As I continue to examine the results of the ILEARN test, my concerns grow. I’d like to share three big concerns with you this week.
CLARKSVILLE — Doug Drake has heard the gut-wrenching stories. He knows all about the increased need for mental health services due to the ongoing opioid epidemic.
As Marlon Mack came around right end late in the fourth quarter Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium, a freight train cleared the way in front of him.
With 1:56 remaining and the game in the balance Sunday afternoon, Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich sent his offense onto the field and got a preview of the Atlanta Falcons’ defense.
Tucked away in a charming southern Indiana town on the banks of the Ohio River, the Culbertson Mansion stands out as the crown jewel in a neighborhood bursting with beautiful historic homes.
The Federal Reserve held its regularly scheduled meeting this week. As is always the case, it considers whether to increase or decrease the supply of money in circulation. This decision potentially affects inflation and nominal economic growth. Whatever the choice it will face criticism, so it is helpful to understand what, why and how it might take action.
Indiana found inspiration from a fallen teammate, and with a balanced effort on offense and big takeaway on defense, officially put its lopsided loss to Ohio State in the rearview mirror.
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JEFFERSONVILLE — As millions of people protested across the world for a day of climate strikes, a group also came together in Southern Indiana to raise awareness and demand action on the issue of climate change.
President Abraham Lincoln passed through Thorntown, Lebanon and Zionsville on his inaugural train ride in 1861, stopping in each to speak to locals from the last car on the tracks.
An active shooter at Lebanon High School Friday “killed” two students and injured more. We already know that the public address system failed during the incident that began around 10:40 a.m. The shooter was subdued shortly after 11 a.m. His weapon was an air horn.
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Alvin R.W. Kessens, 100, passed away September 16th. Husband of the late Ruth Kessens. Survived by children Charles Kessens, Marian Kessens, Barbara Spreckelson, Linda Reichel. Visitation Sunday, 12-2pm with 2pm funeral all at Meyers Funeral Home.
Gary Joseph Hewitt, 55, of Taylors, SC died Monday, September 16, 2019. Born in Shelbyville, IN, he was a son of Beverly Jo Shelhorn Hewitt and the late Gary William Hewitt. Gary served in the United States Army and was stationed in Germany. He was a graduate of the University of Michigan. G…
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