If you are on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, it’s almost a certainty that you have seen a plethora of these videos in August.
I want to know, and I want to know now.
Wells County Council approved a 1.5 percent increase across the board for county employees this week and added $1,000 to the salaries of several county elected officials.
Bluffton-Harrison Metropolitan School District (BHMSD) has incredible momentum because of great students, parents, teachers, administrators, and support staff that work together to make us “Schools of Excellence”...
Apparently, when there is a body of water the size of Angelpond there is an eventual appearance of duckweed.
The death of Robin Williams is a tragedy of the first magnitude, and the aftermath is tying my stomach up in knots.
The summer swimming season will soon come to an end, but discussion about future funding of the Wells Community Swimming Pool will likely stay afloat for some time.
There was recently a list of Indiana’s 50 safest cities promulgated on the Internet. Chief Executive magazine put together the list based on 2012 FBI reports. The list is dated July 27 of this year.
As noted from time to time in this space, one of the great joys of the job I have is the opportunity to meet a variety of people, get to know them and then, if I’m lucky, get to call them “friend.”
Once upon a time it was believed that “no news is good news,” but these days it’s actually true that no news is good news.
It is not typical for a newspaper column, such as Angelkeep Journals that bases its substance on all things of nature, to offer a lesson on measures to kill a desirable flower.
There’s a Norman Rockwell painting titled that shows a working-class man in a dirty jacket and a flannel shirt standing up at a public meeting and stating his opinion.
A petition drive will start to see if the Harrison Twp. voters and property owners want to allow the expansion of the grade school from Aug. 15 to Sept. 15.
Instead of waiting for school to start and tackling my first writing assignment, I will share with you today just what I learned on summer vacation.
When I was a young boy my parents drilled into me the notion that I simply could not, no matter how hard I tried, get something in this world for nothing.
A nest with a unique history was also a nest of extremely unusual architecture.
Over the course of 7 miles of hiking, we saw sandstone ravines, aged forest, gorges, and streambeds that also served as portions of the trail. We crossed bridges, climbed ladders and stuck our heads under two waterfalls...
ESPN, in an attempt to justify its own existence, ran a series of ads a few years ago of people doing strange things. The tagline was: Sports matter.
W.C. Fields has nothing on me.
Somewhere in the depths of last winter’s blustery winter siege came the thought, “Will I survive this winter?”