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Max Taylor cleans up this mower as he prepares it for pickup by the owner at Bindle Lawn Equipment Sales & Service. With the severe winter weather, repair shops have had a backup in tractor repairs since people haven't been able to get their tractors out of their barns and to the repair shop.
Weather halts tractor repairs
Lawn machine and tractor repair shops could see a major influx of tractors as farmers get ready for spring in the coming weeks. "We've had a backup of tractor repairs," said Todd Sink, a worker at Bendle Lawn Equipment Service & Sales. "With this weather, people haven't been able to get their tractors out of the barn."
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- APD hires 6 new officers
- TN support group to learn about motor cortex stimulation
- Clock shift is reminder to change smoke alarm batteries
- Weather halts tractor repairs
Eastern knocks out Madison-Grant
Eastern hit four straight 3-pointers to end the first quarter, including one at the buzzer, to take control and eventually defeat Madison-Grant 62-53 on Friday night at The Jungle in Alexandria.
- Frankton roars past Falcons in second half
- Liberty Christian to face Monroe Central in sectional final
- Arabians advance to fifth straight sectional final
- Lapel falls to No. 3 Wapahani
- Eastern knocks out Madison-Grant
Harmony Becote, 15, has a smile on her face during a lighthearted discussion with Daughters of Destiny.
For almost three years, Restoration Fellowship Ministries in Anderson has tried to be a safe haven for local girls to talk about issues adolescents face.
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- Verna Davis: Be careful with the power of your words
- Restoring purity
Editorial: Hoodie policy reasonable but could be misconstrued
Mounds Mall's "lower your hoodie" policy is an understandable safety measure, but the signs announcing it could be worded better to avoid the interpretation that a specific group is being targeted.
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- Editorial: Hoodie policy reasonable but could be misconstrued