Author: Kathy Borlik

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Cold night for Florida State game makes retirement easier to handle... [Read More]
The website said the dog had been abandoned in the woods in eastern Pennsylvania. Lots of things were wrong including a painful eye condition. [Read More]
"I enjoy raising money and helping others to understand cancer." [Read More]
Tags: Preteens - Relay - Life
Mac Bardayan will have many adventures and learning experiences this school year. Oh, the things he will see. [Read More]
A young historian. [Read More]
A young historian. [Read More]
South Bend woman: "I didn't want to stop drawing pretty clothes." [Read More]
A mystery quilt. (The mystery comes a bit later. Please stay tuned.) [Read More]
National tournament shines spotlight on Therese Walatka of South Bend. [Read More]
James Stebbins retired from Riley High School this spring... [Read More]
After teaching in the South Bend schools for 53 years, James Stebbins retired from Riley High this spring. He taught Latin for most of those... [Read More]
Deliveries were about 90 minutes apart. [Read More]
"I've heard for years that men were going to start dressing up again. It isn't happening in my lifetime," says the owner of Landis Clothing... [Read More]
Zita Rydzinski is named after the Zita, the last empress of Austria. That's a good, regal way to start life. and it has been a... [Read More]
Tags: Zita - Austria - Osceola
A first haircut demands a lot of attention, some calming words, squeaky toys, lots of relatives and one sweet lollipop. [Read More]
Doctors have worked together in South Bend since 1980. [Read More]
Their children grew up together. Now they compare notes about grandchildren and great-grandchildren. They also take time to solve all the problems in the world. [Read More]
"The Cookie Lady" honored with cookbook... [Read More]
A young humanitarian in the making. [Read More]
A funny thing happened in the line for lunch for Anne Petersen of Mishawaka... [Read More]
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