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Amy Davison shovels snow in her neighborhood following a winter storm in Indianapolis. Several inches of snow fell on central and southern Indiana, making driving treacherous and leading to at least two fatal crashes.
Weather predictions prepared residents
Local police say preparation helped prevent accidents during the first heavy snowstorm of the season Friday. “They were predicting a lot of snow, and people were mindful of that and took their time,” said Joel Sandefur, a public information officer for Anderson Police Department.
- No injuries after pickup hits building
- Mandela influenced local residents
- Celebrate Christmas at Lapel High School
- Arrest Log: Dec. 7
- Weather predictions prepared residents
Frankton's Payton Dellinger tries to put up a shot under the basket as Alexandria's Macie Cox defends.
Rebounds, Key spark Eagles to win
Two teams struggling to notch victories in this young girls basketball season met here Friday and both likely left feeling just a bit better.
- Bulldogs start quick, swat Hornets
- Argylls remain perfect on season
- Nadaline makes it a grand slam
- Ravens fall to Engineers 66-50
- Rebounds, Key spark Eagles to win
In this photo taken Nov. 22, 2013, Herb Weatherwax, left, talks to a visitor in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The 96-year-old retired electrician is one of four Pearl Harbor survivors who volunteers to greet people at the historic site. On Saturday is the 72nd anniversary of the 1941 attack by Japan on Pearl Harbor. (AP Photo/Audrey McAvoy)
Remembering this day
Meeting a Pearl Harbor survivor enhances the experience of coming to Pearl Harbor for many, historian Daniel Martinez says. It can give people a tangible connection to meet someone who was on site when the bombing happened. Their numbers are dwindling, however.
- Church News: Dec. 7
- Verna Davis: Look for the star that outshines all others
- Remembering this day
Editorial: Mandela's light of justice shines across the oceans
It's 8,569 miles from Anderson, Indiana, to Johannesburg, South Africa. But the enduring message of peace, equality and goodwill projected by Nelson Mandela traversed that distance with power and clarity.
- Editorial: Squeak of tennis shoes heard again
- Bill Stanczykiewicz: Infant mortality in Indiana a major challenge
- Editorial: Mandela's light of justice shines across the oceans
Obituaries: Dec. 7
Obituaries for Betty Jo Anthony, Joseph Applegate Jr., Sharon R. Boone, Dola Pearl Buffenbarger, Leroy Frayser, Maxine E. Hendren, Brigette B. King, Elizabeth Knight, Margaret Utt, Harold C. Wages and John R. Young are published in the Saturday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Pending obituaries: Dec. 7
- Funerals: Dec. 7
- Betty Jo Anthony
- Sharon R. Boone
- Obituaries: Dec. 7