Sen. Todd Young raised a record $1.6 million for his first Senate reelection campaign this past quarter, and he's sitting on a lofty $5.6 million cash. He doesn’t have a primary opponent.
We're fortunate to have a dedicated team of journalists in The Herald Bulletin newsroom, so I'm always looking for opportunities to write about them.
Fall is a season of surprises. In a matter of days, we are going to wake to an unexpected frost, and already the very landscape we see is changing by the day.
Vigo County's three high school buildings are reaching obsolescence. It's up to residents to decide what to do about that.
On one hand, we applaud Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and 10 of his fellow Republicans for their vote to keep the United States, at least temporarily, from defaulting on its debts.
It’s been more than a week since Jon Gruden resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders, and the NFL seems more than happy to sweep the whole incident under the rug.
SHIPSHEWANA — While he does not know them personally, Loyal Martin is praying hard for the safe and timely release of the 17 missionaries kidnapped in Haiti over the weekend — and he’s asking the community to do the same.
Since the running of the 50th annual Winchester 400, there has been a lot of discussion concerning car counts and the future of super late model racing.
As a prelude to Donald Trump’s presidency, his adviser, Steve Bannon, said in 2016, “Lenin wanted to destroy the state, and that’s my goal, too. I want to bring everything crashing down and destroy all of today’s establishment.”
My favorite feature of our home near downtown Muncie is the front porch, which looks out over the grounds of Minnestrista Cultural Center across St. Joseph Street.
A Facebook friend recently shared a post suggesting that mainstream Republicans had become “racists, Nazis, child molesters and blackout drunk, gang-raping prep school boys.” Really? Mainstream Republicans? Look, I understand the Republican Party has some fringe elements, but posts like this are way beyond the pale.
The time Indiana conducted a competition among state regions for significant quality-of-life funds, the Terre Haute area got beat out by the Fort Wayne, Evansville and South Bend regions.
Visitors to the eastside Terre Haute coffeeshop Java Haute no doubt have seen Neary's painting — an angular, artistic vision of eight local historic figures chatting over coffee. That's similar to the concept Mark Frederick and his creative team have for the Iconic Voices Project.
Joe Lee drew the illustrations. He also added words and dialogue to the scenes. Still, Lee's new book "Forgiveness: The Story of Eva Kor, Survivor of the Auschwitz Twin Experiments" sprang from a source beyond himself.
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