Letters in the attic: The telling of a long-lost love story

A beloved tradition: Deming Park lights up at Christmas time

Humane Society: Adopting shouldn’t be ‘impulse decision;’ consider these recommendations first

Breast Cancer survivor learns power of community, taking charge of your health

Returning to Boston: Terre Haute runner Majel Wells to compete in marathon 10 years after bombing

4,682 miles: That’s at least 5K every day for two years

Local brewers working to reimagine, restore aspects of Terre Haute Brewing District’s illustrious past

‘Abstract illusions’: Artist Cheryl Hahn returns to her roots with exhibition at Swope

Breaking the glass ceiling: 8 of 12 full-time employees running new Convention Center are women

Put a ring on it: Lab-created diamonds, black ceramic bands popular

Straight from the patch: Roadside farmstand offers more than 80 varieties of pumpkins

Breast cancer survivor Learns gratitude for life

Sons’ Spice Co. brings spices, cooking experiences to 12 Points

Terre Haute Farmers Market offers seasonal fresh produce, food and much more

Spreading a paws-itive attitude: Canines for Christ spread love, kindness throughout Valley

Lace it Up! Kids Running Program offers fitness, fun for Wabash Valley youth

A Creatively Designated Life: Anna Lee Chalos-McAleese and Andy McAleese create renowned art from inside their Collett Park home studio

With the stroke of a brush: Artist Becky Hochhalter

12 Under 40 Profiles: Leaders of Terre Haute (wrote eight of the 12 profiles)

Couples share secrets to a successful marriage

Organize, donate, decorate: Tidy up before sprucing up this spring

Wedding flowers symbolize start of new journey

Breast cancer taught Jules Dunbar an appreciation for life

Individualized approach key to future of breast cancer detection, treatment

Komen walk celebrates 25th anniversary in Valley

Taking care of yourself: Self care can be practiced every day in myriad ways, including physically & socially (Jan/Feb 2022)

Oh Christmas Tree: Find your perfect tree at these you-cut and you-choose farms (December 2021)

Bridgeton Country Christmas Feature (December 2021)

It’s fall in the Haute: October has arrived and there’s no shortage of fun and spooky activities (Cover story, October 2021)

Dog Friendly Terre Haute (July 2021)

RUN THE PARKS: Challenge helps earn city national designation (May 2021)

ILLUMINATION WELLNESS: Business offers tools to practice healing, transformational experiences to its clients (May 2021)

Spring gardening (April 2021)

Hob Nob Market (April 2021

Memorable and elegant: weddings in unprecedented times (Cover story, March 2021)

Taping into a Vigo County natural resource: seasonal production of maple syrup makes Prairie Creek unique (March 2021)

Holiday celebrations still on: Check out our roundup (Cover story, December 2020)

Daily bread: Manna From Seven feeds hundreds every week (December 2020)

Place of honor: Veterans Memorial Museum pays tribute to those who served (cover story, November 2020)

Back to Good: Helping people feel great in their skin (November 2020)

Off-road skills: New youth mountain biking team takes to the trails (Cover story, September 2020)

Blush Beauty Bar: Care and attention makes trip to Blush a relaxing getaway (August 2020)

Perfect Match: Couple discover the right mix of beauty, history in Terre Haute (April 2020)

Mind, body & spirit: Maple Center approaches wellness with whole person in mind (January 2020 cover story, page 18) 

The ‘science of life’ Devaki Lammet uses yoga, Ayurveda, rooted in ancient practice, to help others find peace, wellness (January 2020 issue)

The language of music: Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra a bright gem in our community, connecting people through music (pages 18-29)

The house that sugar built: Creating a gingerbread house a part of Miracle events

Breast cancer survivor says positive attitude is key

Breast cancer awareness month kicks off with focus on multiple types, treatments

Vision and pride: Vigo County Historical Society Museum opens in new History Center downtown (pages 16-23)

Walk, run, bike: The  National Road Heritage Trail (pages 20-21)

One quarter of a car, but a whole lot of fun: Terre Haute Quarter Midget Association (pages 38-40)

Ultra runners: Terre Haute ultra runners find community and life lessons on the trails and terrain

Police Life: Terre Haute Junior Police Academy connects police, youth in positive way (page 16)

Jack-of-all-trades: From burning buildings to medical emergencies, fire, EMS responders always on call (page 20)

Military presence: Armed forces play significant role in community (page 24)

Running through the Seasons: Come fall, winter, spring and summer, runner finds her outings stretch the body, open the mind

Staying alive: Landmark Terre Haute music shop Headstone Friends still selling after all these years (page 16)

Letting the brush work its magic: Self-taught painter continues family legacy, creates artistic future

Turn to the River plans to connect downtown to Wabash River in innovative way

Raising Rabbits: 4-H helps sisters lay foundation for a bright future

Maintaining its primitive look, Country Cabin enjoying new location

Crossing Language Barriers: The Coca-Cola Bottle, Born in Terre Haute, a Worldwide Phenomenon

Up Front at the Museum: Before the Selfie

Up Front at the Museum: Grand Old Flag

Up Front at the Museum: The Dresser Home

Understanding the misunderstood: J.D. Vance’s Memoir sheds light on the long-suffering Rust Belt families and culture