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Changing The Station

LAPEL — Kelly and Rick Champney, residents of Lapel for 26 years, said they like to frequent local restaurants.

Local Sports

10 Arabians, 2 Bulldogs advance to regional

ELWOOD — Just two weeks ago, a banged-up Pendleton Heights wrestling team finished in last place at the Hoosier Heritage Conference meet, scoring just 79 points.

Prep wrap

Results

Arabians and Bulldogs postseason paths set

MADISON COUNTY — The postseason path is set for both Lapel and Pendleton Heights.

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History of Jackson Township Part 2

In spring 1826, John Ashby and his family settled in Jackson Township near what is known today as Hamilton, where West Eighth Street Road intersects with CR 600W.

Area student earns Belmont honor

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE — Belmont University named Emily Anderson of Fishers to its dean’s list for fall 2022 semester.

Local student makes IUK list

KOKOMO — Indiana University Kokomo named Luke Patrick Richardson of Lapel to its dean’s list or chancellor’s list for the fall 2022 semester.

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PENDLETON — Betty Weaver Swinford has been a Pendleton resident all of her life.

Pendleton reflections

PENDLETON — The Oldham name is almost synonymous with the town of Pendleton. The Oldham family have been in Pendleton for more than 150 years.

Wintertime activities for all ages

Unfortunately, winter has arrived. How long it will last is anyone’s guess. Even the weatherman doesn’t know.

East Elementary School honor roll

Second quarter, 2022-23

Group annouces ‘Art Studies’ winners

PENDLETON — Pendleton Artists Society announced the winners its Art Studies Show at Gallery 119 in downtown Pendleton.

History of Jackson Township Part 1

Jackson Township was named in honor of the War of 1812 hero, General Andrew Jackson, our nation’s seventh president.

Local student earns Knox honors

GALESBURG, ILLINOIS — Knox College named Hannah Tannas from Pendleton to its Dean’s List for the 2022 fall Term.

Calendars

Community calendar

Government calendar

The following local meetings were scheduled but are subject to change by the towns. Many meetings can be streamed online. Check town websites or call for updates and more information.

Local sports — week ahead

Schedule Thursday, Jan. 26 Boys and girls swimming 6 p.m. — Lapel, Liberty Christian at Hagerstown Friday, Jan. 27 Boys basketball 7:30 p.m. — Lapel at Eastern Hancock 7:30 p.m. —...

Government calendar

The following local meetings were scheduled but are subject to change by the towns. Many meetings can be streamed online. Check town websites or call for updates and more information.

Community calendar

Legion plans market, other activities

Local sports — week ahead

Schedule Thursday, Jan. 19 Boys and girls swimming 5:30 p.m. — Mt. Vernon at Pendleton Heights 6 p.m. — Lapel at Anderson Girls basketball 7:30 p.m. — Lapel at Muncie...

Community calendar

Legion plans several events

Government calendar

The following local meetings were scheduled but are subject to change by the towns. Many meetings can be streamed online. Check town websites or call for updates and more information.

Local sports — week ahead

Schedule Thursday, Jan. 12 Boys basketball 7:30 p.m. — New Palestine at Pendleton Heights Girls basketball 7:30 p.m. — Shenandoah at Lapel Boys and girls swimming 6 p.m. — Delta at...

Government calendar

The following local meetings were scheduled but are subject to change by the towns. Many meetings can be streamed online. Check town websites or call for updates and more information.

Community calendar

Legion plans several events

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What did 1923 predict for 2023?

A Twitter thread on Jan. 1 showcased some ideas that the people of 1923 had about us 100 years later.

Leo Morris: Maybe spending has something to do with it

When the coal started running low at the mine my father worked in, he considered several options.

In Close Fellowship With God

…Enoch lived 365 years, walking in close fellowship with God. Then one day he disappeared because God took him…Noah was a righteous man, the only blameless person living on the earth at the time, and he walked in close fellowship with God. — Genesis 5:1 – 6:22

Ask Mr. Etiquette Guy again

People are more filled with righteous self-indignation than ever before, and traditional etiquette has gone the way of the dodo.

Transforming truths

You made all the delicate inner parts of my body and knit me together in my mother’s womb. — Psalm 139:1-24

A conversation with ChatGPT

Erik: Hello, ChatGPT. My name is Erik Deckers.

Franke: There still can be hope

“You can observe a lot just by watching.” Yogi Berra