Lost and Found Pets

Lost cat

May 30, 2019 Annie Nunley

Leo disappeared two days after we moved. He is a long-haired tortoise-shell neutered male, 3 years old. He has a gold collar with rabies tags from Connersville Vet Clinic. He is also wearing a flea […]

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Pagenaud Wins from Pole

May 26, 2019 Annie Nunley

Speedway, Ind. — Despite concerns, the weather was not a factor in Sunday’s 103rd running of The Indianapolis 500.  In the closing laps, it was Team Penske’s Simon Pagenaud and Andretti Autosport’s Alexander Rossi trading […]

Obituaries

David Leroy “Hap” Chandler

April 29, 2019 Annie Nunley

Mr. David Leroy “Hap” Chandler, age 78, of Cross Plains, Indiana; Hap as he was known by many people entered this life on July 27, 1940 on Graham Road near Madison, Indiana. He was the […]

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No One Close to Carpenter

May 20, 2018 Annie Nunley

Indianapolis, IN — Indianapolis’ own Ed Carpenter will start the 102nd running of The Indianapolis 500 from the pole position, after besting all other qualifiers by nearly a full mile per hour.  This makes the […]

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Hinch out of 102nd Indy 500

May 19, 2018 Annie Nunley

Indianapolis, Ind. — Indy 500 qualifying saw its first true “Bump Day” since 2011, today.  The top of the speedway chart is the secondary story, with two cars — both driven by fan favorites — failing to […]

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Power ‘Perfect’ in IndyCar GP

May 12, 2018 Annie Nunley

Indianapolis, Ind. – It was a repeat performance of last year for WIll Power, claiming both the pole position and the win for the second year in a row at Saturday’s IndyCar Grand Prix.  Power’s […]

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Power Quickest for IndyCar GP

May 11, 2018 Annie Nunley

Indianapolis, Ind. – Now only Mario Andretti and A.J. Foyt have more career IndyCar poles than Will Power.  The Aussie qualified atop the speed chart and starts Saturday’s IndyCar Grand Prix from P1.  Power’s best […]

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