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Children fill their Easter baskets with eggs on the football field at Lapel High School during The River Church's annual Egg Drop on Saturday.
Helicopter aids in Easter egg drop
Four months of planning was gone in about one minute on the Lapel football field Saturday as The River Church held its third annual Easter egg drop. Church pastor Tyson Priest found out more than 22,000 plastic eggs don’t last long when hundreds of local children are racing to pick them up as quickly as possible. But he didn’t seem to mind.
- Former Elks building being reborn
- Man tries to restore father's tainted legacy
- Wagons for Warriors asks for donations
- Mounds State Park hosts birding weekend featuring live hawk
- Helicopter aids in Easter egg drop
Pendleton Heights' Austin MacMillan rounds third and heads for home during the Nick Muller Memorial Baseball Tournament championship on Saturday at Memorial Field.
Arabians make history in Muller thriller
Pendleton Heights beat Anderson 3-2 to become the Nick Muller Memorial Baseball Tournament's first repeat champion.
- Lady Ravens refusing to lose
- Arabians win third straight County softball title
- Bulldogs rally past Eagles at Muller
- Eagles stop Lions to claim third place
- Arabians make history in Muller thriller
Tim Hanshew, a member of Southdale Church of the Nazarene, carries this large wooden cross around Anderson neighborhoods throughout the year, here walking along 53rd Street.
Crossing over to Christianity
Tim Hanshew lives by 1 Corinthians 1:18: “For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.” For the past six years, he has shared that power by carrying a large wooden cross throughout Anderson.
- 2014 Debutante Cotillion participants
- Location, location, location
- Crossing over to Christianity
Editorial: Taking a moment to remember the good
Easter is a good time to take stock of all the positive things happening in our community. Here are just a few things worth celebrating.
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- Editorial: Taking a moment to remember the good