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  • Cemetery adds Field of Honor for vets

    SOUTH BEND — Someday, the Field of Honor at Highland Cemetery will tell many stories. The story of MacDonald "Mac" Kuykendall, of South Bend, is one his wife said she wants heard loud and clear this Veteran’s Day. He was the first veteran to...
  • Soldier's family's holiday diminished

    Soldier's family's holiday diminished
    SOUTH BEND - The Taylor & Wilson family is celebrating Thanksgiving on the home front, but they're thinking about a loved one serving in Kuwait. It's just another day for 25-year-old Jerri Taylor, who is serving at Camp Arifjan, which is an Army military...
  • In celebration of apples: Annual Niles festival attracts hundreds

    In celebration of apples: Annual Niles festival attracts hundreds
    NILES - Sunshine broke through Saturday in time for the grand parade of the 39th annual Four Flags Apple Festival. Hundreds of adults and children lined the street to watch as city officials, bands, floats, firetrucks and police officers on motorcycles...
  • Apples take center stage in Niles

    Apples take center stage in Niles
    NILES — Sunshine broke through today in time for the grand parade of the 39th annual Four Flags Apple Festival. Hundreds of adults and children lined Broadway to watch as city officials, bands, floats, firetrucks and police officers on...
  • Longtime ND geneticist dies

    To University of Notre Dame geneticist Harvey A. Bender, science was more than a technical discipline — it was an adventure story. That's what his daughter, Dr. Leslie Bender, of Baltimore, recalls about her dad, who died Saturday at the age of 78....
  • October 10 - 14

    Dark Girls - Platinum - Halloween Costumes - Rabbi Shmuley - Schoolhouse Rock - Steven Brill - Doyle & Debbie Show - Billy Corgan - Ziggy Marley Monday, October 10 Dark Girls Screen and discussion with Bill Duke Tonight 7:00 p.m. DuSable Museum 740...
  • "Ten Moonstruck Piglets" by Lindsay Lee Johnson

    "Ten Moonstruck Piglets" by Lindsay Lee Johnson
    "Ten Moonstruck Piglets" By Lindsay Lee Johnson, illustrated by Carll Cneut Clarion, $16.99, ages 4-6 When a narrative poet harnesses a splendid sound, there really are no more questions to ask. Here's a read-aloud that sings. "When the full moon...
  • Woody Austin to compete in Wichita Open Shootout

    Woody Austin to compete in Wichita Open Shootout
    Derby resident and three-time PGA TOUR winner Woody Austin will highlight the list of golf professionals participating in next Monday’s Scholfield Hyundai Shootout at Crestview Country Club.  The shootout, which starts at 6:00 pm on the back-9, will...
  • Family members talk about their link to Tuskegee Airmen

    Family members talk about their link to Tuskegee Airmen
    SOUTH BEND -- A South Bend woman and her family have a strong connection to the Tuskegee Airmen who have been recognized particularly this February during Black History Month in the movie "Red Tails." Evelyn Baugh and her sister, the late Agnes...
  • Commentary: Lying about military service is not protected speech

    Xavier Alvarez, after being elected in 2007 to the Three Valleys Municipal Water District in Pomona, introduced himself at his first board meeting as a wounded war veteran who had received the Medal of Honor, our nation's highest honor. But when it was...
  • Bella needs 'the match' to live ... you might be her find

    Bella needs 'the match' to live ... you might be her find
    Bella O’Dell is still fighting to receive “The Match” that will save her life. The 4-year old, of Elkhart, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) a year ago and recently relapsed and is in need of a bone marrow...
  • Death row's IQ divide

    LAST MONTH, the state of Texas executed James Lee Clark, a plumber's assistant who raped and killed a teenage girl. Clark's lawyers argued in vain that their client, a high school dropout with a low IQ, should have been spared because of his mental...