“Michael Martone was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, or maybe Scott County, Iowa … His nickname was Dolly or peanut or bug or Michie. He’s written more than a dozen books, maybe more. He might be a fiction writer or nonfiction hybrid."
Over the course of her career in the judiciary system, Judge Sarah Evans Barker has worked to humanize the courts and has become a face for the Southern District of Indiana and the judiciary as a whole.
At nearly 5 a.m. every morning, Kileah Adkins’ alarm — a small voice full of more energy than she’ll have all day — sounds from beside her bouncing in bed waiting for mommy.
In a steady stream of sleepy smiles and slow shuffles, Muncie Central High School students began filing through the main entrance doors held open by Supporting Our Students (SOS) members.
Each year, more than 300 college-aged women apply to serve as ambassadors of the 500 festival, but only 33 are selected after three rounds of interviews.