Monthly Archives: June 2017

‘Never seen it this bad’

Staff report INDIANA — Dallas “Ray” Wood stood on the bank of the small stream he calls White’s Run. It flows south across Clymer Avenue toward the homes he owns in the out-of-the-way “little mining town” he calls Cicero. His … Continue reading

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Postcard from Cuba: People connect, governments disconnect

By Laurie S. Miller HAVANA — Sitting in his walker, waiting on his luggage at the Havana Airport, David Hiebert of Lawrence, Kansas, was looking forward to his second trip to Cuba – this time with six family members in … Continue reading

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The Russian connection: Macedonian politics, U.S. news

An Analysis By Benjamin Shultz and Snezhana Stefanovska Shultz Macedonia is in a part of world that is often overlooked. Approximately the size of Vermont and with a population of around two million, the country is impoverished, landlocked, and isolated … Continue reading

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Airport festival attendance soars

By Alexandria Mansfield INDIANA – The annual aviation festival that landed last weekend at the Jimmy Stewart Airport  drew the largest crowd in the event’s two-decade-long history, an airport official said Tuesday. “There were more people here this weekend than … Continue reading

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What compensation for a wrongful conviction?

A Civic Project story By Nathan Zisk INDIANA – At his August 13, 2015, release from state prison after serving 34 years for a crime he did not commit, Lewis “Jim” Fogle said he wanted nothing more than a steak … Continue reading

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