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Buying Homeowners Insurance In Indiana
Did you know that according to the Indiana Department of Insurance (IDI), the insurance industry is one of Indiana's largest employers. That being said, that means there are many insurance options for homeowners in Indiana. Because the insurance industry is so large, there must be tough regulation to ensure the protection of the consumer.

Texans March for Peace on Fourth Anniversary of Invasion of Iraq
As part of a national effort on the fourth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, Texans from all walks of life will join the Million Musician March for Peace, this Saturday, March 17th, in a regional event which begins at noon, at the State Capitol.

Author says America and Her Allies Should Learn from the Past as More Soldiers are Kidnapped in Iraq
Mark Kozak-Holland, author of the popular Lessons from History series of books, says that there are important lessons to be learned from the lives of Allied prisoners of war (POWs) from the Second World War; especially, their state of mind, spirit, and resilience. In "The Great Escape" episode, Allied POWs escaped from a seemingly escape-proof prison camp by using their ingenuity, maintaining their morale, and never losing hope -- a message of hope and encouragement for our soldiers and support workers who are kidnapped from time to time in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere.

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"As It Was" DVD Video Series Offers A Powerful Way To Experience The Bible By Reenacting Reality-TV-Style Scenes On Location In Israel
Youth groups, churches, home schooled students and others will be able to experience the Bible in ways never before seen, through the innovative and powerful technique of relating Bible stories from the perspective of those who lived it in the DVD series "As It Was."

Visit Indiana, Kentucky For Your Next Vacation?

If you live in the Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio region of America, you really do owe it to yourself to make a little trip to Nashville, Indiana sometime in the near future. Nicknamed the "Little Smokies", and referred to by most of us as "Brown County", this thriving artist community is located about an hour from Indianapolis. This time of the year, the trip is especially worth it due to the gorgeous jewel tones of the autumn leaves.

Go on - plan on making a day of it. Roll the windows all the down, play your favorite music and enjoy the ride. Get in touch with nature by having a leisurely picnic and then taking a long, relaxing hike in Yellowwood State Park. While you're there, stop off and see Gobbler's Rock, a four hundred pound rock that's lodged precariously in a tree. Lay lazily on the shore of Lake Monroe and let the sun make you blind as it reflects off the water.

Drop in on any on of literally hundreds of local artists painting the town in a variety of hues. Watch while handmade beeswax candles are dipped and hung to dry, or stare incredulously as a glassblower slowly and painstakingly blows an exquisite round bowl. Bright sunlight shoots jaggedly through pieces of stained glass as the smell of scented candles delightfully ?tickles? your sense of smell. Listen to the soft "click-click-click" of a loom weaving fabric.

Next, take in the flea market and then visit an antique store or two; there certainly are enough of them in these parts ! If you're patient and willing to look carefully, there are definitely old-fashioned bargains to be found.

And when it's time to eat, you certainly won't be disappointed - there are many fine restaurants and cafes to eat at. If it's something sweet on your mind, try and stop yourself from indulging in rich, creamy fudge, caramel apples, funnel cakes or elephant ears, all local favorites and available in abundance.

While you're at it, take a tour of the old log jail house, which was built in the last century and is located downtown in back of the old courthouse.

You have a lot of hard choices if you make the decision to stay the night. From a few of the larger national chains to more small and charming l bed-and-breakfasts, there's something for every taste and budget. You can find many travel deals on the Internet today.

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