It's not necessarily a case of who's hunting whom, but over in Paulding County, Ohio, there have been reports of a big cat – a really big cat – lurking in the woods and fields a few miles southeast of the county seat.
Travis Mills was a staff sergeant on his third tour in Afghanistan on April 10, 2012, when he stepped on an improvised explosive device.
Last spring, we ran a column about a woman named Joanne Schultz-Ithier and the fact that she had been invited to the dedication of a monument in the little village of Tamerville, France, honoring her father and other Americans who had been shot down near the village during World War II.

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  • Rolls-Royce an auction draw
    If your car has broken down or you’ve slid into a ditch in the dead of winter, nothing is quite as big a relief to see as a tow truck. Even in those circumstances, getting your car towed is never pleasant.
  • Better than medicine
    Awhile back, Huntington County Sheriff Terry Stoffel had a working lunch with a deputy at Arby’s, where they were putting together the program for something called Camp Hero.
  • Tinsleys would like guest book returned
    Twenty-six years after 8-year-old April Tinsley was abducted off a Fort Wayne street and later found murdered in DeKalb County, her father maintains a Facebook page where he regularly posts photographs and information about the case, and campaigns for harsher penalties for people who harm children.
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