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Pairings for the Indiana State Baseball Tournament were drawn this morning. Sectional competition begins Wednesday, May 22, and continues through Monday, May 27 (Memorial Day), with the 64 champions advancing to a four-team regional on Saturday, June 1....
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Moravian College held graduation ceremonies 10 a.m. May 11. The ceremony concludes the 271st academic year at Moravian, America's sixth-oldest college. Moravian College President Christopher M. Thomforde conferred degrees to approximately 398 bachelor...
Q: I parked my car in my restaurant's lot yesterday because of street construction. I looked up at the usual towing warning sign and noticed two very unusual qualifications: "$400/hr. for motorcycles" and "vehicles with for sale signs will be towed." Is...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Their last attempt at a conversation ended without any actual words being exchanged. Ara Parseghian just trusted that long-time friend Joe Doyle would be better the next day, even though the 92-year-old South Bend Tribune sports editor...
The News-SentinelDerrick Smits is far from being an NBA All-Star caliber player. Today. But in the race to greatness, the Zionsville High School sophomore has a jump start on others that have walked that path, most notably his father, former Indiana Pacer center --...
Q: This is the second year for my rhubarb plant and it has several blooms (looks like a cauliflower) with the stalks. Is this normal or is it a fungus? —Carole Rohrbach A: The blooms are the flowers of the rhubarb. They usually appear on mature...
The IHSAA released the pairings for the 2013 state softball tournament on Thursday. Three hundred seventy-one teams will battle for the state crown in four classes. Sectional action runs May 20-25 with the 64 survivors moving into a one-game regional...
Detroit Free PressIt appears Michigan basketball will have another new face this fall following a Final Four appearance. Andrew Dakich, a point guard from Zionsville, Ind., and son of ESPN analyst Dan Dakich, has committed to the Wolverines as a preferred walk-on for...
Detroit Free PressMichigan must hope its night football games are a little more successful this season. ESPN/ABC announced the Big Ten's night-game schedule Monday and U-M was lined up for two -- the previously announced Sept. 7 hosting of Notre Dame and the Oct. 12 game...
Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Ind.The 30-year-old Monticello driver who was attacked by another driver in a 2011 crash was arrested Thursday more than a year after the crash. Lucas Wilkerson was arrested on a warrant for four charges stemming from a Dec. 8, 2011, crash in which he...
The Times LeaderThousands of flights were cancelled this week nationwide as hundreds of air traffic controllers were furloughed, leaving airports short in a key safety measure. And though there were no delays reported at the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International...
The Lebanon Reporter, Ind.Although it improved slightly from February, unemployment in Lebanon remained marginally higher than Indiana's rate in March; Zionsville's jobless rate inched upward, and Boone County's overall rate was essentially unchanged at 7.7 percent. More than 7,...
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