By Royal Smith - Friday, August 19, 2022 3:36 PM
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A vintage, cast-iron bell hangs at the ready in the tower of Huntington’s Risen Savior Angelican Church. If needed, the bell will ring Aug.
By Royal Smith - Friday, August 19, 2022 3:15 PM
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Rachelle Romera, the kennel manager and assistant animal control officer for the Huntington County Humane Society, recently found four dogs that were in horrific condition.
By Claire Butler - Friday, July 8, 2022 11:41 AM
Pale swallow-wort, an invasive plant species, was recently found in Huntington University’s campus woods making it the only confirmed population in Indiana.
Pale swallow-wort, or vincetoxicum rossicum, is native to Eastern Europe, near the Black Sea. It was likely brought to the U.S. in the late 1800s as an ornamental.
By Claire Butler - Tuesday, June 28, 2022 12:35 PM
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Amethyst Lotus recently hosted a book signing with author Amy Williams where she talked about a heart-centered way of living as seen in her books.
Williams is an author, speaker, and the founder of Parenting Through Prana which is an online resource for heart-centered learning for parents, but also for reparenting ourselves.
“I believe that a huge part of parenting is not just how we form and mold our children but how we learn to heal the things within us so we can be more of who we are and create a safe space for our children to be who they are” Williams said.
By Claire Butler - Friday, June 24, 2022 12:33 PM
The United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA) announced the election of two additional athlete representatives to its Board of Directors.
One of these two new additions is Huntington native Zach Buhler.
Buhler competed in his first Olympic games in Tokyo as a member of the USA Men’s Paralympic Goalball Team which finished fourth.
By Claire Butler - Friday, June 24, 2022 12:31 PM
Dr. Jeffrey F. Sherlock is a professor of International Business and Management at Taylor University who teaches business courses around the world.
He had traveled to a variety of countries including China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, Singapore, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Ecuador, Argentina, Lithuania, Germany, Switzerland, France, Poland, Costa Rica, and Guatemala.
By Claire Butler - Friday, June 24, 2022 11:57 AM
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Brian Young, owner of B. A. Young, Inc., is opening The Hive and Spiritual Celebration Center at 509 E. State St.
Young is a Huntington native and co-owned an electric company in Huntington before starting his own, B.A. Young Inc. in 2000. Since buying the old 509 Church, Young has been working on renovations to transform it into a multi-purpose center where groups can gather for occasions of all kinds.
There will be a dedication ceremony with a date to be determined that includes a reception including cookies, chips, and refreshments. Everybody is welcome to come.
By Claire Butler - Friday, June 24, 2022 10:39 AM
The Huntington Area Recreational Trails Association (HARTA) recently had its sixth annual Beer and Wine festival at the Huntington County 4H Fairgrounds to support their upcoming trail expansion project.
Attendees could sample from Indiana wineries, breweries, ciders, and for the second year, distilleries.
By Claire Butler - Friday, June 10, 2022 3:03 PM
Bobby Blair, retired Green Beret and Huntington native, now teaches JROTC at Huntington North. With 24 years of military training under his belt he has been able to pass that knowledge on to the kids through this program.
Blair enlisted into the Army Reserves as a personnel administration specialist in 1993 while still in high school as part of the split OP program.
This meant that after basic camp in Fort Jackson, SC, the summer before senior year, he would go for army drills in Fort Wayne every month during the school year.
BY LYLA SPATH - Wednesday, May 25, 2022 8:11 AM
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Approximately 50 friends and neighbors gathered to say good-bye to Huntington North High School (HNHS) exchange student Theo Wachs May 21.
Wachs, age 17, is from Koenigstein, Germany, near Frankfurt.
“I came to study in the U. S. to help improve my English,” Wachs said.
Along with learning more English, Wachs had the opportunity to experience American culture first-hand. He noted that some of the major differences between life in Koenigstein and life in Huntington are diet and use of public transit.
Friday, May 13, 2022 10:17 AM
Teijin Automotive Technologies broke ground today to expand the capabilities at its Huntington, Indiana, facility, adding a topcoat line and assembly area.
These additions will enhance the capabilities of the company’s Huntington facility, which currently include compression molding, bonding, water jetting, sanding, and priming.
BY LYLA SPATH - Thursday, May 12, 2022 9:50 AM
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Adoptable dogs from Huntington County Humane Society came out to meet the public at Orscheln’s Farm & Home in Huntington May 7 in hopes of finding their furever family.
“We wanted to give the dogs another opportunity to meet the community in a different way,” said HCHS board member Allison Caley.
“This is a really good experience for the dogs and gets them out of the shelter environment,” she said.
HCHS is a no-kill shelter. They usually have an average of 10 – 15 dogs and 20 cats available for adoption.
BY LYLA SPATH - Tuesday, April 26, 2022 12:20 PM
Huntington native Jerry Whisenhunt, brought home two medals from the United States Powerlifting Association’s (USPA) The War competition, held on Saturday, April 23, in Perrysberg, Ohio.
Athletes participating in the meet were tested to ensure that they were drug-free.
“Throughout the meet, the quote I kept in mind during the meet was ‘As is our confidence, so is our capacity,’ by William Hazlitt,” said Whisenhunt.
Whisenhunt took first place 75kg junior (age 20 - 23) classic raw division.He also took second place 75kg open (age 24 - 35) classic raw division.
Friday, April 22, 2022 12:07 PM
Gov. Eric J. Holcomb and Indiana Department of Natural Resources Director Dan Bortner today announced 38 communities and non-profit organizations will receive a combined $65 million for 77 miles of new trail development as a part of the third round of the Next Level Trails program. With matching funds from applicants, this round is expected to generate total investment of more than $102 million.
Three sections of the Nickel Plate Trail in Indianapolis, Fishers, and Noblesville were selected, as well as local projects in Huntington, Jasper, Middlebury, and Shelbyville.
By Lori Overmyer - Friday, April 22, 2022 11:56 AM
In 1904 Leroy Detamore purchased 400 acres of land in Jefferson Township near his grandfather Levi Detamore. He and his wife, Ivy, worked the farm and had three children, Milford, Dorothy, and Carl.
Milford died young leaving Leroy and Ivy to raise his son George Sr. Together the men grew corn, wheat, and beans and raised pigs and had a dairy farm.
When Leroy passed, George Sr. inherited the farm. He and his wife, Sharon, with their children George Jr., William, and Patsy, worked the farm.