The 2017 season is already shaping up to be an exciting one for the Fort Wayne TinCaps.
James Mitchell has been confusing his audiences for just over 10 years. As he strolls among customers each Sunday night at Granite City, he leaves each guest with a playing card and a puzzled expression.
Huntington University and The Haupert Institute for Agricultural Studies will celebrate National Agricultural Day by hosting John Phipps, former host and current commentator of the U.S. Farm Report, at its annual Feed a Farmer event on Tuesday, March 21
The scoreboard in the Spartans gym Monday reflected a game that had been played two days earlier and a two-hour bus ride away: Homestead 61, Pike 54.
Each week, Roanoke Elementary School designates a life skill to pursue through its Our Strongest Link effort. The focus for a recent week was Responsibility. The following students were chosen by their teachers as exhibiting the life skill of Responsibility: (front row, from left) Lilly Ayers, Declan McVoy and Kylee Paul, (second row) MaKenzie Cuttriss, Jocelyn Blair, Sophia Michel, Max Double, Brayden Hieber, Wyitt Stine, ( back row) Henry Landrigan, Josiah Smith, Lily DeCamp, Savannah Stanton, Kirah Klepper, Chloe Horne, Ella Colclesser and Catherine Glosson.
Rhonda (Hosler) Dennon kept busy among the scholars, athletes and musicians of Elmhurst High School.
The African Children’s Choir will share lively African songs and dances at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at Christian Community Center of Harlan, 12616 Spencerville Road, Harlan.