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ESCANABA TOWNSHIP, MI — This summer Amish families moved into the Delta County area, and Amish alert signs were put up to caution other motorists using the roads to keep an eye out for the Amish in their horse-drawn buggies.
It’s fall 2018, and La Farge physician James DeLine has brought us to talk with Barbara and Daniel Hochstetler, part of the large Amish population in Wisconsin’s Driftless Region. Six of their 11 children live with siterosterolemia, an extremely rare disease that can cause joint damage, stroke or heart attack, due to accumulations of a plant-based fat akin to cholesterol.
Anne Beiler had an upbringing unlike most people. "I grew up on an Amish farm in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania," she told InsideEdition.com. It may seem like an unlikely start for someone who would grow up to found Auntie Anne's pretzels, the chain of soft pretzel stands at malls across America.
Two Indiana County volunteer firefighters have been jailed for allegedly setting fire to an Amish furniture store about 15 miles north of Indiana — one of a string of 11 suspicious fires in that region since August 2018, state police said Wednesday.
TikTok, a popular app which allows users to record themselves in short videos, is being utilized by a number of religious groups attempting to spread their message — most notably, the Amish, who are famously opposed to modern technology.
INDIANA - An Indiana man who authorities said leveraged his Amish heritage to lure unwitting investors into a scheme that duped them out of millions has been ordered to pay over $5.2 million in penalties and restitution.
OHIO - Holmes Co., Ohio, is a patchwork of farmland. Modest houses perch on sloping hills and laundry hangs from clothes lines, flapping in the wind. There are horses and buggies – some driven by farmers in straw hats, others by women with their hair covered in bonnets, babies on their laps.