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A coach honored

LAPEL — Former players, coaches, colleagues, family and friends were at the Lapel vs. Frankton boys basketball game on Saturday to join in honoring former coach Jimmie Howell.

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On to Waynesburg

Kaitlyn Prickett signs s letter of intent to play soccer at Waynesburg University. Pictured (from left): mother April Prickett, Kaitlyn Prickett and father CJ Prickett. In back, Courtney Prickett, sister Audrey Prickett, teammate Liz Herrberg, and teammate Savannah Clark were talking .

Giving Trine a chance

Nathan Gilmet signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Trine University. Pictured front (from left) mother Danielle Gilmet, Nathan Gilmet, and father Chris Gilmet; (back row, from left) PHHS coach Ryan Jones, sister Ashley Gilmet, sister Brianna Gilmet and PHHS Matt Vosburgh.

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The history of Anderson Township, Part 2

Second of a two-part series

Juried show awards 2-D, 3-D and photogrphic artists

PENDLETON — Pendleton Artists Society recently announced the winners of its 10th Annual Juried Art Show — with entries in three categories: 2-D, 3-D and photography — at Gallery 119 in Pendleton.

East Elementary School honor roll

East Elementary School honor roll

Lapel High School Class of 2007

The year 2007 was an exceptional year. Steve Jobs unveiled Apple’s first iPhone. The year also marked the beginning of the subprime mortgage crisis in the United States. A huge buildup of troops was sent to Iraq to fight the war. A shooter kills 32 people at Virginia Tech.

Christmas wishes from senior residents

Every year The Times-Post publishes a special section of children’s letters to Santa Claus.

Recalling distant memories

Seventy-five years. Three quarters of a century. That’s how long I have been around.

Lapel High School Class of 2006

In January 2006 Russia was causing problems with Ukraine, by cutting off their natural gas supply in the dead of winter. There was also a price dispute, as Russia tried to increase the price of heating gas to the country.

Songwriter wins achievement award

ANDERSON — Steve Wallace recently won Songwriter Achievement of The Year awarad at the 8th annual Josie Music Awards.

A history of Adams Township, Part 2

Part 2 of a two-part column.

PES honor rolls

Pendleton Elementary School Honor Roll — First quarter 2022-23

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Legion offer regular activities

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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.

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Legion offer regular activities

Local sports — week ahead

Schedule Friday, Nov. 18 Girls basketball 7:30 p.m. — Lapel at Frankton 7:30 p.m. — Pendleton Heights at Greenfield-Central Saturday, Nov. 19 Boys wrestling 8:30 a.m. — Lapel at Rex Leavitt...

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 garden ceremony

Community calendar

Lions fruit sale on

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

Lions fruit sale on

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.

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Leo Morris: Principles are why we vote

There is an old joke whose origins are unknown but which you have probably heard in more than one movie or TV show. P.J. O’Rourke borrowed it for the title of one of his cynical books about politics:

A clear mind

But you should keep a clear mind in every situation. Don’t be afraid of suffering for the Lord. Work at telling others the Good News, and fully carry out the ministry God has given you. — II Timothy 4:1-22

Florida turns its back on Key lime pie

Indiana has its own official state pie, which the state senate voted on and everything. Someone said, “I make a motion that we adopt the sugar cream pie as our official state pie.”

“Buy the dip,” but beware of tax pitfalls

Bespoke Investment Group reported as of the end of September, “the Fed’s crusade against inflation resulted in a record destruction of wealth in dollar terms and an extremely large drawdown in percentage terms.” The “bear market” erased almost $13 trillion in market value from stocks. Supposedly “safe,” investment-grade bonds shed almost $3 trillion, a record in both dollars and percentage. Cumulatively, the total drawdown in market value of the stock and bond markets came in just shy of $16 trillion or just over 20%.

Remembering the generosity of ‘The Can Man’

Larry VanNess was affectionately known as “The Can Man.”

Adults ruined Halloween and then stole it for themselves

I don’t like the Halloween holiday of today.

Mark Franke: The politics of epithets and name-calling

“O, wad some Power the giftie gie us

Timothy J. Schnepp

PENDLETON

Virginia Bockman

FORMERLY OF PENDLETON

Ruth Ellen Berline

PENDLETON

John Walter Tice

INDIANAPOLIS

Sandy Grooms

ANDERSON

John Robert Pegg

BLOOMFIELD