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I earlier have alluded to the favorite pastime of my dear spousal unit and I: junkin'. Those hours spent browsing, poking, and prodding for hidden treasure through acres of pre-owned flotsam and jetsam cast adrift by indifferent parties. As a by-product, forays into the realm of mercantile o…

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YOUNG POETS — Students in Terri White's self-contained classroom at Elwood Haynes Elementary School perform a poetry reading last Tuesday in front of classmates, parents, and guests. (Left to right) Xander Snow, fourth grade; Ladainian Foster, fifth grade; Jeremy Ebert, fifth grade; and Liam…

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Have you heard of radon? Many people haven’t. Yet, it has a major health impact in the United States. As the second-leading cause of lung cancer, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Surgeon General’s Office estimates that radon has caused over 21,000 lung cancer deaths per year.

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Wow, what an amazing weekend I had attending the 2020 Wild Indiana Outdoors Expo at the Kokomo Event and Conference Center.

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There should be a law stating people over the age of 70 cannot own a computer. After tossing many sheets of paper wasted on creating and copying emails more than 20 years ago, several thoughts have surfaced.

House Bill 1279, authored by state Rep. Ed Soliday, R-Valparaiso, would give the RDA authority to create a "nonprofit entity" that could "solicit and accept private or public funding" to carry out the RDA's goal to spur projects in the Transit Development Districts that are being created in anticipation of the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District's double-track and West Lake Corridor projects.

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The President's impeachment defense lawyer Jay Sekulow said that quid pro quo was not a part of the impeachment charges facing Trump. CNN's Jake Tapper and CNN legal analyst Carrie Cordero fact-check this misleading claim.

The estranged husband of missing Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos said during an interview with NBC's "Dateline" he had a beautiful life before her disappearance, was "enamored" with his girlfriend and that the divorce was the only thing that wasn't positive. CNN's Jean Casarez reports.

The estranged husband of missing Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos said during an interview with NBC's "Dateline" he had a beautiful life before her disappearance, was "enamored" with his girlfriend and that the divorce was the only thing that wasn't positive. CNN's Jean Casarez reports.

CNN's Cristina Alesci has the day's top business headlines after the Closing Bell on Wall Street. (January 22, 2020)

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I earlier have alluded to the favorite pastime of my dear spousal unit and I: junkin'. Those hours spent browsing, poking, and prodding for hidden treasure through acres of pre-owned flotsam and jetsam cast adrift by indifferent parties. As a by-product, forays into the realm of mercantile o…