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Wellbrooke of Wabash, a Trilogy Senior Living Community located in Wabash, has announced the addition of Assisted Living Memory Care services to their community’s continuum of care, according to a press release. Read more

Wellbrooke of Wabash, a Trilogy Senior Living Community located in Wabash, has announced the addition of Assisted Living Memory Care services to their community’s continuum of care, according to a press release. Read more

Sports

Grow Wabash County invites the Wabash County business community to join them for “a day of golf, fun and networking,” according to project manager for marketing and events Chelsea Boulrisse. Read more

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Southwood’s varsity track and field team took part in the Titan Relays on Friday evening at Taylor High School, where the Knights placed first overall in a field of seven teams. Read more

Opinion

President Joseph Biden mentions his Catholic faith frequently. We've heard him cite both Pope and Saint Francis. At his inauguration, he ran through a litany of promises about love, healing and decency, and other things no one could object to, prefaced by: "Before God and all of you I give you my word." But when it came time for his first proclamation for a National Day of Prayer, his administration chose to leave God out of it.

With the campaigns of 2020 barely behind us, it might seem too soon to think about the next round of elections, but it’s not. A handful of candidates and incumbents for everything from the country sheriff to U.S. Congress already have announced plans to run in 2022, and you can be sure countless others are drafting announcements.