Elkhart and Kosciusko Edition
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.
Myrl Nofziger has traveled the world, and seen many Independence Day celebrations. However, one of his favorite memories comes from when he was 20, and spent 1 1/2 years in Washington, D.C.
Each month Senior Life will be printing a short story by Woodworth, which relates to days gone by. This is the first of two parts on the chapter titled “The Ford with the round back window” from the book “Growin’ Up Poor.”
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While others were out celebrating the Fourth of July in the usual ways, Pat VanDyke was recovering from her extended pregnancy at Elkhart General Hospital.
Bill Allen retired from the art business — making and selling custom jewelry for over 20 years — into, well, another art business.
Mike Judson, Middlebury, has been reenacting for 19 years, focusing on the periods of the French and Indian War and the War of 1812, marking its bicentennial. On a yearly basis, he reenacts in five to six events.
Everyone told us we had to visit St. Michael’s Church while we were in Hamburg, Germany.
Dr. Robert M. “Doc” Abel, Wakarusa, was among the nominees and recipient for Hoosier Lifetime Award at the 18th annual Age of Excellence Awards held on May 8 in South Bend.
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Digital technology continues to permeate every aspect of modern life. There are certainly benefits to adopting modern technology, but some seniors would rather not.
Northern Indiana seems to be in the throes of pleasant, summer time weather. This, of course, means people all over the area are grabbing their golf clubs and hitting the links. And this excites Denny Hepler.
For two Grace College sweethearts, Donna and Tom Miller, Winona Lake is the place God has put them and they feel blessed to be there.
Howard Terrell is not sure what inspired him to begin composing music at an early age. “I just felt compelled to create,” he said.
Even if he didn’t know it at the time, former Wakarusa Town Manager Tom Roeder was ready for a career change.