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  • Coyotes cruise countryside without making waves

    Coyotes cruise countryside without making waves

    The opportunistic coyote is cruising Dubois County’s fields and fence rows, but it is apparently staying under the radar while doing so.

  • During Lent, some give out rather than give up

    During Lent, some give out rather than give up

    A growing group of Catholics skipped the fasting and instead vowed to help people, make the world a better place, pay it forward.

  • Eggshell-ent

    Eggshell-ent

    The Jasper Jaycees dyed 150 dozen eggs — that’s a grand total of 1,800 — for the Easter egg hunt at the park at 10 a.m. Saturday.

  • Cats, Jeeps soak up surprises aplenty

    Cats, Jeeps soak up surprises aplenty

    A snow storm in early March, abbreviated outdoor practices thereafter, send ’em on spring break and then ... boom. Who’s ready for a track meet?

  • Raiders maintain level head amid hits, misses

    Raiders maintain level head amid hits, misses

    The process of self-discovery is underway for Southridge baseball, and the Raiders learned a few bullet points Tuesday.

  • Latest developments on religious-objection laws

    Latest developments on religious-objection laws

    Pence’s move on Tuesday to quell a backlash over the law came as Arkansas lawmakers defied criticism and passed similar legislation that now heads to the governor. Here's a look at the latest developments.

  • Catholic school teacher honored with award

    Catholic school teacher honored with award

    Precious Blood School third-grade teacher Kathy Wolf, left, embraced students Maya Knies and Grace Cassidy after learning she received a Peabody Energy Leaders in Education award during a surprise assembly Tuesday at the Jasper school.