From the Shady Streets of Worthington,
The Worthington Times Online.
In Historic Worthington, Indiana
The Hometown of
Shady Streets & Friendly People
Herbert O. Yardley
America's Most Colorful Cryptologist
Honored in National Security Agency Hall of Fame
Codebreaker, Poker Player
Author of "The Education of a Poker Player"
and "The American Black Chamber"
Fred A. Jewell
Indiana's March King
Honored with Indiana Historical Marker on Worthington's Triangle
Bandleader of Marching Bands and Circus Bands including
Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus Band
Composer of March Music including "E Pluribus Unum"
Composer of Circus Music including "The Screamer"
The Big Sycamore Tree
A giant sycamore said to be the nation's largest deciduous tree
Honored by the Indiana State Museum as the
Icon representing Greene County, Indiana
One limb uniquely preserved in the Worthington Park --
A monument to the Big Tree after it fell in a storm in 1924
The Worthington Times
Greene County's Oldest Newspaper - Established in 1853
A treasure trove of Worthington and Greene County history
Over 150 years of back issues preserved on microfilm housed in...
The Indiana State Library in Indianapolis and
The Worthington-Jefferson Township Public Library in Worthington
The Times is no longer published on newsprint but it lives on