Sometimes history tries to teach us a lesson.
The Supreme Court decision on school desegregation in 1954 and the Montgomery bus boycott in 1955 led by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., marked the first phase of the modern civil rights movement.
As Trayce Jackson-Davis and Al Durham scored at will early on Wednesday night against Rutgers, Indiana needed one more player to step up to keep the defense for the Scarlet Knights honest.
It began so promisingly, with a barrage of 3-pointers from Al Durham sprinkled in with some nifty pick-and-roll plays that resulted in easy Trayce Jackson-Davis baskets.
Susan Turner said when she first learned about a $70,000 challenge grant opportunity for the Terre Haute Children's Museum in November, "I started crying."
At Meadows Elementary, and districtwide, many teachers and staff dressed in black as part of Blackout4ED, a statewide effort organized by the Indiana State Teachers Association to draw attention to what they see as the Indiana Legislature's lack of support for public education.
A new jury trial date of Sept. 20 has been set for former Vigo County schools superintendent Danny Tanoos in his bribery case pending in Marion County.
GOSHEN — Goshen teachers were seeing red Wednesday. They converged on the Goshen Community Schools Administration Center for a rally denouncing what they feel is an onslaught of anti-public education legislation currently working its way through the Indiana General Assembly.
Just one day after the state opened up vaccination eligibility to those 60-64, more than one-third of the 425,000 Hoosiers who now qualify have scheduled an appointment to get their COVID-19 vaccine or already received it.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Two hundred Southern Indiana seniors have received a big boost in groceries through a partnership with multiple community agencies and municipalities.
Recent local news and television reports have featured stories on Anderson’s all-white school board’s refusal to allow Blacks and Hispanics to serve as non-voting members of the committee to interview candidates for the superintendency. Not only do I think such refusal is shameful, it is also likely to guarantee the selection of a superintendent who may not be the best choice for the position.
Embrace hope as we mourn a half-million
As the one-year anniversary of the month during which the COVID-19 pandemic began in the U.S. nears, a milestone signifying the severity and seriousness of the public health crisis has already arrived.
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This Week's Circulars
- Cougars repeat as MHC champs
- McGee selected as 2021 500 Festival Princess
- Worley indicted for sexual offenses against a minor
- Southeastern Indiana YMCA staff members receive special recognition
- Marketing Greensburg to the masses
- Public defender Alexander Newman arrested in Hamilton County
- Jonathan Barada joins IU Ventures as vice president
- Batesville man charged with three felonies
- Charlestown donates historic railcar to Louisville nonprofit
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