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South Bend TribuneKintae Lark has no doubt that Charlotte Pfeifer is a phenomenal woman. Just before he presented Charlotte with an award, Kintae told a personal story about how she has made a difference in his life. The occasion was the Phenomenal Woman Awards program...
We had the chance to play host to Indiana Gov. Mike Pence just a few weeks back. During his remarks, the governor challenged everyone in the room to do their part in contributing to Indiana's success. That got me thinking about our own community, and the...
Life inside Mishawaka High School is based on energy. The halls are alive. Chaos for about five minutes, several times a day. Prom’s coming up. There’s a buzz. Walk into Room 124, it all changes. Lotta love here. Unconditional love. TJ...
Robert Pitts played football at Adams High School in South Bend. Now he can see his alma mater from the front window of his new restaurant where he serves southern barbecue. Ashley Swanson and his wife found their starter home nestled in River Park....
South Bend TribuneThe big dance. Hannah Jacobs, 17, is a fighter. And she has a bunch of friends in Plymouth who are fighting along with her. Sometimes fighting takes the form of dancing. Hannah is a junior at Plymouth High School. She serves as student president and co-...
Tags: Teachers, Students, Teaching and Learning, Entertainment, Dance
South Bend TribuneSometimes a thought or a phrase is enough to cause a spark. Sophie Campbell said she takes those sparks and writes poems. She said she tries to write the ideas down whenever they cross her mind. She keeps her iPad nearby just in case. Sophie is 12 and she...
At last, the concrete trail linking the St. Joseph River trails in South Bend and Mishawaka is finished. On Friday, the city of South Bend dedicated the new 1.2-mile extension of the Northside Trail for walkers, bicyclists, wheelchair riders and other...
In football, a prevent defense often is used by a team with a narrow lead near the end of a game to guard against a big play by the opponent. It can stymie the opponent. Or, sometimes, it can lead to shorter but effective gains that enable the opponent to...
Tags: Radio, Mitch Daniels, Politics, Barack Obama, Tea Party Movement
We've spent a lot of ink over the past several months discussing all of the initiatives that are under way to jump-start the region's economy. Nearly every opportunity is being mined and there are numerous indications that efforts are starting to pay...
By WILLIAM P. HOJNACKI I am very disappointed in the way that the Obama administration is dealing with the Republicans in the ongoing discussions concerning the federal budget. The administration has, once again, allowed the Republicans to set the agenda...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Charlotte Pfeifer was a 20-year-old wife and mother when she watched part of the city burn. Pfeifer, a former member of the South Bend Common Council, on Thursday recalled her memories of civil rights unrest in South Bend in 1967, when...
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