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INDIANAPOLIS | Welcome to Indiana's own "Cold War," a tit-for-tat fight over education more akin to something out of Dr. Seuss' "The Butter Battle Book" than high-brow statesmanship.
Welcome to Indiana's own "Cold War," a tit-for-tat fight over education more akin to something out of Dr. Seuss' "The Butter Battle Book" than high-brow statesmanship.
Craig Earley, vice president of the Lowell Town Council, talks about what the Illiana Expressway will mean for his town.
Kim Stengel and her husband built their dream home in Lowell, but it's now threatened by the Illiana Expressway which would pass through their backyard.
Sue Dickinson talks about what the Illiana Expressway means for her home, which will be within a few feet of the highway.
Ken Sheets talks about what the construction of the Illiana Expressway will mean for his property and the Lowell community.
Lowell native and town councilman Phil Kuiper talks about what the Illiana Expressway will mean for his town.
Jean Hulsey has lived on her Lowell farm for more than 50 years, but the Illiana Expressway may change her way of life.
The Center for Visual and Performing Arts held the 25th annual silver anniversary festival of trees luncheon on Dec. 4. There was shopping and tree display, followed by 11 a.m. punch bowl toast and reception entertainment and noon lunch and afternoon entertainment by Harpist Kara Bershad.
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