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Allison Evans from Greenfield hits a tackling dummy in Colts City during Colts Camp Sunday at Anderson University.
Armed Forces Day at Colts camp pairs Girl Scout cookies with veterans
Pair Girl Scouts and their world-famous cookies with Armed Forces Day at Indianapolis Colts training camp, and you've got a winning combination. Operation: Cookie Drop, as it's called, is a program where customers buy boxes of cookies for delivery to active and retired military throughout central Indiana.
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- Armed Forces Day at Colts camp pairs Girl Scout cookies with veterans
Anthony Castonzo, right, pushes Josh Walker during a drill at Colts Camp Sunday at Anderson University.
Castonzo comfortable with Colts' changing O-line
For all the changes along the offensive line the past three seasons, Anthony Castonzo has been the lone constant. He joined a veteran group anchored by center Jeff Saturday in 2011, was part of a remodeled unit in 2012 and became a mainstay at left tackle for all 16 games last year.
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- Fifth Brickyard for Gordon
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- Castonzo comfortable with Colts' changing O-line
Elwood Jr./Sr. High School Principal David Retheford talks with parents at a recent freshman orientation program at the school.
Elwood freshmen learn the ways of high school through mentoring program
About half the 112 incoming freshmen at Elwood Jr./Sr. High School got a jump on their friends recently by attending a freshman orientation session. Joan Mercer, an English teacher who helped organize the the orientation, said the mentor program, which has been in place for several years, has been effective in new students make the high school transition.
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- Elwood freshmen learn the ways of high school through mentoring program
Scott Underwood: Headlines can capture imagination
I'd just left the newspaper office one morning and was driving north on Jackson Street, when I stopped at a red light and glanced at the rearview mirror.
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- Scott Underwood: Headlines can capture imagination