Elkhart and Kosciusko Edition
Each month Senior Life will be printing a short story by Woodworth that relates to days gone by. This is the first of two parts on the chapter titled “Free liver from Terry’s Meat Market” from the book “Growin’ Up Poor.
Dennis and Pam Cory were happy to see people from home and showed us parts of Hamburg we had not seen on previous outings.
Since Mohsen Panah has started going to the gym he has experienced a difference in his performance at work.
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Pilot Jim Holbrook describes flying as relaxing and peaceful. He said, “Being in the air, and the birds eye view, it’s amazing.”
After working in non-profits for 25 years, Bill Rieth knew that he wanted a job where he could continue to help the community.
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It would not be the first time a city has made an historical blunder in appreciating and saving its rich and interesting past.
Jim and Lois Bare have made it their mission to better their community through volunteering.
Although this summer is seemingly zipping by, there remains plenty of time to get out and enjoy the warm summer weather.
In front of the city hall in Hamburg we found the most unusual taxi… called a Fahrradtaxi-ruf.
This is the second of a two-part story on D-Day.
Mary Hoffman and Ruth Ridgway were both part of Mentone High School’s graduating class of 1934. The two were school pals.
Many people celebrate the Fourth of July by going camping with their families in the warm summer air. Karen Slagle, a member of Nappanee First Brethren Church, took her very first camping trip over the Fourth of July in 1976.