Category Archives: Indiana

Best Practices for Winter Recreation

Getting outside and working out can seem like a Herculean task, as the days get colder and the nights get longer. Most of us hit the pavement or gym and only the most dedicated of us can still tie up their running shoes. If you are going to do any sort of workout outside, you’re…

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Indiana Seniors Over 70 May Register for Covid Vaccine

    The ISDH just announced that vaccinations will begin for persons age 80 & older on Tuesday January 13th.       Residents age 80 and older can self-register for a vaccine appointment starting at 8:00 AM CST on  January 13th by going to ourshot.in.gov. (Please Note: The registration website will NOT go live until 8:00 AM…

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Common Car Problems During the Winter

Indiana Seniors Over 80 May Register for Covid Vaccine

    The ISDH just announced that vaccinations will begin for persons age 80 & older on Monday, January 11th.       Residents age 80 and older can self-register for a vaccine appointment starting at 8:00 AM CST on Friday, January 8th by going to ourshot.in.gov. (Please Note: The registration website will NOT go live until 8:00…

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Where to Find A Live Christmas Tree in NwIndiana

NWI Christmas Tree Farms     Our family has always made it a tradition to go out in to the country and cut our own Christmas tree – just like they did on National Lampoons’ Christmas Vacation, (only without the fire) We have listed below several places that offer live trees. Contrary to popular belief, cutting…

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Holiday Traveling Tips for Pet Owners

Holiday Traveling Tips for Pet Owners

Traveling for the holidays this year will be far from normal—that is, if travel will be possible for you at all. If you plan to visit out-of-state family for a road trip or a cabin on the lake, you may need to find accommodations for any pets before you leave. While you have still have…

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Modern Trends in the Automotive Industry

Modern Trends in the Automotive Industry

People who grew up in the 1950s must be shocked every time they see a car commercial on television. Modern-day vehicles couldn’t look any more different than the classic cars our grandparents grew up driving. One reason why newer cars look so different is that automotive industry leaders are always trying to think of new…

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Ways To Give Back To Your Community During COVID-19

Ways To Give Back To Your Community During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed every facet of life. Kids are e-learning at home, and millions of people aren’t going into the office. It’s sad to see so many people struggling in ways they never had to before. Luckily, there’s still hope. Read about these ways to give back to your community during COVID-19 if…

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People Moving Out of Coronavirus Hot Spots

A good chunk of residents are moving from coronavirus hot spot states and would voluntarily pack up and move out to areas not as crippled by the virus a new survey says.  Those who want out – spread-out suburbanites want to hit the road, too are not only city slickers either. The new, national survey…

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Trick Or Treating Can Be Safe Amid Covid-19

      According to the AAP, American Academy of Pediatrics, Trick-Or-Treating can be safe with certain safety precautions in place.      “The role of touching objects in the spread of COVID-19 is not clear at this point, but to be on the safe side, collecting candy from a few socially distanced neighbors, is…

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Indiana Advances to Stage 5!!!!

    Indiana will advance the state to an updated version of Stage 5 that was announced today by Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb. This is an revised Stage 5  Back On Track Indiana plan and prolongs the state’s face covering mandate until at least Oct. 17.      Local governments may impose more restrictive…

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