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True Exodus Range Day and Interview

Baret Fawbush of the popular Instagram account True Exodus recently held a public range day in his background shooting gallery just outside the Southern Indiana town of Poseyville. Admission was free as long as folks signed a COVID-19 release form. This wasn’t the first shoot that Baret had hosted behind the church that he is […] Read More … The post True Exodus Range Day and Interview appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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TRUEXODUS Range Day and Interview

Baret Fawbush of the popular Instagram account TRUEXODUSrecently held a public range day in his background shooting gallery just outside the Southern Indiana town of Poseyville. Admission was free as long as folks signed a COVID-19 release form. This wasn’t the first shoot that Baret had hosted behind the church that he is currently serving […] Read More … The post TRUEXODUS Range Day and Interview appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Instagram, Guns, Public, Shotguns, Editorial, Shoot, Southern Indiana, Pistols, Rifles, NFA / Suppressors / Class III, Baret, Machine Guns, Range Day, AR Patterned, COVID, True Exodus


Pedestrian finds baby alive in bag along Indiana roadway

SEYMOUR, Ind. (AP) — Southern Indiana police say an infant found abandoned inside a bag left near a roadway is alive and healthy. Seymour police say a person walking their dog found the child Tuesday afternoon along a fence row about 20 yards (18 meters) from a road on Seymour’s southeast side. Officers called to […]
Tags: News, Indiana, Ap, Nation, Southern Indiana, Seymour, Seymour Ind


Women to Read August/September 2019

Women To Read is a regular column from A.C. Wise highlighting female authors of speculative fiction and recommending a starting place for their work. Welcome to another Women to Read! I’m writing this in the depths of summer, so what better time to discuss books featuring hauntings and death? Every season is a ghost season if you have the right frame of mind, and it’s never too early to prepare for Halloween. Sarah Waters is an award-winning novelist based in London, and m...
Tags: Books, London, River, Portland Oregon, Sarah Waters, Mel, Starling, Michael, Faraday, Jojo, Ward, Richie, Gillian, Jesmyn Ward, Caroline, Southern Indiana


Mastodon bones from the Ice Age discovered on farm in Southern Indiana

Crews working on a sewer project discovered mastodon bones behind a family farm in Seymour, Indiana.            [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
Tags: News, Southern Indiana, Louisville Courier Journal, Seymour Indiana


Best roadside lookouts in the US

Road trips are about a great many things. Cool playlists of the best song about every state. Excuses to eat more fast food in a week than you have since 2014. Gas station bathrooms. But they’re also about breaking up the monotony of the open road with a rest at a scenic lookout over something you’ve never seen before. It could be a mountain range, sprawling desert, or sweeping view of a modern city, but there’s something about scenic viewpoints that make us want to take a few minutes and appr...
Tags: All, Lookouts, Roadside Lookouts, Roadside Viewpoints, Viewpoints


Indiana State Police: Three people believed dead after plane crashes in Southern Indiana

Authorities say there are multiple people dead after a small plane crashed outside Memphis, Indiana            [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
Tags: News, Indiana, Southern Indiana, Louisville Courier Journal, Memphis Indiana


A Forgotten Lincoln in our Hosta Chain

This will be the only garden rant you’ll ever read connecting Abe Lincoln, Southern Indiana, hostas and dirt. We will begin with the dirt. Lots of dirt. A sprawling pile of fresh dirt. Its source was the hole created digging the new foundation for an old dream; a back-of-the-house family room from which to sit and admire our gardens free from heat, mosquitoes and blossom end rot. A Heineken in hand is always a useful companion. That pile of dirt was in the heavy shade of a home-grown sugar-mapl...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Gardening, Japan, World, United States, Broadway, Heineken, Lincoln, Irs, PAUL, Lowe, Abraham Lincoln, Southern Indiana, China Korea, Abe


The Evodia Tree – Finding Love in an English Garden

So we were wandering the English Countryside in search of plants new, old, interesting, useful and lovely. The “new” and “old” part was made particularly easy for me because I had never before been to England and knew almost nothing of its plants. This was many years ago. I was the new gardening kid on the block. My Latin was limited to a miserable year in high school working on amo, amas, amat. That total ignorance was made much easier on this trip because one traveling companion was Woody Pla...
Tags: Gardening, England, United States, States, University Of Georgia, Southern Indiana, Logee, Bob Hill, Dooley, Darling, It's the Plants, Michael Dirr, Dirr, Vince Dooley, Invasive Plant List


