When the initial information about the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was released, it was pointed out that the studies showed about a 95% decrease in symptomatic disease. However, we were warned that the studies to that point did not rule out asymptomatic (no symptoms) infections by the COVID-19 virus.
Q. I am a contractor in northern Indiana and build two to three houses a year and have always respected your involvement in the building industry. I am a younger construction carpenter and have three guys that work for me. I try to do things right (I have workman’s comp insurance for my empl…
It’s chilly, as a matter of fact, downright cold! Outside the office window, dozens of cardinals, juncos, some bossy blue jays, a couple finches and woodpeckers are feasting on and around the large log cabin feeder Daniel made for them this winter. For years, my husband Daniel has been brain…
For the past four decades, I’ve covered the Indiana General Assembly as a reporter and monitored it as a columnist and publisher. What occurred on the House floor and out in the Statehouse hallways last week has been described as a “racial” clash. And I will tell you upfront that while there…
KENDALLVILLE — A woman who was arrested for burglary after she was found inside a machine shop acting strangely was the most-read story of the week on kpcnews.com.
By the time you will have read this, the full moon of February will have slid right over your sleeping, dreaming family. Precisely at 3:19 a.m. the Snow Moon will have made her entrance, and perhaps some of you will be glad to have her exit! February’s full moon is aptly named the Snow Moon …
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