BATESVILLE -- U.S. Representative Greg Pence recently met with Batesville Mayor Mike Bettice to discuss local concerns and share some updates on legislative issues in Washington.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Sen. Todd Young said now is the time to act to stop teens from smoking, as more reports of cases of lung illnesses with links to the use of e-cigarettes rise.

INDIANAPOLIS—After listening to her fellow justices sing her praises, Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush was reappointed to a second five-year term Wednesday by the Judicial Nominating Commission.

INDIANAPOLIS—Saying that Indiana’s attorney general should be an advocate for Hoosiers, Democratic state Sen. Karen Tallian announced Wednesday that she is jumping into the race.

The Plainfield Chamber of Commerce Farmers’ Market kicked off its season this week with more than 30 vendors and hundreds of customers enjoying the opportunity to purchase locally grown and produced vegetables, fruits, baked goods, honey, soap, eggs and more.

A large fight involving a group of females in the area of Taylor and Ohio streets Wednesday evening resulted in four being arrested on battery charges.

Mike Grant Times Herald |Kenny Soliday accepts the Helen Jones award from Daviess County Republican Party Chairman Jan Schuler-Hicks. The award is presented annually to the republican who has represented the party and community through their actions. Soliday was honored for his service as a …

Concerned that the United States lags behind other nations in math and science education, juniors and seniors at Anderson High School have developed a comprehensive plan to make Indiana a leader in those areas.

Permission to use county facilities for Lebanon’s annual Back To The Fifties festival was unanimously granted by the Boone County Commissioners Monday, after organization chairwoman Carmen Ottinger outlined plans for this year’s event, scheduled for Sept. 18-19 in and around the Boone County…

Logansport residents and officials hope to continue to get funding for investigating possible environmental contaminants in town as a current grant period for those purposes comes to a close.

GOSHEN — Officials with Goshen Community Schools will have to wait a bit longer to deal with traffic safety issues along an alleyway next to the corporation’s administration building following a meeting of the Goshen City Council Tuesday.

FAA investigators look over and photograph the sport plane that crashed into a pole barn at 7206 West 600 North in Tipton County shortly after noon on June 3, 2015. The long time pilot and owner of the barn, Gary Tackett said that he could not get the plane to steer easily, although he was a…

FAA investigators look over and photograph the sport plane that crashed into a pole barn at 7206 West 600 North in Tipton County shortly after noon on June 3, 2015. The long time pilot and owner of the barn, Gary Tackett said that he could not get the plane to steer easily, although he was a…

FAA investigators look over and photograph the sport plane that crashed into a pole barn at 7206 West 600 North in Tipton County shortly after noon on June 3, 2015. The long time pilot and owner of the barn, Gary Tackett said that he could not get the plane to steer easily, although he was a…

FAA investigators look over and photograph the sport plane that crashed into a pole barn at 7206 West 600 North in Tipton County shortly after noon on June 3, 2015. The long time pilot and owner of the barn, Gary Tackett said that he could not get the plane to steer easily, although he was a…

Wreckage: A Tipton County man was uninjured after crashing his kit plane into the roof of a pole barn Wednesday afternoon.

When Southern Wesleyan University awarded 262 graduates with degrees during two commencement ceremonies on its campus in Central, South Carolina, John Dickey, recently retired Hill-Rom Holdings senior vice president, was the Class of 2015 spring commencement speaker.

“Readers are Super Heroes” is the library’s Summer Reading Program theme and “Every Hero has a Story” is the first Tween/Teen Summer Reading Program motto. Organizers Heather Ronnebaum (left) and Sandra Dickey get in the spirit with a cape and cutouts borrowed from Grinning Goblin Comics and Games.

A fresh initiative just started at the Batesville Memorial Public Library. The first Tween/Teen Summer Reading Program for kids 12 and up takes place June 1-Aug. 1, reports teen programming director Heather Ronnebaum. It follows the national theme “Every Hero has a Story.”

Frank Denzler | The Rushville RepublicanPictured are many of the 70 plus local youngsters that attended the Rushville City Parks Summer Camp last summer. This year, the camp will be held July 6-10th.

Bargersville native John Sutton poses in front of a UH1-H helicopter while serving in Vietnam in 1970.

Submitted photosJohn Sutton (center) holds the certificate for the Army Soldier’s Medal. He was joined at the ceremony by (from left) Rep. Larry Bucshon, wife Stephanie Sutton and Maj. Gen. Martin Umbarger, Indiana National Guard adjutant general.

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Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

Slow going on U.S. 52 in Franklin County

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Obituaries

Aleah Nelene, Kinsley Ann, and Gracelynn Shae Carmer, infant daughters of Christopher Carmer and Cassandra Hellmich of Greensburg, passed away on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at St. Vincent Women's Hospital in Indianapolis. They are survived by their parents; one sister, Maya Hellmich, Greensbur…

Charles E. Kuntz, 92, of Shelbyville, passed away August 20, 2019 at MHP Medical Center in Shelbyville. Funeral services will be 12:00 noon on Saturday, August 24, 2019 at Glenn E. George & Son Funeral Home, 437 Amos Road, Shelbyville. Burial will be ion Mt. Pisgah Baptist Cemetery. Visi…

Hallie Maxine Thompson Revalee, 88, passed away Monday morning August 19, 2019, at Country Charm Senior Living Center in Greenwood, Indiana, after a long illness. She had previously lived in Greensburg, Indiana, for over fifty-five years. Maxine was the first child of Ray and Helen Cooper Th…

Ann M. Dawson Baker, 47, formerly of Westport, IN died on August 7th, 2019 at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center in Fort Walton Beach Florida. Born October 2, 1971 in Rushville, IN she was the daughter of Harry and Susan (Clemons) Dawson. She was a 1990 graduate of South Decatur Junior/Senior …