What would mealtime have been like for our hunter-gatherer ancestors? What sorts of foods would have been on the menu in Indiana 500 years ago? What if you woke up tomorrow and discovered there were no restaurants, no grocery stores and no farms? Would there be anything good left to eat?!
When Sabrina Andonegui Meneses finally held a copy of her first book, "Even Teddy Bears Get Mad!: Anger is Okay," in her hands last June, she felt "very, very proud of myself. Really proud."
Batesville resident Scott Henderson met Lexington, Kentucky, resident Jenna Gilfedder in 2010 at their favorite Young Life summer camp at Timber Wolf Lake in Michigan, where both were volunteer leaders.
“New Looks at old Health Tips” was Dr. Mary Robertson's presentation topic April 27 at the Southeastern Indiana YMCA. She discussed "one great big topic and four or six small topics, small bites of information that I think are kind of new and useful tips."
- Hill-Rom expansion will add jobs here
- Batesville teen arrested after many vehicle thefts
- Man fatally shot after pointing firearm at officers near Sunman
- Stolen pickup found in Franklin County
- Deputies investigate death at Metamora Wastewater Treatment Plant
- Former coach pleads guilty to child seduction
- Shopko in Batesville will close
- Advocacy center evolves to meet children's needs
- Use of tower would aid in communication
- Farmers feeling tremors over tariffs on soybeans