Chris Ballard has been clear about his intentions from the January day in 2017 when he was named the Indianapolis Colts general manager.
A bill limiting the use of firefighting foams containing PFAS passed a Senate committee Monday, moving to the full Senate for discussion.
In these turbulent times in world of public education, school administrators — especially the ones in charge of schools which have been stigmatized by the “failing” label— are under tremendous pressure to change the instructional practices in their buildings.
Grab your boogie shoes and get ready to dance ’cause Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre’s last production will have you movin’ and groovin’ as you’re transported back in time to the heyday of disco.
It is election season, so we face several more months of claims about the U.S. economy. Predictably, the economy is neither as good as the incumbents profess it to be, nor bad as those running to unseat them assert.
Many residents of Miami County have probably heard by now of the Indiana Department of Transportation’s current effort to purchase homes along U.S. 31. In fact, some of you reading this article, may have been directly contacted by INDOT, or been subject to the “leave behind postcard” with INDOT contact information, which has caused some panic and uncertainty among homeowners.
Last month Indiana raised the tobacco and vaping supplies age limit from 18 to 21 years of age. However, this has not stopped the epidemic of teens who are using e-cigarettes.
While freshman forward Trayce Jackson-Davis has been Indiana’s most consistent player this season, senior guard Devonte Green has been the team’s most befuddling.
About a month ago, I predicted Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren would be the last two candidates standing in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
This Week's Circulars
Sr. Alice Retzner, formerly Sr. Francile, age 77 of the Sisters of St. Francis in Oldenburg, died Thursday, February 6, 2020 at the convent. Born Alice Jean on March 20, 1942 in Sunman, Indiana, she is the daughter of Frances (nee: Riehle) and Louis Retzner. She taught for 17 years at school…
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