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Are persons collecting for tornado relief legit?
Hoosiers should be aware of people taking the opportunity in light of the recent catastrophic events in Oklahoma to prey on the generosity of those willing to help out monetarily.
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Okla. officials vow not to quit looking until everyone is found
The tornado that killed 24 people and injured at least 100 others in the Moore and Oklahoma City area cut a 17-mile-long path that started in Newcastle and ended at Lake Stanley Draper. Nine of the dead are children.
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Sectional champs: Members of the team (from left) Coach Bill Meissner, Claire Kern, Clare Struewing, Kelly Weigel, Alyssa DeFiglio, Conner Struewing, Abby Ashton Abby Sweeney, Coach Molly Hacker and Head Coach Scott Kluener.
Honored: Y board member Andy Jaisle praised grant donors: (from left) Rising Sun Regional Foundation, represented by Jerry Smith; Ripley County Community Foundation, led by Sally Morris; United Way of Franklin County, led by Yvonne Brandes; and John A. Hillenbrand Foundation, represented by Peter Hillenbrand.