Among the corn and bean fields of Lagrange County is a gem, one that’s been part of 21 Country for a very long time.
It wasn’t that long ago most folks rode the rails from city to city, even in town..the interurban, carrying people to work and to shop.
Designing a new car is a mix of old technology and new.
-The circus may be dying but all those great acts and beautiful moves will live on somewhere.
In Auburn, Indiana’s Evergreen Cemetery there is a small reminder that big things can come from small places, large talents from small towns.
Fred and LuWana Perkins’s Steuben County home is a pretty little place not unlike others across 21 Country. With one little difference.
It was the great water highway that signaled the arrival of civilization to 21 Country, the Wabash Erie Canal..built by immigrants mostly, Polish, Irish, German.
What starts out as a dream can become real with good intentions and generosity.
It’s the image that shocked the world then and shocks us now, two black teenagers, Abe Smith and Tom Shipp, dragged from a jail cell on August 7th 1930 and hanged on the lawn of the Grant County courthouse in Marion, Indiana for a crime they didn’t commit.
Not many towns are reinventing themselves like Decatur, Indiana…new sidewalks and streets, public art on display downtown.
It meanders through most of 21 Country, from Cedar Lake in northern Dekalb County to the St. Joseph River in Allen County.