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Carolyn S. Grabbe, 78, Kokomo, answered her Savior’s call to go home at 7:38 am Monday, November 30, 2020, at her home. She was born May 7, 1942, to Richard and Dorothea (Hudson) Young, in Tipton County. On June 16, 1962, she married David Grabbe at the Russiaville First Baptist Church, and …

When it comes to making news about protests and action for liberal causes, schools in New England seem to dominate the news. We’ve seen violence and protests surrounding visits from Charles Murray and Ryszard Legutko at Middlebury College. Brown University spent hundreds of millions of dollars in response to student protests related to questions of diversity and inclusion. Yale has seen numerous protests and student arrests, and students there attacked and harassed a faculty couple who headed a residential college in 2015 claiming that they felt unsafe because of an email message about Halloween costumes.

U.S. farmer sentiment weakened following the November 2020 elections. The Purdue University-CME Group Ag Economy Barometer decreased 16 points from a month earlier, to a reading of 167. Although this month’s reading was almost equal to the pre-pandemic number set back in February, it was 9 percent less than the sentiment reading taken just two weeks prior to the 2020 elections.

As of Nov. 27 there are a few lingering fields of corn still standing in the area. After a few days of rain before Thanksgiving, it will be a little bit until those fields are dry enough to finish. We have continued to work on the list of projects that accumulated during the course of the year. It’s nice to clear off the workbench of stockpiled parts for various projects. We’ve also been selling some hay in the form of small squares, large squares and round bales.

OPINION  A bitter election season is ending; the shape of the Biden Administration and Congress is becoming clear. Just as clear is another political reality – Washington next year will be, if anything, more divided than it was before. 

Although Michael Flynn was only Donald Trump's national security adviser for 23 days, his rise, fall and resurgence -- sort of -- function as fitting bookends of Trump's four years in the White House. In the latest episode of The Point, CNN's Chris Cillizza explains why this often-overlooked…

Zoom CFO Kelly Steckelberg says remote work will continue even after a vaccine is available. The company has also seen growth in their customer base with fewer than 10 employees and has launched an event hosting platform to meet those needs.