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Friday, May 18, 2007

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Thursday, May 17:

  • Spectacle in the sky

    • Spectacle in the sky -- pictures

  • Elkhart Spring Festival on Saturday

  • Guest commentary: 'Evangeli-phobes' lose their favorite target

  • State public health director warns residents to protect themselves against ticks and disease
    Increased reports of ticks this season

  • FDA announces results of investigation into illegal promotion of OxyContin by Purdue Frederick Company

  • Windswept Manor to host open house

  • City council committee assignments updated

  • Terry Farmer Charity Portrait Series to benefit Ronald McDonald House

  • Reminder: Armed Forces Day to be celebrated with open house and book signing

  • Hartsburg-Emden eighth-grade graduates

  • New Holland-Middletown graduates

  • Parent Institute column: Parent-child conflict

  • Invention Mysteries: Who needs the Grammys or Emmys when you have the inventor awards?

Wednesday, May 16

Tuesday, May 15

Monday, May 14

Saturday, May 12

Friday, May 11