If you were asked to describe today’s culture, what would you say?
GREENFIELD — The Blue family spent some of Labor Day weekend riding horses and four-wheelers with new friends.
Members of Realife Church participated in a community service day recently, assisting Greenfield Parks and Recreation with local projects such as gardening and mulching at the James Whitcomb Riley Boyhood Home.
GREENFIELD – The Daily Reporter is accepting photos of people showing animals, projects or prizes/ribbons at the Indiana State Fair. If you would like a photo to be featured in an upcoming page about the fair, email it to [email protected] Include the name of the person in the photo and details about the project, show or prize.
This seems to be an issue in every home across the country. Even if your child doesn’t yet have a cell phone, they still likely have access to a TV, a parent’s phone, a tablet, or some other gaming device. Every one of these devices is intentionally programmed to be addictive. I’m sure you’ve also heard before of the damaging effects that too much screen time can have on us and especially the developing minds of our kiddos.
Editor’s note: The Daily Reporter is featuring local recipes and the stories behind them. Here, Sarah Burnett of Greenfield shares a recipe for tater tot casserole, which she enjoys making with her children, Ethan, age 9, and Ava, 8.
Craft beer tasting fundraiser scheduled
Here’s a look at local events and news with ties to Hancock County’s agricultural community.
Did you read the story about the father and son who attended a professional baseball game together and in the fifth inning rushed the field and beat the pulp out of the first-base coach?
GREENFIELD – Local families will be required once again to pay for school breakfast and lunch in the upcoming school year, or file an application to receive a free or a reduced meals.