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With a dangerous heat wave arriving in to the Wabash Valley, the need for temporary housing is great, according to the head of a local social service agency. “The number of calls that we have had from the homeless trying to get off the street is mind-boggling,” Suzie Thompson, executive director of Reach Services, said Wednesday.

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A study recently released by found that Indiana residents rank 11th in the country in per-capita annual spending on prescription drugs.

Forgiveness wasn’t a new concept when it freed Eva Kor from a burden of pain. Yet, when this survivor of sadistic atrocities forgave her Nazi tormentors, Kor’s gesture began reverberating around the world. 

GOSHEN — Before she started fighting a number of autoimmune diseases, happy and positive 13-year-old Zoey Edminston grew up living a normal childhood, enjoying spending time with her friends and family.