Four applications have been submitted to the Indiana Gaming Commission seeking a gaming license to operate a casino in Vigo County.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Indiana National Guard members are being deployed to Clark Memorial Health over the next one to two weeks to help support staff with increased work loads due to COVID-19.
Organizers of last week’s benefit concert billed as the final Little Bit Country Jamboree said Tuesday the event raised at least $50,000 for Special Olympics of Madison County.
INDIANA — A new program launching Monday aims to connect the entire state with stable broadband, a need that has been present in Indiana for years but has been exacerbated by the pandemic.
Eight parents spoke and a few more cheered at public comments made at the regularly scheduled meeting of the Lebanon Community School Board. The subject was about the mask mandate placed on Sept. 15.
Two weeks into the longest NFL regular season in history, there are very few solid answers around the league. But some interesting questions have been raised.
What is a little girl worth? That is the question Olympic champion Simone Biles, along with three other female gymnasts, asked at a Senate Judiciary hearing last week. The purpose of the hearing was to allow U.S. senators to hear these elite athletes tell their stories of repeated molestation by one Dr. Larry Nassar.
Pete Bitar’s plans almost always are up in the air. A couple of years ago, the local inventor and entrepreneur worked on the VertiCycle, an autonomous single-person drone. These days, his attention is directed at creating the Mark 6 Jetpack and the Leo flying production automobiles.
Congressional Democrats face a pretty simple choice. They can find a way to compromise on a budget reconciliation measure, or they can walk away empty-handed.
The city of Terre Haute is proposing a 2022 overall operating budget of $98.6 million, an increase of about 2.3%. percent over this year. Of that, the proposed general fund budget is $35.2 million, a 1.3% increase.
Here's a disquieting statistic from the Vigo County Health Department's Ashlee Stewart: Only 9% of local Black men between 35 and 39 have gotten the COVID-19 vaccine.
SOUTH BEND — When the Notre Dame Fighting Irish travel the hour-and-a-half trek down to Soldier Field in Chicago on Saturday, it’ll be an extra special day for one of Notre Dame’s starting defenders.
BLOOMINGTON – After a second tough game in three outings, Indiana quarterback Michael Penix Jr. received consolation from man’s best friend.
GOSHEN — Hammerfalls pelted along with raindrops and saw blades squealed west of Goshen Tuesday as part of work to rebuild barns lost in near-simultaneous fires on two properties last weekend.
Life has changed for Cassandra Ryle, a 66-year-old Anderson resident who, until two months ago, had to structure her days based on her proximity to the nearest bathroom.
INDIANAPOLIS — Due to urban population growth and rural population declines, districts lines shifted significantly for state Senate districts, creating four new districts and pitting eight sitting members against each other in future elections.
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This Week's Circulars
- Kelly Hawes column: Spreading the truth about the vaccines
- Funeral director accused of being 'unfit to practice'
- Honda begins Civic Hatchback production at HMIN
- Farm crawl to open up a world of agriculture in Boone and Hamilton counties
- HCH nearing capacity as COVID-19 spikes
- Annual Fall Festival a success
- New physical therapy clinic open in Batesville
- Local Silver Alert canceled
- Woman charged with animal neglect had similar issues in other states
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