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The Gift That Got Away

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The road has always called to me.  I think I might have started counting down to my sixteenth birthday when I was around four…because getting a license meant freedom.  Until I was 14, I lived on a busy country highway about three miles outside of town.  That meant I couldn’t ...

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Rick Michael’s Tunes Around Town

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Rick Michael’s run down of what’s up this week: December 11-16, 2017 December 11, 2017 Open Mic with Jack Gibson / Swizzle Stick 7:00 to 9:00 December 12, 2017 Lonesome Train / Wasser Brewing Company 7:00 to 9:00 December 13, 2017 Jay Carpenter / Moore’s Bar 8:00 to 11:00 December ...

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The Beauty and Benefits of Ballet

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by Samantha Mele photos courtesy of Deborah Grammel At four o’clock in the basement of the Green Center for the Performing Arts at DePauw University, Debbie Grammel and her troop of young ballerinas are in the studio working diligently on their dance moves. Local Greencastle girls, ranging in ages from ...

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Winter House: Chapter 2

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Fiction by Christian Shuck Featured Image by Alia Shuck Click Here to Read Chapter One Chapter Two September 25th, 2016 The buzzer on the oven timer let out a high tone, indicating the seconds had run out. Terry left the couch to walk into the kitchen and check on the ...

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