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Remembering Maj. Sam Woodfill
As a young boy growing up in Vevay, Bob Woodfill remembers his relative Sam Woodfill visiting the family on holidays and coming over for dinner.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Barbeque Brothers
When Gene Copeland lifts the lid of his custom smoker to reveal large cuts of pork and chicken thighs resting inside, it's the first time the meat has seen daylight in hours. He keeps the lid closed so the meat can keep soaking in the flavor of the hickory wood burning in a separate compartment below.
Wednesday, August 13, 2014

A Good Season for Hope
Hope Storie walked barefoot from her deck guiding a tour Friday afternoon through her family's garden plot that is ripe with heirloom tomatoes, green beans and beets.
Wednesday, August 6, 2014

New Owner Gives Rescue Horse a Stable Environment
Some horses participate in show arenas year after year during the annual 4-H fair, but one horse participating in the horse show at this year's Jefferson County 4-H Fair wasn't so accustomed to the spotlight.
Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Helping to shape the next Strong Smart & BOLD Generation
One recent Hanover College graduate hopes to use her three focuses in college to help mentor and guide local girls to be "strong, smart and bold."
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Three Cheers for Olivia
Like the football players that she cheered for, Olivia (Ralston) McGarvey has always aspired to reach the NFL. Now, unlike a vast majority of those players, she will get a chance to perform in the big leagues.
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Fond 4-H Fair-well
Cass Lawson learned how to raise and care for a number of animals during her 4-H career, but the organization also helped her learn about herself.
Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Mrs. Madison
Bianca and Jimmy Shane both come from families where hydroplane racing courses through their blood. Ever since they were little, their summer weekends have been spent on a lake or river somewhere watching boats race.
Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Sewing his legacy
Not every shop along Madison's Main Street features a 78-year-old man standing in a traditional Scottish kilt. But Hurley Adams, the owner of Fabric Shop & Embroidery Unlimited, has a style all his own.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

A Natural Fit
It was at Ouabache State Park where Kristie Ridgway discovered her love of Indiana state parks. As a youngster, she visited the Bluffton, Ind., property several times a year - rarely missing a program from the naturalist and interpreter on staff.
Wednesday, June 18, 2014

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