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Trinity River Band keeps family first

FAMILY BAND: The Harris family of Mike, Lisa, Brianna, Sarah and Joshua tours the country as the Trinity River Band.

by Tim Tedeschi - ttedeschi@chronicle-tribune.com Long drives and late nights spent together make it easy for bandmates touring the country to begin to feel like a family. It’s even easier for the Trinity River Band because they actually are a family. The ban

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Montgomerys celebrate 50 years

Andrew and Claudia (Cole) Montgomery, of Markle, will celebrate 50 years of marriage on Aug. 23, 2019. They were married in a small United Methodist country church in Jalapa, Indiana in 1969. Both are graduates of Marion High School and Indiana Wesleyan University.

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Announcing the engagement of Valeria Horton, Jermaine Garcia

Evelyn Williams and the late Henry Williams of Marion, Indiana announce the engagement and future marriage of their daughter Valeria Horton of Marion, IN to Jermaine Garcia of Portmore, Jamaica, the son of the late Claudette Garcia and Roy Garcia of Portmore, Jamai

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Happenings at MPL

Library Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Museum closes on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 5:30 p.m. and is open Tuesdays and Thursdays until 8 p.m. The Library and Museum is closed on Sundays through Labor Day weeke

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Don't do these things during a storm

Rachael O. Phillips Living in the Midwest in Thunder Alley, we all have familiarized ourselves with do’s and don’ts regarding severe weather. However, despite blow-by-blow advice from panicked TV weather experts, we often risk lightning strikes and othe

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Ridding your house of the 'what if' stuff

Linda Wilk Back in the day when I went to college if you wanted to show someone how you set up your dorm room you would take a photo, get the roll of film developed and then mail the photos to your friend or family member. Oh, how things have changed. By the time w

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