Lanky teenager Charlie Hall would extend his arm high above his head, with a basketball perched on his hand.
Mark Bennett has reported and analyzed news from the Wabash Valley and beyond since Larry Bird wore Sycamore blue. That role with the Tribune-Star has taken him from Rome to Alaska and many points in between, but Terre Haute suits him best.
Categories like "Opera Zingers" and "National Maritime Sanctuaries" can leave many of the syndicated TV game show's loyal viewers baffled in their living rooms, yet intrigued by the contestants who respond correctly. Meanwhile, college professors possess deep wells of the historical, cultural, societal and economic knowledge necessary to be a "Jeopardy!" champion.
Terre Haute remains a fond memory for Jane McMillen. Born Sarah Jane Stogsdill, she grew up here, graduated from Wiley High School in 1957, married Ray Southerland and started a family with three sons.
Kindness toward strangers — even those who can never repay or even thank the giver — still exists.
A new casino's steadiest flow of patrons may predominantly from the Baby Boom Generation and the Silent Generation. The variable could be the younger crowd — Millennials and Generation Z.
Imagine two old college buddies running into each other at an airport, waiting on flights to opposite ends of the country.
Incumbent Republican Larry Bucshon will run for a seventh term in Congress as the representative of Indiana's 8th District in the U.S. House.
My memory is fairly sharp, but that day escapes me. It's probably because I was barely 2 years old.