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DUBLIN, Ky. (AP) — The uncle of one of four Amish children killed when their horse-drawn buggy flipped in a rain-swollen creek says the family was on the way home from making a phone call when it happened. The body of Levi Yoder's 11-year-old...
INDIANAPOLIS – It’s no secret Marshall County has been the heavyweight center of Indiana high school wrestling this season. So when it was time to pick a 285-pound state champion, it only made sense that a pair of Marshall County wrestlers...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels says the United States is facing a new "red menace" — debt, not Communism — and conservatives must be realistic in cuts. Daniels, a potential 2012 presidential candidate, said Friday that...
Tags: Elections, Politics, George W. Bush, Washington, DC, White House
INDIANA Boys Penn 75, Marian 70 OT Clay 60, Adams 55 OT St. Joseph's 62, Elkhart Central 46 Washington 69, Mishawaka 55 Culver Military 63, Riley 58 Glenn 60, Argos 42 NorthWood 68, Bremen 31 Knox 40, Plymouth 38 Triton 51, Tippecanoe Valley 35 Elkhart...
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BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan woman who told police she's highly allergic to peanuts wants assault charges against her husband's ex-wife for sending him a letter smeared with peanut butter. The Battle Creek Enquirer reports the woman told...
Tags: Health, Rivers, Allergies, Physical Conditions, Butter
Some of the corn Andrew Davis planted southeast of Columbia won't be coming up because of water that has crept up in the last couple of weeks. Davis, 28, isn't that upset. The land is James River bottom land, and he figures you're successful if you get...
The Hartford Courant— The job to raze 13 homes the town is buying on a Pequabuck River floodplain was awarded Monday to a Bristol contractor. The project was given to the lowest of nine bidders, Martin Laviero Construction, for $258,934. The winning bid was nearly...
Tags: Plainville, Floods, Rivers, Homes
Channel 2 NewsSudden flooding along Rabbit Creek last Friday had a significant impact on a popular wildlife viewing area in Anchorage. Rabbit Creek flows into Potter Marsh and park officials said it's likely the rising water level wiped out several dozen nests...
Contention over flood-fighting methods in communities near the Des Plaines River appears to be continuing after Des Plaines Mayor Matt Bogusz recently asked his counterparts in Mount Prospect and Prospect Heights to sign an agreement laying out how future...
About 90 people took to the shores of the Fort Boonesborough State Park beach for the 21st annual River Sweep Saturday. River Sweep is part of an initiative with the Kentucky River Authority and the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission to clean...
Tags: Ohio River, Rivers
HOT SPRINGS, S.D. - Two weeks from now, the city of Hot Springs is set to close the deal on purchasing Evans Plunge, one of the state's oldest tourist attractions. Back in March Hot Springs residents voted to authorize the city to borrow up to $1.9-...
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The Hartford Courant— Bids have come in to tear down 13 homes the town plans to buy and demolish in the Pequabuck River floodplain. The town council will discuss the bids at its meeting Monday at 7 p.m. Town Manager Robert Lee said the lowest bid was about $258,000,...
Tags: Natural Disasters, Plainville, Quinnipiac River, Floods, Rivers
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