Demonstrators led by the Rev. Jesse Jackson and other representatives of his Rainbow PUSH Coalition plan to march in Peru at noon Tuesday to draw attention to the investigation of Mr. Day’s death.

Four inches was enough to flood several streets, but not enough to enter homes — in contrast to an August storm that caused extensive damage to dwellings.

News and notes from around our area, courtesy contributor Nora Maberry-Daniels. Have something to report? Email her at noraemaberry@gmail.com.

Breast Cancer Awareness month brings out the best in many of our area’s students, pictured in these pages wearing pink uniforms for a good cause.

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News and notes from around our area, courtesy contributor Nora Maberry-Daniels. Have something to report? Email her at noraemaberry@gmail.com.

News and notes from around our area, courtesy contributor Nora Maberry-Daniels. Have something to report? Email her at noraemaberry@gmail.com.

I attended a Lutheran elementary school, grades one through eight, back during the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations. It was a traditional education with a lot of memorization — presidents, state capitals, books of the Bible and so forth.

News and notes from around our area, courtesy contributor Nora Maberry-Daniels. Have something to report? Email her at noraemaberry@gmail.com.

• ART IN THE PARK: The annual Art in the Park featuring members of the Prairie Arts Council in Jasper County will be held on Oct. 8-10 at the Tippecanoe River State Park in Winamac. All activities are free and will take place in or around the Nature Center and River Shelter. See the Art in the Park Facebook page for a schedule of events.

WATSEKA, Illinois — Kerry Bell, president and CEO of the First Trust & Savings Bank is excited to announce that Jeff Sobkoviak has joined the ag team at the bank. Sobkoviak will be responsible for the development of new agricultural and commercial business relationships, according to a news release.

MONTICELLO — If watching cars getting crushed underneath the wheels of a monster truck is your thing, you won’t want to miss the spectacle that will be on display Oct. 2 in Monticello.

To be sure, Molly (Cecilia Milocco) has had a rough go of it. In the past year, she’s tragically lost her lover, has had a nervous breakdown and, as a result, ended up institutionalized. Vulnerable, she’s gingerly re-entering the world, armed with meds, a doctor who checks in with her and a …

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