It’s Over: Ending 19 Wonderful Years in the Nursery Business

As anyone who has ever opened a small, home-grown retail nursery can tell you, the economic reality for such is straight out of the veteran horse gambler’s prayer: Lord, I hope I break even, I need the money. So it went as we opened our Hidden Hill Nursery & Sculpture Garden 19 years ago on a hopeful wing, happy ignorance and a prayer. History was not in my favor. My obligatory role as a newspaper columnist had always been to make cheerful fun of capitalists, not become one. Yet I had grown to ...
Tags: Facebook, Gardening, Wisconsin, Lebanon, Pacific Northwest, Southern Indiana, Janet, Lowes, Arum, Bob Hill, Taking Your Gardening Dollar, Janet Hill, Michael Lindsey, Hidden Hill


A Forgotten Lincoln in our Hosta Chain  by  Bob Hill

This will be the only garden rant you’ll ever read connecting Abe Lincoln, Southern Indiana, hostas and dirt. We will begin with the dirt. Lots of dirt. A sprawling pile of fresh dirt. Its source was the hole created digging the new foundation for an old dream; a back-of-the-house family room from which to sit and admire our gardens free from heat, mosquitoes and blossom end rot. A Heineken in hand is always a useful companion. That pile of dirt was in the heavy shade of a home-grown sugar-mapl...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Gardening, Japan, World, United States, Broadway, Heineken, Lincoln, Irs, PAUL, Lowe, Abraham Lincoln, Southern Indiana, China Korea, Abe


It’s Over: Ending 19 Wonderful Years in the Nursery Business  by  Bob Hill

As anyone who has ever opened a small, home-grown retail nursery can tell you, the economic reality for such is straight out of the veteran horse gambler’s prayer: Lord, I hope I break even, I need the money. So it went as we opened our Hidden Hill Nursery & Sculpture Garden 19 years ago on a hopeful wing, happy ignorance and a prayer. History was not in my favor. My obligatory role as a newspaper columnist had always been to make cheerful fun of capitalists, not become one. Yet I had grown to ...
Tags: Facebook, Gardening, Wisconsin, Lebanon, Pacific Northwest, Southern Indiana, Janet, Lowes, Arum, Bob Hill, Taking Your Gardening Dollar, Janet Hill, Michael Lindsey, Hidden Hill


The Evodia Tree – Finding Love in an English Garden  by  Bob Hill

So we were wandering the English Countryside in search of plants new, old, interesting, useful and lovely. The “new” and “old” part was made particularly easy for me because I had never before been to England and knew almost nothing of its plants. This was many years ago. I was the new gardening kid on the block. My Latin was limited to a miserable year in high school working on amo, amas, amat. That total ignorance was made much easier on this trip because one traveling companion was Woody Pla...
Tags: Gardening, England, United States, States, University Of Georgia, Southern Indiana, Logee, Bob Hill, Dooley, Darling, It's the Plants, Michael Dirr, Dirr, Vince Dooley, Invasive Plant List


The Evodia Tree – Finding Love in an English Garden  by  Bob Hill

So we were wandering the English Countryside in search of plants new, old, interesting, useful and lovely. The “new” and “old” part was made particularly easy for me because I had never before been to England and knew almost nothing of its plants. This was many years ago. I was the new gardening kid on the block. My Latin was limited to a miserable year in high school working on amo, amas, amat. That total ignorance was made much easier on this trip because one traveling companion was Woody Pla...
Tags: Gardening, England, United States, States, University Of Georgia, Southern Indiana, Logee, Bob Hill, Dooley, Darling, It's the Plants, Michael Dirr, Dirr, Vince Dooley, Invasive Plant List


