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Police had been searching for Kaydance Potter for more than three weeks when a car she was driving careened down Superior Street in the early morning hours of April 26, hit a curb, veered across lanes, onto the grass and smashed into a pole.
RICHLAND — Before that morning, all of the farmer’s cows were still alive, and not decaying downstream.
Deb Arends knows a lot about bats.
Compelling insights from the heart of our community.
Linda Carlson Schmidt found Herman in the newspaper on Oct. 25, 1980.
He did a lot of things right, despite it all.
When the sorority sisters left the big Pi Beta Phi house and moved in together for their junior year, they knew each other pretty well.