History of 'Taps'


Photo by Steve Clark.

Thomas Aquinas Parker reads the history of “Taps,” the bugle call that is played during military funerals, during the Huntington Veterans Day Ceremony at Memorial Park on Saturday, Nov. 11. Parker is the grandson of Thomas Parker, a Navy corpsman who died in the Vietnam War. A bronze statue commemorating the fallen Parker, whose body was never recovered, was unveiled during the ceremony.

Huey fllight


Photo by Steve Clark.

An American Huey 369 that was flown in the Vietnam War passes over Memorial Park during the Huntington Veterans Day Ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 11.

Veterans Day fly-over


Photo by Steve Clark.

A pair of fighter planes fly over Memorial Park during the Huntington Veterans Day Ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 11.

Veterans Day Parade


Photo by Steve Clark.

Walkers in the Huntington Veterans Day Parade on Saturday, Nov. 11, hold up pictures of local servicemen who lost their lives in combat.

Veterans Day 5K


Photo by Steve Clark.

Kyler Hoopingarner and Charlotte Borland (second and third from left, respectively) keep pace with another runner as the three proceed up Bartlett Street during a running competition that proceeded the Huntington Veterans Day Parade on Saturday, Nov. 11.

Big second quarter does it for Forester women in win over Judson

Sam Hammel (left) and Sarah Fryman.
Photos provided.

A big second quarter was the difference for the Huntington University women’s basketball team in a 79-69 win over host Judson University on Saturday, Nov. 11.

Trailing the Eagles at the end of the first quarter, 20-16, the Foresters turned the game on its head in the second, pouring in 29 points while holding the hosts to 18 to capture the lead, 45-38, going into the half. The third quarter saw the Foresters bump their advantage out to 57-48 while the final frame saw them lead by as many as 16 before they settled for the 10-point triumph.

Second half bombing pushes TIU past Foresters in HOF championship game

Strong second-half shooting helped Trinity International University hand the Huntington University men’s basketball team a 90-77 loss in the championship game of the Ness Bros. Hall of Fame Tournament at Platt Arena on Saturday, Nov. 11.

FFA holiday market


Photo by Scott Trauner.

Huntington North High School FFA member Hailey Alford tries on a creation made by Beth Fulton of Loose End Knits at the holiday market hosted by the FFA chapter on Saturday, Nov. 11, at HNHS. 

Decorative birdhouse


Photo by Scott Trauner.

Lisa Reinke, of Andrews, decorates a mini-birdhouse during a decorative mini-birdhouses session at the Andrews-Dallas Township Public Library on Saturday morning, Nov. 11. The event was sponsored by the Friends of the Andrews Library.

Strong second quarter propels Warsaw past Lady Vikes

Rileigh Johnson (second from left), a senior on the Huntington North High School girls’ varsity basketball team, attempts to get a shot off as defenders from visiting Warsaw converge on her position during the Lady Vikings’ home opener on Friday, Nov. 10. Huntington North lost, 55-48.
Photo by Steve Clark.

A strong second quarter helped propel visiting Warsaw to a 55-48 win over the Huntington North High School girls’ varsity basketball team on Friday, Nov. 10.

After leading by just a point at the end of the first quarter, 9-8, the Lady Tigers outscored the Lady Vikings by a wide margin in the second, 18-9, to craft a 27-17 advantage going into the break. Coach Heidi Lawson’s squad tried catching up in the second stanza, but only managed to chip two points off the deficit by the close of three frames, 40-32, and one more beyond that by the end buzzer.

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