At the age of 44, Kim Johnson never quite imagined that one day in the year 2020 she would become unemployed due to a widespread virus pandemic.
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.
A recent Connersville High School graduate is pursuing her life dream thanks, in large part, to the generosity of a couple who left a generous bequest to provide an all-costs paid scholarship.
Millicent Fahie said, “My heart is overjoyed with this response.” She is pictured on Saturday, standing with bags of clothing donated to The Shelter. Fahie, a Connersville native who lives in Indianapolis, came home to collect the clothing, which will be made available to people without home…
A Connersville woman has been selected for a volunteer position with the National Organization for Rare Disorders and is helping promote a virtual discussion event on Wednesday.
Kimberly Reisinger Craig and Kelly Reisinger Robinson normally spend the first weekend of August at Twinsburg, Ohio. But with that community’s annual Twins Fest cancelled by coronavirus, they are have hopes for what they are calling Twins Take Over Indiana.
This is the third of three parts recalling Connersville’s participation in The History Channel Great Race from Boston to Sacramento in 2000. Not only did a team from here win its division in the race but the city also hosted drivers and teams on June 7, 2000.
This is the second of three parts recalling Connersville’s participation in The History Channel Great Race from Boston to Sacramento in 2000. Not only did a team from here win its division in the race but the city also hosted drivers and teams on June 7, 2000.
This is the first of a three parts recalling Connersville’s participation in The History Channel Great Race from Boston to Sacramento in 2000. Not only did a team from here win its division in the race but the city also hosted drivers and teams on June 14, 2000.
Conner Quilters awarded their annual scholarship to Reagan Patton, daughter of Jason Patton and Hollie Benton. She plans on attending Ball State University in the fall to study pediatric oncology. Pictured are, from left, from Lori Dickerson, Reagan Patton, Judy Bryson; and in back, Lillian …
Two toddlers became playmates in the pool at Roberts Park Family Aquatics Center on Monday. Kai Hughes, left, came with his mother, Kira Hughes, and Easton Abernathy, came with his mother, Natalie Abernathy. The pool, with social distancing rules in place, opened for the first time this year…
In November of 1925 Louis Armstrong recorded his first record, WSM radio premiered the Grand Ole Opry and “Silent Cal” Calvin Coolidge was in the White House.
Members of the Fayette Garden Club and friends recently planted 17 downtown planters and the circle at the Clio Fountain at Central and Virginia avenues. Pictured at the fountain are, from left, Linda Mason, Kathy Rhodes, Barbara Hickman, Becky Kalkhoff, Donna Scott, Carol Miller, Connie Rob…
Faculty at St. Gabriel Catholic School visited sixth graders late last week, bringing them yard signs to congratulate them on passing the sixth grade. Emma Maze is pictured with her sign.
Because of the COVID-19 health emergency, the eighth annual Honoring Our Elders Luncheon has been postponed until Thursday, Sept. 17, at the John H. Miller Community Center in Roberts Park.
Although the COVID-19 health emergency is serious – sometimes deadly serious – there’s no saying you can’t have a bit of fun while complying with guidelines for social distancing.
Most mornings I start my day with a daily reading from three different devotionals. One morning just a few days after the coronavirus event was announced, I had finished the devotionals and was meditating on the readings. All of a sudden, without thought or hesitation, I heard myself say the…
Oakley Peters, 5, and Gunlee Peters, 4, decorated the Whitewater Valley Primary Care so that all the medical staff could see something positive when they came to work. The message: Life is tough but darling so are you.
4H member Keagan Ritter is living out the 4H pledge by putting her “hands to larger service” while picking up trash along the road by her house this week. Many other 4H members are doing the same.