INDIANAPOLIS — A Marion County judge has ruled that Tim Stark, founder of Charlestown’s Wildlife in Need, can no longer own or exhibit any type of animal and that he must repay and return funds and assets misappropriated from Wildlife in Need, including animals.
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The Elwood City Council unanimously adopted an amendment to the chicken and livestock ordinance that restricts the ownership of wolf/dog and coyote/dog hybrids within the city limits.
The Herald Bulletin's annual fund drive to help the Salvation Army serve local families was different this time around. The $15,000 goal was exceeded with two weeks still remaining in the campaign, which began Thanksgiving Day.
Community newspapers have the responsibility of reporting news as it happens. Just as importantly, newspapers provide larger context that puts the news in perspective.
After we got past Y2K, 2020 towered like a beacon of light, attracting the moths of prognostication. Twenty years before, the 20/20 promise of perfect vision was simply too enticing to ignore.
In 1983 the Indiana DNR began stocking hybrid striped bass or wipers in many of our freshwater lakes. Five years later my son Greg and I were catching them at Monroe Reservoir.
A recent AAA survey finds that, despite a nearly 40 percent decline in gas prices over the last five years, consumer interest in electric vehicles and hybrids has not waned. Key factors include lower long-term costs, desire for new technology and concern for the environment.
John Waters, president and CEO of Anderson-based Bright Automotive answers questions from the media while Rep. Mike Pence, R-Indiana, looks on…