It’s Over: Ending 19 Wonderful Years in the Nursery Business  by  Bob Hill

As anyone who has ever opened a small, home-grown retail nursery can tell you, the economic reality for such is straight out of the veteran horse gambler’s prayer: Lord, I hope I break even, I need the money. So it went as we opened our Hidden Hill Nursery & Sculpture Garden 19 years ago on a hopeful wing, happy ignorance and a prayer. History was not in my favor. My obligatory role as a newspaper columnist had always been to make cheerful fun of capitalists, not become one. Yet I had grown to ...
Tags: Facebook, Gardening, Wisconsin, Lebanon, Pacific Northwest, Southern Indiana, Janet, Lowes, Arum, Bob Hill, Garden Rant, Taking Your Gardening Dollar, Janet Hill, Michael Lindsey, Hidden Hill


A Forgotten Lincoln in our Hosta Chain  by  Bob Hill

This will be the only garden rant you’ll ever read connecting Abe Lincoln, Southern Indiana, hostas and dirt. We will begin with the dirt. Lots of dirt. A sprawling pile of fresh dirt. Its source was the hole created digging the new foundation for an old dream; a back-of-the-house family room from which to sit and admire our gardens free from heat, mosquitoes and blossom end rot. A Heineken in hand is always a useful companion. That pile of dirt was in the heavy shade of a home-grown sugar-mapl...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Gardening, Japan, World, United States, Broadway, Heineken, Lincoln, Irs, PAUL, Lowe, Abraham Lincoln, Southern Indiana, China Korea, Abe


Focusing on God While on Vacation

I have been traveling three out of the last five weeks. We spent almost a week at the beach with my husband on one of his business trips and then a week and a half later, we left on a two-week long trek to my home-state of Montana, which is where I am right now. It’s been a whirlwind, and while the trips have contained great blessings, they also have come with struggles to maintain my prayer life and I miss daily Mass, which is harder to get to depending on the trip. My husband and I were recent...
Tags: Featured, Montana, Religion, Missouri, Catholic, Rockies, Southern Indiana, Sioux Falls SD, Faith & Spirituality, Thomas Joseph White


Of Kids and Kudzu for a Better World

Students competing in the 2015 fair We who worry and wonder about our social-media-obsessed youth and the future of horticulture found some relief at a recent gathering of the Louisville Regional Science & Engineering Fair.  And it all sort of came down to kudzu – the vine that ate the South. The fair was a gathering of our future leaders – grades six through twelve –  at the Kentucky Science Center in downtown Louisville, not too far from the monster metal bat fronting the Louisville Slugger...
Tags: Gardening, Japan, Florida, New York, Mississippi, New York City, Usda, United States, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Oklahoma, North America, Shakespeare, North Carolina, Louisville, Central Park


Officials warn after worker with hepatitis A handled food

BEDFORD, Ind. (AP) — Southern Indiana health officials are warning customers who ate last month at a Bedford fast-food restaurant to get vaccinated for hepatitis A because an infected worker handled food while sick for several days. The Lawrence County Health Department said Tuesday the infected Burger King employee worked from May 15-19, and from […]
Tags: News, Burger King, Bedford, Southern Indiana, Nation & World, BEDFORD Ind AP, Lawrence County Health Department


New environmental monitoring project finds increased numbers of deer ticks in Southern Indiana

A new environmental monitoring project at Indiana University has found increased numbers of the ticks that carry Lyme disease in Southern Indiana.
Tags: Health, Indiana University, Southern Indiana


U of Southern Indiana promotes provost to be next president

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — The University of Southern Indiana has named its provost to be its next president. The Evansville school’s Board of Trustees announced Thursday that Ronald Rochon will become its fourth president on July 1, succeeding Linda Bennett, who’s retiring. Rochon had been the No. 2 official at Southern Indiana as provost since […]
Tags: News, EVANSVILLE, Southern Indiana, Ind AP, Nation & World, Rochon, U of Southern Indiana, The University of Southern Indiana, Evansville school s Board of Trustees, Ronald Rochon, Linda Bennett


SPC MD 208

MD 0208 CONCERNING TORNADO WATCH 26... FOR SOUTHERN INDIANA...SOUTHWEST OHIO...FAR NORTHERN KENTUCKY Mesoscale Discussion 0208 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 0318 PM CDT Tue Apr 03 2018 Areas affected...Southern Indiana...southwest Ohio...far northern Kentucky Concerning...Tornado Watch 26... Valid 032018Z - 032215Z The severe weather threat for Tornado Watch 26 continues. SUMMARY...Storm extending from the Ohio River into central Ohio will pose a tornado, damaging wind and...
Tags: Weather, Kentucky, Ohio, Norman, Southern Indiana, Jewell, Ohio River, SOUTHERN INDIANA SOUTHWEST OHIO, Kentucky Concerning Tornado Watch, Wilmington OH


