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Dorothy Drummond met people all over this sphere we call Earth, traveling to more than 80 countries. She didn't keep those experiences to herself. Dorothy shared them with thousands through her teaching, writing and advocacy for geography literacy and hunger relief. She wanted folks, young and old, to understand their surroundings and those of people thousands of miles away.

It's not too late to get a vaccination

The dreaded flu virus hasn't taken hold yet this season, but that doesn't mean it isn't lurking, ready to exploit a weakened populace and wreak havoc in families, workplaces and entire communities.

Outsiders may think of Terre Haute as an arts-and-culture getaway destination, just like other Hoosier towns such as Bloomington, Columbus, West Lafayette, Carmel, Noblesville, Nashville and Madison.The tricky part is getting the insiders to also see

As I watched events unfold these past few days in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, one image kept recurring.

That of a cat playing with a trapped mouse.

No matter what the law provides, the general rule is pedestrians have the right of way. No mystery here: it’s the law of gross tonnage. When a motor vehicle and a pedestrian collide, the human body obviously has the most to lose.

Six-year-old Eden Hoppes always wanted to be a Cub Scout. She attended meetings since she was 4-years-old and wanted to do things that Brownies and Girl Scouts don’t do, things like shooting BB guns, shooting archery and tying knots.

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