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Saint Francis defensive lineman Kevin Bush

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In Sports: Now that he has returned home and has rekindled his passion for football, Kevin Bush’s life has come full circle. The Homestead graduate spent 3 1/2 years in the Army and played at IU before hooking up with Saint Francis.

In Living: The other side of Indiana Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman. Skillman shares her passions outside of the governor’s office.


In Living: After-school snacks to help satisfy before dinner.


In Living: You’ve spent months planning your wedding, but days before the big day, a freak storm has hit, knocking out power and felling trees. What do you do? Experts talk about having a wedding Plan B.


In Sports: Saint Francis football coach Kevin Donley has won a national title in the NAIA and made the Cougars a power. This season, Donley’s excellence will move him to the top of the list for most wins in NAIA history.


In Sports: Bishop Dwenger graduate John Goodman went to Notre Dame with high expectations on the football field. But while he has received his degree, the fifth-year senior is still looking to excel on the field.