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BEVERLY BREWER MCCOMBS

Dec. 28, 1955 – July 23, 2018 We introduced Beverly Brewer McCombs to Extol readers in October 2017 when she was one of several breast cancer survivors we featured in the issue. Vivacious and funny, Beverly lit up the room during her photo shoot and caused some of us to wipe away tears when she…Read More

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A Splash of Art

PHOTO BYCHRISTIAN WATSON Artist Wilfred “Will” Sieg III has been busy transforming the water tower located at Michigan Avenue in Jeffersonville, much to the delight of passersby. The tank is a vibrant marker for the arts and cultural district slated for the area.

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Exit | December 2017

Photo by Angie Fenton At 6 a.m. Nov. 16, Q103.1 Morning Host Dingo Crank and Mike Benson of A1 Porta Potty ascended their respective scissor lifts – Dingo at Buffalo Wild Wings on Westport Road in Louisville and Mike at Coyle Chevrolet in Clarksville – where they both committed to reside for the next 103…Read More

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Exit | And Baby Makes…4,000!

And Baby Makes…4,000! Courtesy photo Elizabeth Bary, a certified nurse midwife with WomanCare, a Jeffersonville OB/GYN practice, recently delivered her 4,000th baby. Lincoln Thomas Miller was born at 9:45 a.m. Aug. 16 to parents Jill and Matt Miller. A passionate advocate for natural birth, Elizabeth takes great pride in the milestone. “My relationship with each…Read More

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In June, the Building & Development Association of Southern Indiana (BDASI) invited attendees of the 2017 BDASI Home Expo to enter the Extol Your Selfie Contest for a chance to win $250. Participation was easy: Take a selfie at the BDASI Home Expo and submit it to Extol. A panel of judges picked the top…Read More

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On March 2, 2012 – a seemingly normal Friday – tornadoes tore through Southern Indiana and Kentucky, devastating communities and families. In all, the death toll reached 22 in Kentucky, and 14 people died in Southern Indiana, including Henryville resident Lenora Hunter’s husband, Wayne. Determined to move forward, Lenora – who was seriously injured in…Read More