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  • Stabbed over last rib
    Stabbed over last rib? This gal stabbed her friend in eye in BBQ rib rumble
    Stabbed over a rib? An Indiana woman attending a BBQ was stabbed over the misdeed of taking the last rib. The backyard BBQ beef ended when a friend of the victim decided to plunge a fork into her pal’s eye. The combative food fight put one...
  • 'Sizzling Day of Bacon' at Indiana farm to feature Bacon Brothers Band
    'Sizzling Day of Bacon' at Indiana farm to feature Bacon Brothers Band
    One of the hottest actors in Hollywood will help celebrate the grand opening of Fair Oaks Farms’ newest agritourism attraction, the Pork Education Center on Sunday, June 28. If it’s pork, that celebrity must be ….That’s...
  • Concealed carry
    True ‘common sense’ from an Indiana lawmaker
    Gun prohibitionists repeatedly use the “common sense” argument to push their anti-Second Amendment agenda, but an Indiana state representative, writing yesterday in the Indianapolis Star may have trumped them all with a 353-word...
  • Comfort
    An Interview with Artist C'ecile Duteil
    Last week we began a series featuring the artists who will give life to the MJJ Art Museum. We are all very grateful that they have donated beautiful pieces. It is their works that can actually bring hope and healing to so very many. It is...
  • Notre Dame death
    Notre Dame death: Climbing up on Notre Dame roof, grad slips, falls to his death
    A Notre Dame death left students and faculty stunned at the prestigious University of Notre Dame in Indiana. The death comes one day before graduation ceremonies. According to a Notre Dame release, a 21-year-old senior from Colorado gained access...
  • HIV cases jump dramatically in rural Indiana despite emergency needle exchange
    HIV cases jump dramatically in rural Indiana despite emergency needle exchange
    Despite a needle exchange program authorized by Indiana Governor Mike Pence the end of last month, cases of HIV, primarily contracted through the use of intravenous prescription painkiller Opana, jumped by 24 in Scott County just in the past week...
  • Impaired driver crash
    Intoxicated driver injured in rollover crash
    PUTNAM COUNTY— Indiana State Police and Putnam County emergency agencies responded to a one-vehicle rollover crash on the westbound exit ramp of Interstate 70 at US 231 around 5:15 p.m. yesterday.ISP Sgt. Joe Watts reports that Patricia L....
  • Gay wedding cake
    A misguided debate about religious freedom
    Tuesday, the Huffington Post reported how Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff spearheaded a national campaign against Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act and won. The question remains, after all who fought the good fight have stopped to take a...
  • Members of the gay community lend support, apologize to Indiana Pizzeria
    Members of the gay community lend support, apologize to Indiana Pizzeria
    An Indiana pizzeria, Memories Pizza based in Walkerton, Indiana, owned and operated by a Christian family was the target of the liberal mainstream news and the radical LBGT organization due to their decision not to cater gay weddings, not only has...
  • Freedom Indiana
    Straight talk about religious freedom restoration acts
    If you’re like most Americans you have seen the battles played out in Indiana and Arkansas regarding some new law that may or may not restrict gay civil rights. Some law that may or may not be the same law enacted in twenty other states. A...
  • Rush Limbaugh
    Rush Limbaugh: Left has a 'fear and hatred of Christianity'
    On Monday, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh said the left in America has a fear and hatred of Christianity, which drives much of what is seen as a culture war in the country. Limbaugh prefaced the remark by noting how liberals seem to...
  • Angie's List opposes religious freedom in Indiana
    Angie's List opposes religious freedom in Indiana
    Angie's List, the wildly popular website featuring reviews of local businesses, recently stepped into the debate over the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) in Indiana by announcing they were not following through with a $40 million...
  • Pizzeria: 840K raised for shuttered pizzeria supporting Religious Freedom bill
    Pizzeria: 840K raised for shuttered pizzeria supporting Religious Freedom bill
    A pizzeria will accept, with open arms, a whopping $840K that has been raised by donators for the proprietors of this once-unknown, tiny pizza shop in Walkerton, Indiana. After a news reporter hypothetically asked the restaurant’s owners if...
  • Asst. Chief Shawn Keen
    Terre Haute Police seek robbery suspects
    UPDATE:Assistant Chief Shawn Keen reports that the following individuals have been arrested on the following preliminary charges related to the investigation into the Armed Robbery at 19th Street and Margaret Ave, the Attempted Armed Robbery at...
  • Reporter who attacked Memories Pizza faces Twitter, Facebook backlash
    Reporter who attacked Memories Pizza faces Twitter, Facebook backlash
    You're likely familiar with all the liberal fury directed at Memories Pizza, the Indiana pizzeria who dared to say they supported the state's Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). You're likely not familiar, however, with the...
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