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- Peru Schools superintendent to step down PERU — Peru Community Schools Superintendent Chuck Brimbury has announced he will step down from his position and become the district’s athletic director next school year. The Peru Community School Board Monday accepted Brimbury’s request to replace
- Converse's Oak Hill Winery opens tasting room across from Grissom BUNKER HILL — Dwight and Susanne Fouts were on their way back to Kokomo from a shopping trip in Peru Friday, when they saw an unassuming sign reading “WINERY” along U.S. 31. They were curious, so they pulled up and went inside. “We stopped on a whim,
- RAY MOSCOWITZ: 'Paying it forward' guides Dan Rush's life When you talk about quality of life in a community, you need to start with its people. So when you talk about Peru’s excellent quality of life, it wouldn’t hurt to start with Danny Dean Rush. Rush has been into everything — youth sports programs, Ole
- June 11, 2014: Police blotter June 2, 3:25 p.m., deputies arrested Barbara J. Menis-Kyler, 26, Michigan City, on a violation of parole warrant. June 3, 10 a.m., deputies arrested Matthew B. Smith, 24, 600 block of Rushburn Green, Peru, on a warrant for theft. June 3, 2:30 p.m., d
- SOFTBALL: North Miami advances to state finals The kids on the North Miami softball squad have been thinking about this week for a long time. Long before they put on the red and black of the Warriors.
- Sports briefs Walton earns medal at boys state meet BLOOMINGTON — Maconaquah senior K.J. Walton finished ninth in the 200-meter dash at the IHSAA Boys Track and Field State Finals on Saturday at the Robert C. Haugh Track and Field Complex at Indiana University. Wa
Get some 'Kountry Fried Cole' at this year's Cole Porter Festival
PERU — For four years, there’s been the seed of a story bouncing around inside Sunny Holtzlander’s head, and it got there by hearing just a few notes on a piano. During a rehearsal for one of Ole Olsen Memorial Theater’s original productions for The
- RAY MOSCOWITZ: Following up on some people and places Following up on past columns … Raymond Parrish III will start classes in August at the Harvard Medical School — one of six prestigious institutions at which he was accepted. Last August, I wrote about Parrish’s brilliant academic accomplishments at I
- MC Weekly prep roundup In a preview of what may come in the golf sectional, Peru came away with bragging rights. At least for the time being.
- June 4, 2014: Police reports May 27, 2:25 p.m., deputies arrested Jasminique L. Henderson, 24, Anderson, on a failure to appear warrant. May 27, 7:25 p.m., deputies arrested Jason M. Garcia, 30, and Megan D. Cavins, 35, both of Wabash, on a charge of possession of a syringe. May
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