael will be the subject of the program at the annual meeting of the White County Historical Society. The meeting, which includes a catered meal and is open to ...
Early birds not always easy - Newsbug Information
The belief among many turkey hunters is that getting after it on day one of the spring turkey season is the best bet. This can be true in many instances, but don’t fall into the trap of thinking that the early bird always gets the worm in these cases ...
Lake Shore Drive-In opening today - Newsbug Information
The Lake Shore Drive-In will open to the public tonight with a free movie weekend for the first double features of the year with screen one showing The Nut Job followed by Ride Along. General admission is $9, children ages four to 15 cost $5 and children ...
Getting a gobbler into range - Newsbug Information
Turkeys can sometimes be flocked up at the start of the season making it quite difficult to seduce a gobbler into range. Being patient and being in the right place at the right time pay big dividends in these situations.
Sports complex concession stand gets funds - Newsbug Information
The White County Tourism Authority at its April meeting Monday agreed to provide funding to help build a concession stand at the Twin Lakes Youth Sports Complex. Tim Smock, director of the fledgling sports complex, estimated $3,264.38 will be left in the ...
‘Edible books’ at library are judged tasty creations - Newsbug Information
The ability of the mind to be creative and resourceful was not lacking Saturday, April 12 at the Monticello-Union Township Library. The focus was on creating an “edible book” inspired by a favorite tale, a pun or play on words of a title of a book or ...
Child ignites house fire, leaving family homeless - Newsbug Information
Monticello Fire Department say a 4-year-old boy who was playing with a lighter is the cause of a house fire that erupted Tuesday afternoon at 705 N. Railroad St., Monticello. According to a press release from Monticello Assistant Fire Chief Robert ...
Sharp's cake a "hoot" at event - Newsbug Information
Joyce Sharp is shown with her People’s Choice & Most Literary Award winning cake, entitled “Hoot.” The creation was the creative result of a humorous play on words or pun for the book, “Hoot,” which is shown behind the cake. The fun event was ...
TL softball searching for first win - Newsbug Information
The Lady Indians are still in search of the team’s first win in the young season. Twin Lakes’ softball team started the year 0-3, but according to head coach Brian Middleton his team could easily be 2-1. TL has played well in their first three games ...
Flagpole base prepared at courthouse property - Newsbug Information
Rod Pool, project manager for the improvement project at Constitution Plaza and superintendent of the water plant, gave an update on the renovations Tuesday during a noon luncheon of Monticello Chamber of Commerce. He said work on the flagpole should be ...