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John P. Cleary | The Herald Bulletin REBECCA SPERRY, holding her infant daughter, Autumn Marie, talks about her late husband, Jesse, and the April 6 accident that killed him, on Wednesday from her parents' home where she is staying while recuperating from her injuries.
Survivors of violent accident, mother and baby return home from hospital
The past two and a half weeks of Rebecca Sperry's life have been a harrowing series of ups and downs.
- Smoke leads to crash on Indiana 13
- Rezoning approved for Elks Lodge building
- Incumbent challenged by first-time candidate
- Treasurer candidates want partnerships
- Survivors of violent accident, mother and baby return home from hospital
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne watches warmups before a game between the Indianapolis Colts and the Jacksonville Jaguars on Dec. 29, 2013, in Indianapolis.
Colts notebook: Few doubts about Wayne in locker room
If there are outside doubts about whether Reggie Wayne can return to form because of his age and the severity of his injury, few are shared inside the Indianapolis Colts' locker room.
- Mathis' leadership paying off for Colts
- Mike Lopresti: Pacers finally respond to critics
- Rick Bramwell: Morel season off to a slow start
- Tigers nip Argylls in girls track meet
- Colts notebook: Few doubts about Wayne in locker room
Erik Hinds is the executive chef of the Muncie-based Slop on Top food truck. The truck offers an eclectic menu of international and vegetarian fare atop a bed of rice or chips and offered its wares at last year's Food Truckin' Thursdays in downtown Anderson.
Food Truckin' Thursday returns
A new favorite that combines food and cars is rolling back into town next week. Food Truckin' Thursday starts back up May 1. For about six months, local vendors will pull up their food trucks to Citizens Park Plaza at Ninth and Main streets from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
- Community Briefs: April 23
- Community Briefs: April 22
- Food Truckin' Thursday returns
Primus Mootry: There is a poet in each of us
April is National Poetry Month. Throughout the country, colleges and universities, elementary and secondary schools, libraries and various publications have hosted poetry readings or featured unpublished poets.
- Editorial: Court ruling helps control inmate trial costs
- Viewpoint: Politicians creating instability in public schools
- Primus Mootry: There is a poet in each of us
Obituaries: April 23
Obituaries for Kevin Brown, Willard Buck, Michael Clarkson, William Day, Wilmore Jackson, Ruth Johnson, Ray Knox, Mary Lou Reedy and Darlene Turner are published in the Wednesday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Pending obituaries: April 23
- Funerals: April 23
- Kevin V. Brown
- Wilmore Jennings Jackson
- Obituaries: April 23