ICYMI: Our best stories and columns from Jan. 20-26
•Reggie Hayes confesses his addiction to the bizarre Manti Te'o saga.
•Colin Chaulk may be injured, but he's using his situation as an opportunity to gain coaching experience behind the Komets bench.
•Cindy Larson reviews the delicious – and vegan-friendly – dining options at downtown's Pembroke Bakery and Cafe.
•FWCS and EACS are preparing for an influx of students from three schools whose charters were revoked by Ball State University.
•Noah Barbknecht, a 15-year-old Northrop student, is determined to recover after a Christmas eve skiing accident left him paralyzed from the breastbone down.
•In a move that could increase choices and lower prices, the Catholic Cemetery wants to build a $2.5 million funeral home and crematorium on Lake Avenue.
•Some spectacular shots of the Mizpah Shrine Circus by photojournalist Ellie Bogue.
•Pete DiPrimio tells the story of Tom Motter, the last surviving member of Indiana University's first NCAA championship basketball team.
•Now that he's Super Bowl-bound, Ravens offensive coordinator and fired Colts coach Jim Caldwell could have the last laugh if he wanted it. But that's not his style.
•Ice Age-era Allen County resident Fred the mastodon (or at least his skeleton) has a new home at the Indiana State Museum
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