Goober Goodenough is a longtime member of the Indiana General Assembly. You probably know the roadside signs he puts up before every election: “Goober is Goodenough for Indiana.”
Q: I have completed my estate plan. I have a will and a power of attorney. What else should I do to make it as easy as possible on my kids? Should I give each of them a copy of the documents?
For many people, the process of planning is difficult and the hardest part is getting started. Often the difficulty is staring at the proverbial blank sheet of paper, white board or monitor that is intimidating, causing a case of severe procrastination. But once the plan is started, words, d…
In July, the Federal Communications Commission issued a Consumer Advisory titled, “Tips for Protecting Your Mobile Device from Theft,” which urges consumers to record mobile device identification information “before you go out.”
The cost of a balanced breakfast continues to get cheaper as orange juice prices plummet. U.S. demand for orange juice has fallen to the lowest level in more than a decade as consumers snub O.J. for other beverages, dropping prices near the lowest level for the year.
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Inversion. Not a word I use regularly in conversation, except for this week.
New ad program to start in 2015
"More From the Farm: Family Recipes and Memories of a Lifetime" written by Times Columnist Philip Potempa and published in 2007 contains more than 200 recipes inside the 290-page hardcover.
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Times Columnist Philip Potempa's (second from left) and his parents Chester and Peggy (center), celebrated Chester's 85th birthday at family barbecue hosted with Phil's siblings (left to right) David, Carol, Pam and Tom.
Times Columnist Philip Potempa with his 2006 Buick Rendezvous he purchased new in September 2005 from Connors Buick in Chesterton, Ind.
Peggy Potempa, mother of Times Columnist Philip Potempa, is shown at the family farm in August 2000 with her collie Laddy and her mother's 1969 Oldsmobile 85 Cutlass.
Times Columnist Philip Potempa's recipe for Quiche Lorraine includes asparagus, bacon, onion and Gruyère cheese, with all these delicious ingredients baked around beaten eggs, nestled in a flaky, delicate pie crust.
Corn prices are plummeting as farmers across the Midwest race to plant this year’s crop. It is widely expected that 70 percent of the corn crop will be planted by this weekend, which helped to confirm the market’s expectations for another large harvest of the grain this fall. As a result, pr…
Film group launches brand, looks to future
Peggy Potempa, Mother of Times Columnist Philip Potempa, with Comedienne Phyllis Diller in October 1994 in Indianapolis
Peggy Potempa, mother of Times Columnist Philip Potempa, is shown backstage swapping recipes with comedienne Phyllis Diller in October 1994 at Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre in Indianapolis.
Country Singer Vince Gill chats backstage with Peggy Potempa, mother of Times Columnist Philip Potempa, Thursday, following his concert at Star Plaza Theatre in Merrillville.
U.S. crude oil supplies are continuing to swell, reaching nearly 400 million barrels last week, the highest level since 1931. Oil supplies are rising even as refineries are running near full-speed, pumping out large volumes of gasoline and diesel fuel.
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