Of Kids and Kudzu for a Better World by Bob Hill

Students competing in the 2015 fair We who worry and wonder about our social-media-obsessed youth and the future of horticulture found some relief at a recent gathering of the Louisville Regional Science & Engineering Fair.  And it all sort of came down to kudzu – the vine that ate the South. The fair was a gathering of our future leaders – grades six through twelve –  at the Kentucky Science Center in downtown Louisville, not too far from the monster metal bat fronting the Louisville Slugger M...
Tags: Gardening, Japan, Florida, New York, Mississippi, New York City, Usda, United States, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Oklahoma, North America, Shakespeare, North Carolina, Louisville, Central Park


Board Question #90969: How many tri-state areas are there in the United States? ...

Q: Dear 100 Hour Board,How many tri-state areas are there in the United States? Which one would you want to conquer entirely?-Doofenshmirtz A: Dear... you,   Why are you so excited about conquering tri-state areas? Well, who am I to question this, I've come up with an absolutely objective scoring system to determine which of these tri-state areas is the best, and thus, most conquerable. There are 13 defined tri-state areas that have a shared metropolitan area, and there are 62 places wher...
Tags: New York, Washington, US, Indiana, Chicago, United States, Broadway, Illinois, Chattanooga, Silicon Alley, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Midwest, Philly, EVANSVILLE, Southern Indiana


Southern Indiana’s Vanderburgh County facing jail troubles

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Jail overcrowding in southern Indiana’s largest county has local officials looking to other states for possible solutions. The Vanderburgh County sheriff says the county has had more than 800 inmates during recent weekends while its jail in Evansville was designed to hold 553 people. Sheriff Dave Wedding says about 100 inmates […]
Tags: News, Indiana, EVANSVILLE, Southern Indiana, Vanderburgh County, Ind AP, Nation & World, Dave Wedding


Mentoring program in the works for kids of jailed parents

JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (AP) — For children with incarcerated parents, life can be full of questions, uneasiness and fear. They may have confusion, sadness or anger about their parent, and in the middle of the family crisis, the child may be left feeling alone. But leaders of a new program in the works in Southern Indiana […]
Tags: News, Southern Indiana, Jeffersonville, Ind AP, Nation & World


Hoosier National Forest ends year-round bat cave closures

JASPER, Ind. (AP) — Southern Indiana’s sprawling Hoosier National Forest is ending the year-round cave closures officials imposed nearly a decade ago to protect hibernating bats from a deadly disease. The policy barring the public from caves in the 200,000-acre (81,000-hectare) national forest took effect in 2009 to combat the spread of white-nose syndrome. That […]
Tags: News, Southern Indiana, Nation & World, JASPER Ind AP


Families take to Southern Indiana’s hills to sled together

JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (AP) — For generations, Southern Indiana’s hills have differentiated the area from the rest of its state, and, on snowy days at least, served as beacons to children and their families for winter fun. Parents who remember dragging their metal sleds to the slopes on snowy days are now hauling their children and […]
Tags: News, Southern Indiana, Jeffersonville, Ind AP, Nation & World


Southern Indiana’s Monroe County extends needle exchange

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Southern Indiana’s Monroe County will be continuing its needle-exchange program even as a couple other counties are dropping their exchanges amid concerns about contributing to the habits of illegal intravenous drug users. Monroe County Commissioner Amanda Barge tells The (Bloomington) Herald-Times that she believes the program providing clean syringes helped prevent […]
Tags: News, Indiana, Southern Indiana, Bloomington, Monroe County, Ind AP, Nation & World, Bloomington Herald Times, Amanda Barge


Report of cobweb-covered bicyclist leads to 2 theft arrests

MADISON, Ind. (AP) — Southern Indiana police say a tip from an observant citizen who noticed a cobweb-covered man riding a bicycle led to the arrests of two men for allegedly stealing bikes from a barn. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office says a caller reported on Sept. 27 seeing a web-covered man who looked as […]
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