GREENSBURG — Keegan McCullough’s junior season at IUPUI was just getting going on the golf course.
There is an old adage something to the effect, “A bad day’s fishing is better than the best day at work.” I remember a few years ago when both of these situations combined and produced terrible day fishing for someone at work.
GREENSBURG — Greensburg senior Andrew Welage has garnered attention from scouts, coaches, fans and colleges throughout the country during his entire 4-year high school career at Greensburg Community High School.
GREENSBURG — South Decatur boys basketball head coach Kendall Wildey has been recognized by his fellow coaches as one of six Bob King Coaches of the Year in the state.
GREENSBURG — As the country’s sports have come to a halt, Greensburg girls tennis coach June Rigney opened up about the state of sports and what it means for her team.
TOKYO — The IOC announced a first-of-its-kind postponement of the Summer Olympics on Tuesday, bowing to the realities of a coronavirus pandemic that is shutting down daily life around the globe and making planning for a massive worldwide gathering in July a virtual impossibility.
GREENSBURG — After a complete sweep of the EIAC, both Greensburg Pirates basketball programs were recognized for their efforts with multiple All-Conference nods and two most valuable players.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is conducting an angler creel survey at West Boggs Lake in Daviess County this year. The survey is part of a study running through October. A DNR creel clerk will be stationed at the main boat ramp to conduct brief interviews with anglers at the en…
GREENSBURG — With the NCAA putting things on hold for spring sports, local athletes at the next level have put their work on pause to return home from college campuses.
INDIANAPOLIS — The the IHSAA’s announcement that only 75 people may attend the regional games this weekend from each school, refunds are being rolled out for those that bought tickets to each regional.
The NCAA canceled its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments on Thursday because of the spread of coronavirus, putting an abrupt end to the season less than a month before champions were to be crowned.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — IndyCar and NASCAR will both race this weekend without spectators, the latest sports series affected by concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic.
NEW YORK — Major League Baseball is delaying the start of its season by at least two weeks because of the coronavirus outbreak and suspended the rest of its spring training game schedule. Opening day had been scheduled for March 26.
The class tournament has ruined Indiana high school basketball: So goes the refrain of many longtime fans of Hoosier Hysteria.
GREENSBURG — The South Decatur Cougars continued their school record breaking season on Saturday night by winning their first sectional title in boys basketball since 2008 with their third win of the season over cross-county rival North Decatur 82-65.
GREENSBURG — The North Decatur Chargers, Milan Indians, South Decatur Cougars and Triton Central Tigers faithful filled the stands around Cook Court Friday night to rally their teams onward into the IHSAA state basketball tournament.
CONNERSVILLE – In the sectional semifinal Friday at Connersville, the Pirates built a big lead, withstood a second-half charge by the Spartans and pulled away to the 65-49 victory over Connersville.
GREENSBURG — Thursday evening, North Decatur senior standout student-athlete Alex Stirn made his college choice official by signing on to join the Ball State Cardinals football team.
GREENSBURG — Greensburg’s Aliyah Evans was named First team All-State by the Indiana Girls Sports Coaches Association last week, an award handed out to only 15 players throughout the state.
- 1st local COVID-19 death reported
- Travel restrictions now in place
- County prepared to enforce travel ban
- DCHD shares COVID-19 insight
- In the eye of the storm
- Decatur Co. confirms 1st case of COVID-19
- Stoppages planned on I-74 in Decatur Co.
- Essential: GPD Officer Eric Lusk
- Sam's Food & Spirits founder stepping away from business
- State continues preparing for peak of COVID-19 outbreak