Just when you think there’s nothing new under the sun, something new comes along.
There’s a new field of psychology called “wantology.” It’s an actual field of expertise where “wantologists” help people discern or define their wants and desires and then help them work out a plan to achieve them.
That’s what I want — a wantologist!
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The Trimble Banner publishes all misdemeanors, felonies and small-claims judgments recorded in district court, as well as all civil suits recorded in circuit court. Juvenile court cases are not published.
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The winner of the 2014 HAPO Columbia Cup Championship is…the crew of the U-6 Oberto/Miss Madison. Jimmy Shane drove a badly hurt and patched boat to victory after the team put a temporary fix on a hole in the left sponson that looked to be beyond repair.
About a month ago, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reaffirmed what has long been assumed: A college degree really is worth the investment.
Using data dating back to 1973, the Fed determined that those with a bachelor’s degree earn about $64,500 a year, which is nearly $24,000 more than someone who finishes their education at the end of high school. Over a career, that difference adds up to $1.2 million, or nearly 10 times the cost to earn that four-year diploma.
Mary Esther Dart Liter, 88 of Madison, Ind., formerly of Deputy, died Monday July 21, 2014 at Jennings Healthcare, North Vernon, Ind.
She was born Aug. 14, 1925 in Crothersville, Ind., to Hezzie and Pearl (Lowry) Dart.
By DAVE TAYLOR
The Trimble Banner
Trimble County Fiscal Court voted to purchase two vehicles during their July 21 meeting.
Trimble County Jailer Bobby Temple had received bids on two separate vehicles—a Ford Explorer and a Ford Taurus—for use by Temple and his deputies to transport prisoners to and from area jail facilities and the Trimble County Courthouse. While Temple said either vehicle could do the job, his preference was the Explorer. The purchase price of the Taurus was the least expensive of the two, at $30,105.