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Like many children, Sarah J. Wallace waited at the library every day after school while waiting for her mother, Sheri Wallace, to get off work. Sheri Wallace was a library employee.

Part one of this article detailed how a group of four men who restore historically significant, vintage computers — Carl Claunch, Ken Shirriff, Mike Stewart, and Marc Verdiell — connected with Jimmie Loocke, a former technician at the NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (now Johnson Space Center). Loocke had purchased two tons of scrap Apollo hardware at a recycler’s warehouse in 1975. Included in this purchase was a rare Lunar Module Apollo Guidance Computer, or AGC.

SOUTHERN INDIANA — Around noon Friday, the heat index registered at Death Valley was 97 degrees. In New Albany, that figure was at 105 degrees.

Seth Moulton, a presidential candidate for 2020, called for the impeachment of President Donald J. Trump and encouraged the attendees of the Young Democrats of America convention to do “what’s right.”

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If you’re like me, you’re watching and reading about the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing. The achievement is all the more outstanding considering the limited, archaic technology (by today’s standards) that got us there and back.

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Owning a home may not be the American dream it once was, but in many cities across the country, it’s more economical than ever.

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PALMETTO, Fla. [mdash] Charles J. Buche, 90, passed away Wednesday, July 17, at his Syracuse home after a yearlong illness. An 11 a.m. memorial service will be held Wednesday, July 24, at Goshen Christian Church, 2133 Berkey Ave., Goshen. Yoder-Culp Funeral Home.

SHIPSHEWANA [mdash] Visitation for Harold D. Gingerich, 88, will be from 1-3 p.m. Sunday, July 21, at Marion Christian Fellowship Church, 5460 North 450 West, Shipshewana. A brief funeral service will follow visitation. Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, Middlebury is handling arrangements.