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Allison Copenbarger Vance

Yonder Bound
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Local Makers: Yonder Bound

“There’s just something about the act of recording. You hold it, and it’s your handwriting. It’s more personal. It’s interactive. And it becomes something you want to keep.”

Aundrea Dailey (far left) was the first to suspect the Henry County cancer cases were linked. Her father, Paul Bridges (lower left), died of the disease in 2015.
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Dead Ends

Locals in New Castle call West Fair Oaks Road “Cancer Street,” where a curious number of residents share a rare and horrible diagnosis—and wrangle over a medical riddle with no answer.

Beat
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Ruckus is a Make or Break Moment for the Handcrafted Movement

With Ruckus at the Circle City Industrial Complex, we’re about to find out how robust the maker community really is.

Guy David Gundlach was a dutiful son to Marge Swift, but he will be best remembered for his star turn as the man who left millions to his recession-stricken hometown of Elkhart, Indiana.
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Selfless Portrait: Man Leaves $150M to City of Elkhart

David Gundlach died suddenly and left his fortune to the struggling Indiana town. But three years after Gundlach’s death, the picture of Elkhart’s mystery benefactor remains just a sketch.

Beat
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Planned Parenthood of Indiana Struggles to Distance Itself from the National Scandal

““It’s not about us,” says local Planned Parenthood president Betty Cockrum. “But in the big scheme of things, it’s totally about us.”

Prawn Stars
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Prawn Stars: The New Indiana Shrimp Frontier

A Fowler couple are not only raising the crustaceans—they’re pioneering the trend nationwide.

Gregory Konrath
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The Proposal

If nothing else, the doctor is guilty of hubris. “He’s a brilliant guy—obviously a very high IQ,” says Embrey. “He may have been a very good surgeon. But he’s shown he’s not a very good criminal.”

0215_gettysburg
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Traveler: Springfield’s Lincoln Attractions

The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum is so entertaining, you might think Disney helped develop it.

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Ask Me Anything: Mali Simone Jeffers

Says Jeffers, “I’m trying to move us past sprinkling people of color into a photo to really being more inclusive and having events that are relevant to more than one type of people.”

0913-GRACE
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Teen Model: Grace Hartzel's Rise to the Runway

The hottest new face in fashion hails from Zionsville—but what does it mean to give up the last bit of childhood for a dream?

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