Elkhart and Kosciusko Edition
It’s safe to say that the 52-year marriage of Olimpio and Pat Guidi has been punctuated with fascinating professional experiences, but it was a ultimately a personal situation that drew the couple into retirement in Indiana.
Though Carol Burkholder, Elkhart, is retired, the word has not found its way into her vocabulary. “I cannot keep still,” she said.
Valentine’s Day is coming and what better way to celebrate than interviewing local couples. The following couples agreed to share their stories, retold in brief.
Arriving in Berlin we enjoyed a bus tour of the city, which included a boat ride.
The Seelys visit the second largest city in Germany - Hamburg.
“I’ve worked with children before, and I taught Sunday school at church,” says Fran Craig of Child Evangelism Ministries in Elkhart. “I felt like this was the niche for me.”
Winter is the season for falls, slips on icy streets and other dangers that can be especially harmful for older adults.
In your youth you’re obsessed with looks, but as you reach a certain age, many stop living, when earth and heaven’s wonders are still worth exploration.
Wish these seniors a very happy birthday this month!
Many folks in Kosciusko County will remember Judy Snipes from her long career in county government, including two terms as county treasurer. See what is going on in her life today.
While serving the county since 1957, Kosciusko Community Senior Services is embarking on a new path of increasing awareness and programming under the new leadership of Executive Director Dennis Judy.
In an analysis of 446 compounds for their the ability to boost the innate immune system in humans, researchers in the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University discovered just two stood out from the crowd — the resveratrol found in red grapes and a compound called pterostilbene from blueberries.
Congratulations to this year's top prize winner of our annual Take Us Along Contest!
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Steam trains and baggagemen were busy on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, 1945, at Elkhart’s depot and baggage room