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Fake hunting lease leads to arrest of Indiana man

A French Lick man is facing charges after allegedly drafting fake hunting leases and allowing his clients to trespass on multiple properties in Orange County, including the French Lick Resort property.
12/3/2015
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Luke’s account intended to share own views on Christ

The writers and editors of the various books of our Bible make few personal references. More often, they do not identify themselves. Most of the names appearing on various books of the Bible were attached sometime later.
12/3/2015
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Reading God’s Word, praying isn’t busy work; it’s essential

Last winter’s sub-zero temperatures added meaning to the phrase, “Keep the home fires burning.”
12/3/2015
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Auction is trip along memory lane for Illinois man’s friends

Verlan Heberer was a soft-spoken man. He was a gentleman who had a love of old equipment – in particular, John Deere. This past August, Verlan passed away after a farming accident.
12/3/2015
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Holiday children’s book can double as priceless present

It came as a complete surprise to you. You had no idea; not a clue, but it made you happy anyway. You didn’t even know it was possible, but there it was: Santa visits Grandma’s house, too.
12/3/2015
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Adele’s latest work earns praise from music lovers

Like any good mechanic, you have to have many different tools in your tool box to do your job.
12/3/2015
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Temps in northern states soon to fall 3 degrees per week

In northern counties of Ohio and Indiana the average temperatures continue to drop at the rate of 3 degrees every seven days, in southern counties, the rate has started to slow to 2 degrees every week.
12/3/2015
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Producers hope American Harvest reaches beyond farm audience

A Minnesota farmer whose operation is featured in a new television series said he hopes the project will help explain some of the complexities of modern agriculture to the general public.
12/3/2015
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OSU Extension offer Annie’s Project, women’s risk management course

Women in agriculture who want to take a more active role in the farm are invited to sign up for Annie’s Project, a risk management course offered by Ohio State University (OSU) Extension.
12/3/2015
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Annie’s Project launches new website

Annie’s Project – Education for Farm Women (APEFW) is excited to announce the launch of its new website, www.anniesproject.org
12/3/2015
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