By Lamont Neal on Monday, October 7th, 2013
We would like to thank the Fraternal Order of Eagles #823 for their recent fundraising events for Huntington County Special Olympics. The volunteers, entertainment and food were fantastic. To those who participated in the auctions and made donations of any kind throughout the day, thank you... Read More...
By Pam Lewis on Wednesday, August 14th, 2013
The Chad Clements family and friends would like to thank everyone that attended or helped in any way with the 3rd Annual Memorial ride. Over $5,800 was raised. This will go to help the Shepherds House in Fort Wayne, a scholarship for a local high school student, softball and tball teams, troops overseas and many other organizations... Read More...
By Keith Hartley on Wednesday, August 14th, 2013
A sincere thank you goes to Ardella Moriarity and Miami Tool and Die for making the 1st annual Harvest Craft Fair for Huntington County Special Olympics a huge success. A big thank you to all who participated, decorated chairs, purchased items from the craft fair and bought food throughout the day... Read More...
By A Concerned Festival Goer on Monday, July 15th, 2013
I was at the Salamonie Summer Festival on Friday when the building collapsed. I was about fifty yards from the building when it came down. Looking down a crowded street and seeing a brick building collapse, is a sight I will never forget. The first thought was, there was surely someone who did not get clear... Read More...
By Lamont Neal on Friday, May 24th, 2013
The family and friends of Spc Chad Clements would like to thank everyone that participated in the 2nd annual softball tourney. A special thanks to Corey Eppard and Justin Hunt for the fireworks and for Stacy Stanley Hines for singing the National Anthem and for the Huntington Fire dept for bringing out the flag... Read More...
By Maria Scott on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013
It is time to make a change! Fifteen percent of the world's children, excluding China, are engaged in child labor. These are children working in dreadful conditions, being forced to grow up fast because of their impoverished conditions. Viking New Tech, a school within Huntington North, is making a stride to end child labor by helping people become informed... Read More...
By Keith and Nancy Hartley on Friday, February 8th, 2013
The 6th Annual Huntington County Schools Special Olympics Basketball Invitational was a huge success. The event included 30 teams from 12 counties and over 300 athletes. The success of the event would not have been possible without the support of Huntington County business and volunteers.
A special thanks go to the businesses and individuals who helped to sponsor the volunteer t-shirts... Read More...
By Dean Beery on Tuesday, January 29th, 2013
Guns don’t kill, people do. I understand the sentiment, but a gun makes it a lot easier and an assault gun with many rounds of ammunition has made too many massacres possible.
Let’s be honest here. There are restrictions on guns now. You can’t go out and buy a machine gun or a rocket propelled grenade for personal use... Read More...
By Lamont Neal on Sunday, November 25th, 2012
Thank you to everyone who has registered for the 8th Annual Pathfinder Kids Kampus Turkey Trot. The event is on track to be a huge success! A special thank you goes out to the local businesses who sponsored the event.
McDonald's of Huntington
Parkview Huntington Hospital
David Culp & Co
First Federal Savings Bank
Marathon A&A Quick-Stop
iAB Financial Bank
I would personally like to thank McDonald's of Huntington for again being an outstanding host for the event... Read More...
By Jo Neal on Friday, November 16th, 2012
The elventh month, the eleventh day
In the hour of eleven it was ended
One year later proclaimed Armistice Day
Reveling those, our country by them defended.
On June one of 1954 Veteran's Day it became
And it still remains
To serve us their life's aim
And it is ours to honor their name... Read More...
By Submitted on Saturday, November 3rd, 2012
Why I Will Vote Glenda Ritz for State Superintendent of Public Instruction
For everyone interested in the election for State Superintendent, I want to answer one question before November 6th:
Why have I worked feverishly to support Glenda Ritz for State Superintendent of Public Instruction?
Current superintendent Tony Bennett’s agenda is a thinly-veiled attempt to allow private corporation take-over of public education... Read More...
By a Huntington parent on Sunday, October 14th, 2012
Can a “21st Century Learning Initiative” Succeed Without Old-Fashioned Common Sense?
In the 19th century, young Hoosiers rarely ventured far from home. Some went to school, when the family could afford it. Yet most of what a child learned to prepare them for adulthood would have been taught at home... Read More...
By Keith and Nancy Hartley on Thursday, October 4th, 2012
The Huntington community deserves a huge THANK YOU for helping Huntington County Schools Special Olympics with another successful road block on September 29. The weather was great and the volunteers, parents, teachers and friends were great. Huntington should be proud of the support it gives to local organizations... Read More...
By Horace Mann on Tuesday, September 25th, 2012
Tony Bennett is scheduled to give his third “State of Education” tomorrow night (Tuesday) in Indianapolis.
After he gave his first such speech in 2010, I wrote an article about data exaggerations he used in his speech. I have reviewed the article from two years ago, and I believe it is appropriate to reprint it for you here as preparation for the speech tomorrow night and as part of the “hold Tony Bennett accountable plan” which culminates in the election on November 6th... Read More...
By Horace Mann on Monday, September 10th, 2012
Tony Bennett is the Republican candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction in Indiana. As an incumbent Republican in a conservative state, he’ll probably receive votes by default... Read More...
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