Many aren’t aware of the challenge and mental ingenuity it takes as we watch the row boats with four to eight athletes seemingly glide across the water, but Executive Director of Indianapolis Rowing Center Andrew Purdie said it’s not a sport for the faint of heart.
Mervyn Williams, Ministerial Advisor of the National Toashaos Council of Georgetown, Guyana in South America visited the farm of Ben Yantis near Logansport on Wednesday morning.
On July 8, Indiana 39 will close in Mechanicsburg until Nov. 15 to fix the bridge over Sugar Creek. Boone County officials are pleading with the public to use the designated detour from the Indiana Department of Transportation instead of trying to find a local shortcut.
A newly retired Terre Haute business attorney is denying allegations he misappropriated funds from a prominent local law firm where he worked for more than three decades.
Four Indiana Department of Transportation workers were injured Tuesday afternoon on Interstate 70 when their work truck was hit by a pickup truck.
LEBANON — Center Township first responders received pet oxygen mask kits Tuesday, in a program through Invisible Fence of Central Indiana.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management would like to close the “incident” file on the former Sunoco gas station at 2065 Indianapolis Avenue in front of the Boone County 4-H Fairgrounds.
Vigo County ranks third in the state when it comes to the rate of child abuse and neglect, according to the latest Kids Count report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
Cleanup continued Monday from a fast-moving storm that raced across the Wabash Valley early Sunday from northwest to southeast. Strong winds, or a possible tornado, first struck around 2:30 a.m. at the Clark County, Illinois, Fairgrounds, Marshall Community Pool and nearby homes on North Second and Third streets.
The Vigo County Alcoholic Beverage Board on Monday denied a three-way liquor license to a corporation that sought to place an adult-orientated business on Terre Haute's north east side.
Rhubarb is an odd sort of produce. It is technically a vegetable, but much of the time it gets lumped in with fruit in a dessert-type recipe, and that’s OK. It has a sour taste, but as it ripens it turns from green to bright reddish/pink. The pinker it gets, the sweeter it becomes. Even then, people tend to dump a truckload of sugar in with it to make it more palatable, and that is when it becomes a problem.
Vigo County citizens, already paying more taxes for a jail and downtown convention center, could be asked to vote this fall on a referendum that would raise property taxes to support schools.
This Week's Circulars
- Tate gets life without parole after guilty verdict in murder of 18-month-old Harlan Haines
- Charges against Elwood couple amended to include murder
- Inmate provides evidence against fellow prisoner in murder trial
- UPDATE: Coroner identifies man who died in Elwood fire
- KING OF THE FIGHT: Tigers win 2A baseball championship
- Affidavit: Child molestation discovered after teacher confiscates note
- Anderson cop, son of police chief, placed on unpaid leave after alleged attack on girlfriend
- Black vultures wreaking havoc in Southern Indiana
- Anderson police investigate report of woman stabbed
- Mother testifies toddler did not have injuries the night before his death