GOSHEN — Students attending a recent seminar found out their peers around the state are studying ways to become more involved in the climate discussion.
Much like Captain Ahab, the central character in Herman Melville’s novel “Moby-Dick,” local artist Gilbert Wilson also had a lifelong goal. On Sunday, the completion of that goal was celebrated at the Swope Art Museum.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed to Indiana health officials that a person in Elkhart County contracted eastern equine encephalitis, or EEE, a rare virus transmitted by mosquitoes. The patient died as a result of the infection. The identity of the person was not revealed.
LOUISVILLE — Perhaps nothing is more representative of the barbaric capabilities of mankind than the extermination of six million Jewish people during the Holocaust.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was sanctioned about 30 years ago in a bid to protect people with disabilities against discrimination, especially in telecommunications, and employment. The guidelines have already been enforced in most areas. For instance, organizations should assign accessible parking spaces to people with disabilities.
The Indiana State University board of trustees voted Friday to close Lincoln Quad residence hall at the end of the 2019-20 academic year and proceed with demolition.
Imagine a place where a little girl’s giggle can raise every hair on your arm, a maze of terror where nightmares live and ear-piercing shrieks — mostly your own — fill the air.
NEW ALBANY — As the municipal election approaches, a U.S. Senator has given his endorsement to New Albany's Republican mayoral candidate.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Three Southern Indiana judges are facing disciplinary charges following an investigation by the Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications into a May 1 incident in Indianapolis.
If you drive past a black box affixed to a pole at Center Township intersections, you’ve just been counted. The Lebanon Engineering Department is counting cars to develop a model of traffic in the city.
NEW ALBANY — Southern Indiana representatives are working to make sure area residents, students and businesses are not forgotten in the decision of whether or not to fully close the Sherman Minton Bridge for repairs.
Indiana State put forth its vision for its athletics during a presentation on Thursday. Included was a new baseball-softball facility, a basketball practice facility and either an on-campus football stadium or renovation of Memorial Stadium.
This Week's Circulars
Sister Francis Joan Clements, age 94 of the Sisters of St. Francis in Oldenburg, Indiana, died Sunday, October 6, 2019, at the convent. Born June 2, 1925, in Clementsville, Kentucky, she is the daughter of Anna and Robert Clements. She taught at schools in Indiana, Ohio and Missouri. When as…
Sister Rita Vukovic, age 89 of the Sisters of St. Francis in Oldenburg, Indiana, died Saturday, October 5, 2019, at the convent. Born April 6, 1930, in Dayton, Ohio, she is the daughter of Catherine (nee Fiedler) and Paul Vukovic. She entered the convent September 8, 1948, and made her final…
Marilyn P. Elliott, 88 of Brazil, Indiana, formerly of Sun City, Arizona, and Wilton, Connecticut, passed away unexpectedly September 30, 2019, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. She was born December 13, 1930, in Batesville, Indiana, the daughter of John T. Pohlman and Bertha Timmerman Pohlman. …
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- BHS opening up Pandora's box
- 'We'll have a taproom in Oldenburg'
- Batesville’s new park needs a name
- Weiler chosen for All-State team
- Fresh fire prevention tip: Close doors
- Versailles man helps get Lewis and Clark trail extended
- Jeffersonville FOP responds to controversial hire
- Subdivision and storage units approved
- NIMBY strikes again