Teaching is her calling and for Rachel Overberg, it shows in her results.
Several families finalized adoptions as part of the Madison County Circuit Courts’ celebration of National Adoption Month.
Two non-profit Indiana organizations, The Hoosier Environmental Council and Improving Kids’ Environment, have merged with both interest groups serving under the HEC banner.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency staffers have been told that the top issue in rewriting federal water regulations is to simplify rules initiated under the Obama administration, according to the current EPA administrator.
GOSHEN — Matt Schrock remains on track so far to join the Goshen City Council next year, though his narrow Election Day win could face an official challenge.
NEW ALBANY — New Albany Mayor Jeff Gahan won a third term last week by 1,224 votes over his nearest opponent. But one candidate for the same office, independent Dan Coffey, said he believes some of the votes Gahan received were intended for him or Republican challenger Mark Seabrook.
West Vigo Elementary School was evacuated Thursday afternoon after several students reported a cough and eye irritation. The cause is still unknown, but Vigo County School Corp. spokesman Bill Riley said Vectren Energy, West Terre Haute Fire Department and schools' facilities staff are trying to identify the issue.
The town of Pendleton may make history next month by becoming the first municipality in the state to adopt an ordinance that would prohibit the production, distribution and possession if the Indiana Legislature decides to follow other states into the legalization of recreational marijuana.
Long ago, volcanic action created veins of 97% pure copper on the Keweenaw Peninsula. Early Native Americans used the veins to make tools and weapons.
NEW ALBANY — Since breaking ground in July, not much work has been done on the Lancaster Lofts residential development, causing some to wonder if the project has hit speed bumps.
INDIANAPOLIS – After six-and-a-half hours of deliberation on Thursday, a jury unanimously found three of the four Kokomo men police say were involved in one of the biggest drug rings in Howard County history guilty of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute controlled substances.
Email marketing is among the oldest marketing strategies that generates sales when applied appropriately. It would be a mistake to overlook the opportunities that email marketing presents during the Black Friday weekend.
The public is invited to cut certain downed trees at Turkey Run and Shades state parks for firewood. Permit sales will continue through March 15. The cost of one pickup-truck load is $10.
CLARK COUNTY — This week, Clark County is placing the spotlight on ways residents can make environmentally-sustainable choices and reduce the amount of waste sent to the landfill.
A political action committee advocating for a new casino in Terre Haute raised $162,200, according to a pre-election finance report filed Oct. 14 with the Indiana Secretary of State.
This Week's Circulars
Mary E. Krekeler, age 94 of Batesville, died Tuesday, November 12, 2019, at St. Andrew's Health Campus. Born January 16, 1925, in Sandusky, Indiana, she is the daughter of Frances (nee Wenning) and Henry Haunert. She married Stanley Krekeler July 24, 1946, at St. Maurice Church in St. Mauric…
Velma E. Dieckmann, age 90 of Batesville, died Tuesday, November 12, 2019, at St. Andrew's Health Campus. Born August 13, 1929, in Cedar Grove, Indiana, she is the daughter of Alma (nee Pulskamp) and Alfred Deffner. She married Harold Dieckmann September 8, 1956, at Guardian Angel Church in …
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