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Zeta Chapter of Kappa Kappa Sigma Sorority, Inc. met September 28, 2020 at Grand Avenue Methodist Church. Nineteen members sang the Loyalty song to open the meeting. Laura Shoemaker, president and officers led the opening ceremony. Jenny Friend, secretary, read the minutes from the September…

As a way to give back to their community, the Connersville High School class of 2015 started an endowment through the Fayette Community Foundation. The idea was proposed at their recent reunion in August.

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On the phone with Sharon Cranfill is a distressed father. His 31-year-old daughter’s drug addiction rules her life. She’s been arrested and is in jail.

The thought and dream of always wanting to be a nurse led Tempest Rathburn to the Adult Education program at 717 W. 21st St, located in the Ivy Tech building.

When Jeremy Noah takes off, he’s not thinking much about why he flies his ultralight. At that point, he’s trying to make sure there are no birds in the way and he’s thinking about what’s ahead.

While COVID-19 has been a burden for many, it actually might help make the annual Rodfathers Car Club Main Event Car Show one of their largest.

In all of her nearly 98 years, Margaret Miller couldn’t remember a cough like the one she had in early August.

What was your first job, how old were you, how much did you get paid?

“Stool Samples” might not sound like something you’d leave around the house, but the Whitewater Valley Arts Association is hoping you’ll buy at least one of theirs.

A local farm operation is finding success with a crop they started raising just a few years ago. Adding to the farm’s diversification, the owners are getting ready to open a home where visitors can stay for awhile and learn about farming.

MARSHALL: Born to Breanna and Daniel Marshall of New Castle, a daughter, Roselee Mischelle Marshall, at 6:42 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 14, 2020, at Henry County Health. She weighed 8 pounds 1.6 ounces and measured 19.5 inches. 

The Hoosier Blue and Gray Civil War Round Table will begin its 2020-21 Campaign of meetings this Thursday evening. Beginning at 7 p.m., the meeting will be held in its new home, Lumpy’s Café at 20 N. Foote St., Cambridge City.

METAMORA — A path chopped through the woods by men and dug by horse-drawn machines once connected the manufacturing and farming interests of the northern Whitewater River to an Ohio River port at Lawrenceburg.

Fayette County Community Voices 2020 president Alexandra Pflug presents the group’s scholarship to 2020 Connersville High School graduate Jacob McCreary.

Baskets, pottery, paintings and hair bows are a few of the many things that Nancy Sergent Couch enjoys making.

An adventurous axolotl (a type of salamander), sparked Steven Malichi Jr., a Connersville native, to write a childrens book to show children have to be brave.

Museum: Fayette County Historical Museum, 200 W. 5th St., open 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; other times by appointment, by contacting Sam Harvey, president, at 765-265-1807. Free admission.

Her love for her got her into college for graphic design. Now, Hannah Parrett is about to graduate to pursue her passion for art.

GLOVER: Born to Carla and Eric R. Glover of Connersville, a son, Levi Jonas Glover, at 2:34 p.m. on Friday, July 17, 2020, at Henry Community Health, New Castle. He weighed 8 pounds and measured 19¼ inches. He has three sisters, Ivah, Neveah and Zevyna, and a brother, Averie. Grandfather is …

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Like many other adults who annually display their work at the Fayette County Free Fair, Marilyn Maxwell started as a child in 4H.

Long-time fairgoers and those who stayed away this year because of the coronavirus will have a chance to eat the fried chicken dinner usually prepared by St. Gabriel parish.

With paint in place, the new futsal court at Offutts Park is complete. A grand opening tournament is being planned on a Sunday within the next several weeks.