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A King-sized dream: Dr. Woody Myers inspired by civil rights leader to make a...

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The day the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was killed on April 4, 1968, a passionate dream of making a difference was born within a young Woody Myers.

US expels Russian diplomats; Putin’s forces advance on Ukrainian capital

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The latest on the Russian invasion of Ukraine:

Sheriff’s officer honored for 40 years of service

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Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Department Lt. Thomas Allen Smith was honored Tuesday for 40 years of service to the office and county residents.

‘Black in Indiana’ author to offer tips on collecting family oral histories

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Pioneering Black journalist and author Eunice Trotter will offer tips on collecting family oral histories and share her personal story of researching Black family history in several different free sessions Feb. 4 in the Underground Gallery at the Harrison Center, 1505 N. Delaware St. in downtown Indianapolis.

Dispatches from the Sunshine State

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Now that my husband is fully retired, we tried out the Florida snowbird thing and got away from the cold gray blahs of Indiana winter for a few weeks. Other than the drive there and back, we had a great time. What’s not to love when every day is sunny, and the average temperature hovers around 72?

Columbus man makes time to enjoy life, help others

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A Columbus man has always kept a close eye on the time.

CPD starts testing license plate cameras

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The Columbus Police Department has started testing eight cameras that use artificial intelligence to read and record license plate numbers and other features of vehicles traveling through the city, more than doubling the number of cameras in the county that use the technology.

Area residents can get free legal help

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Legal Aid will hold a free Legal Aid Phone Clinic on Feb. 8 for residents of Jennings County as well as residents in its district, which also includes Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson, Johnson, Rush, and Shelby Counties.

Columbus couple earns Sagamore of the Wabash award

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Gov. Eric Holcomb has given two of Columbus’ biggest arts leaders, overall leaders and philanthropists the state’s Sagamore of the Wabash honor.

Preschool opens fall 2022 registration

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Little Seeds preschool is now enrolling 3-, 4-, 5-year-olds for the fall of 2022.