When the pandemic hit last school year, Michele Starkey knew her school corporation would have to make some changes.
BURLINGTON – Carroll County Coroner Kristin Enoch has identified the adult male who was found dead in the fire that occurred last week north of Burlington.
After getting out of the ravines of the Big Pine Creek area Harrison’s army made rapid progress to Prophetstown where some Indians appeared. But when they acted rather hostile Harrison did not send one of his scouts, Toussaint Dubois, into the town because he wanted to see what the Indians next move would be.
Vigo County is at 1,878 cases of COVID-19 as of midday Monday, according to the Vigo County Health Department. That is an increase of 46 new cases since Friday.
From time to time it is helpful to think hard about Indiana’s manufacturing economy — what’s been happening to it, where it is going and what the future may hold. This is an election year, which brings with it a series of sordid untruths that need to be rectified. Moreover, the response to the COVID-19 pandemic holds a long-term prognosis for factory production and employment in Indiana.
More than 100 people and a monkey turned out Saturday for a pro-President Donald Trump, pro-America rally at the Vigo County Courthouse in Terre Haute.
Indiana State Police detectives from the Putnamville post will look into an officer-involved shooting early Sunday that included officers from the Vigo and Vermillion county sheriff's offices, as well as a Cayuga town marshal.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Voter registration offices in Clark and Floyd counties are in full swing processing absentee ballot requests while ballots are already starting to roll back in from voters.
Whether your idea of outdoor recreation is camping, walking wooded trails, running on a people pathway system or exploring wetlands full of wildlife, Vigo County has a variety of outdoor experiences.
After winning approval from Vigo residents in last year’s fall election, leadership of the proposed Rocksino worked in 2020 to curry that same favor with the Indiana Gaming Commission. All it had to do to secure that support is undergo an investigation that grew out of a federal court case, make ownership changes as a result of that investigation and convince the gaming commission the ownership and management changes were sufficient to address its concerns.
The automotive and airline industries, which play an important role in Vigo County's economy, took a hit in spring production in 2020 amid the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Development of Terre Haute's east side will have an impact on Terre Haute Regional Airport. Since November, airport officials have been working with Indianapolis airport consultant Monica Newhouse-Rodriguez, managing principal of Newhouse and Associates, on a new "Airport Gateway Strategic Plan."
The past several months have been a time of great uncertainty for higher education, both in terms of enrollment and revenue. And while the challenges have been many, Terre Haute's four colleges and universities have risen to the occasion and made changes that will benefit them, and students, moving forward.
With hospitals, clinics and multiple networks of health care and wellness professionals, the Wabash Valley has become a health care hub in west central Indiana and eastern Illinois.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As COVID-19 cases continue to affect local schools, in-school transmission at Southern Indiana schools has been minimal, health and school officials say.
A discussion of racism and history have been joined together in a unique display at the Swope Art Museum as 1960s lithograph prints and painting from acclaimed American artist Billy Morrow Jackson encircle a small 1930s monument of Confederate generals of the Civil War.
It would seem that Wabash Valley residents are anxious to cast their votes in an election that could reshape the future of local cities and counties, the state of Indiana and the nation.
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