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All in the family

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Posted on Dec 27, 2018 in General

By Holly Huffman At the age of 24, Jack “Lee” Marcum III had a choice: Come back home to run the family business or pursue a degree in computer science.  Marcum went with his heart. He chose family and the business he came to love. Since then, the CEO of New Castle, Indiana-based Jack’s Donuts… Continue reading.

Biscuits and the Brickyard

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Posted on Dec 27, 2018 in General

By Richard G. Biever If someday the mortar holding together the famed “Yard of Bricks” at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is found to be mixed with baking powder — Clabber Girl Baking Powder, to be exact — it should come as no surprise. How the seemingly incongruent worlds of racing and baking forever merged at… Continue reading.

4 reasons Youth Tour is for you

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Posted on Dec 26, 2018 in General

2019 Youth Tour Dates Indiana: June 13–20, 2019 Ohio: June 14–20, 2019 It’s not like your normal school trip to D.C. The Indiana and Ohio Electric Cooperatives’ Youth Tour know many students have already been to Washington, but this adventure is specifically planned to be different. We’ll visit many sites schools aren’t able to take… Continue reading.

A reason to hope

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Posted on Oct 24, 2018 in Features, General

  The statistics are compelling. But numbers never tell the whole story.  The bigger story is the lives Project Indiana changes — men, women and especially children — here in Indiana and there in Guatemala. A labor of love The electric cooperative linemen from throughout the state who volunteered on any of the three Project… Continue reading.

Maze Running

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Posted on Sep 19, 2018 in Features, General

      There’s no doubt that Indiana’s autumns can be among the most beautiful in the country, with vibrant fall foliage sometimes visible for miles. Each of us has our own autumn traditions, from making s’mores over backyard firepits to carving pumpkins to hitting the road in search of prime spots to enjoy nature’s… Continue reading.

In with the Old

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Posted on Aug 22, 2018 in Features, General

 “Nostalgia,” some quip, “ain’t what it used to be.” But, that’s an old joke that’s just gotten older. “Vintage” is now in. What’s old is hotter, cooler, groovier and hipper than ever. Thanks to Pinterest, eBay, HGTV and popular TV shows like American Pickers, Pawn Stars, and (the granddaddy of them all) PBS’ Antiques Roadshow,… Continue reading.

31 on 31

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Posted on Jul 27, 2018 in Features, General

It’s designated “U.S.” Route 31. But perhaps more than any other single state or federal highway, Route 31 truly traces the heart of Indiana. It’s really “Us 31.” Literally, U.S. 31 wraps itself around Monument Circle in the very center of our state capital, and splits Indiana down the middle. North of Indianapolis, it’s a… Continue reading.

‘Never give up’

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Posted on Jun 26, 2018 in Features, General

(Note from editor: David Paul was born four months premature in October 1995. Within just days of being considered even a viable infant outside the womb, he and his doctors fought for his tiny fragile life. He came home in February 1996, just about the time of his original birth date. With his family, therapists,… Continue reading.

A Golden Age

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Posted on Jun 25, 2018 in Features, General

You can hardly call yourself a “Hoosier” if you’ve not heard of the “Milan Miracle” — the David and Goliath tale of the tiny Indiana high school that won the 1954 state basketball championship and inspired the movie “Hoosiers.” But there’s another Milan miracle. It’s about another David. And it’s just as amazing. It’s the… Continue reading.

Living in a Connected Hometown

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Posted on May 22, 2018 in Features, General

When Chris Muegge went off to college in 2007, he thought his days working with his dad on the family farm were done. Leveraging his education in animal/feedlot nutrition from Oklahoma State University and then Purdue to come back to his parents’ 1,200-acre grain and livestock farm in southeast Hancock County seemed economically improbable. “I… Continue reading.

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