Boos and Booze

Longshots Bar and Grill at 117 East Michigan Street in New Carlisle is a sight to see during October. Each year, the Stevens family decorates the bar from wall to wall with lights, cobwebs, and spooky figures. Skeletons greet visitors at the front door, and a group of ghoulish figures occupy one of the tables near the back. On October 27, the bar hosted its annual Halloween party. Longshots opens at 11:00am Monday through Saturday and at 2:00pm on Sundays. The bar closes at 10:00pm on weeknights and midnight on Friday and Saturday. Dine in for a tasty burger or pizza or call 574-988-0176 for carryout.

New Support Group for Partners of Veterans

Are you the spouse, partner, or caregiver of a military veteran with PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder), TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), or any other injury? If so, please join our new and free support group! It is called The Partners Table for Support & Discussion Group and will be held twice a month in La Porte and South Bend, Indiana. In addition to participants sharing information, experiences, and knowledge, there will be a theme topic each week that will be of particular interest to our audience. Literature pertaining to the topic of the week will be distributed to meeting participants. Come connect with other spouses, partners, and caregivers of military veterans! Please not

Jefferson Ballew to speak at Hudson Lake Mennonite Church

Jefferson Ballew, Citizen of the Pokagon Band of the Potawatomi will be speaking at Hudson Lake Mennonite on November 11th, at 12/noon to 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Jefferson Ballew belongs to the Bear Clan and is a Citizen of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi. Jefferson has worked within Indian Country for over 20 years, holding different positions such as Tribal Council elect, Montessori Teacher, Cultural Specialist and coordinated the implementation of federal law to protect sacred and ceremonial lands. Jefferson works with many of the school districts in both Michigan and Indiana, K-12 and Higher Education institutions to bring cultural awareness to many. Mr. Ballew spoke at the church in 201

Pet Blessing: More Than The Cat's Meow

On October 7th, Hudson Lake Mennonite Church held a Blessing of the Pets. Weather was great for the event which was held outside in the church parking lot. Altogether fifty-nine (59) pets were blessed – either directly or by picture, seven (7) veterinarians, and twenty-five (25) vet technicians. In addition to regular attenders of the congregation, six community people brought pets (or pictures) and pictures of pets were sent from Oregon, Wyoming, California, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Each pet received a blessing, a blessing card and a treat. Those in other states received their blessing card and treat by mail if addresses were known. Animals blessed included cats, dogs, bunnies, birds, chicke

Recipes, Etc.

Since the holiday season is right around the corner, I thought I would share with our readers some suggestions for holiday entertaining. This recipe has both a veggie and stuffing, but not separate — TOGETHER. Holiday Cauliflower 1 medium heat cauliflower or larger 4 T. butter or margarine 1/3 cup flour 2 cups chicken broth and 1 cup milk S & P 1 package cornbread stuff 1/2 cup butter or margarine, melted 1 cup of chicken broth Break cauliflower into florets about 2 inches in size and cook in chicken broth until just tender. Drain, but save the broth and place the florets in a casserole dish — size depending on how large a cauliflower you choose. Melt butter in a medium saucepan.

NPMS Principal's Honor Roll First Quarter - All As

8th Grade: Allen, Ava Elizabeth; Angeles, Lauren Elizabeth; Babcock, Lexington Elizabeth; Baughman, Christopher James; Bibian, Francisco Alex; Borkholder, Ashley Marie; Braun, Tyson Jacob; Bronner, Delanie Suzanne; Burnett, Brady Raymond; Byers, Audrey Nicole; Chambers, Anya Kathryn; Cicero, Jenna Josephine Lea; Coda, Teagan Leanne; Cole, Lizabeth Maxine; Daniels, Delaney Nicole; Deutscher, Calina Marie; Deutscher, Clayton Christopher; Dodds, Eva-Skye Renee; Farlie, Jason Roger; Feece, Bridget Angela; Fernald, Jasmine Kayla; Fleck, Emma Louise; Gay, Kaitlin Faith; Gorski, Rozilyn Elaine; Graham, Kendall Ryann; Gulotta, Rhys Corbett; Haws, Evan Christian; Healy, Chloe Danielle Janette; Hennin

What's on the Ballot in New Carlisle?

Americans will go to the polls on Tuesday, November 6 for the 2018 midterm elections. While the national focus remains on the bitter battle for control of both houses of Congress, there are several important issues at the local level for voters to consider. In addition to the 2nd Congressional District race and Indiana Senate race, voters in New Carlisle will seat two members of the Town Council. The New Prairie community will also be faced with one contested race for school board. Polls are open in Indiana from 6:00am to 6:00pm on Election Day. For information on early voting hours, polling locations, and what’s on the ballot in your precinct, visit Here is what vot

The Busy Band Buzz: Semi-State

On October 20, the New Prairie Marching Cougars competed in ISSMA Regional Competition at Chesterton High School. Once again, our kids delivered an outstanding performance. Not only did this performance achieve yet another New Prairie high score, it also earned a gold rating and qualification for ISSMA Semi-State competition. The ISSMA marching band competition is divided into two regions, the north and the south. The top ten bands from each region advance to the semi-state level. At semi-state, the top ten of those twenty bands advance on to compete in the state finals. This is only the fourth year that New Prairie has competed at the open class level. For the first two years,the Mar

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