TERRE HAUTE —
Hissah Sultan and Fahad Ayad Alotaibi, boy, May 11.
Holly Alisha Chesterfield, boy, May 11.
Bobbie Jean and Gary Don Jeffers, Casey, Ill., boy, May 12.
Devon Skyllingstad and Jeffrey James Kinne, boy, May 12.
Tabetha Jo Baker and Steven Charles Hooper, girl, May 13.
Michelle Lynne and Charles Nathan Kemp, Farmersburg, boy, May 13.
Misty Dawn Schaefer, Martinsville, Ill., and Nathan Lee Reynolds, girl, May 13.
Tiffani Michelle and Joshua Eugene Higginbotham, Marshall, Ill., girl, May 14.
Stephanie Lynn and Robert Ray Aldred, Brazil, girl, May 15.
Mya Elizabeth Cheatham and Delancey Tyrone Ellington, boy, May 15.
Stephanie Paige Johnson and Christopher James Gordon Loyd, boy, May 15.
Caitlyn Marie Konazeski, West Terre Haute, and James Arthur Elliott, boy, May 15.
Jaynie Marie Ridge, boy, May 15.
Emily Nicole Buchanan, Marshall, Ill., and Bobby Lee Powell, girl, May 16.
Brittney Rose Kaulani and Christopher Lee Hamblin, Rosedale, boy, May 16.
Macy Anne and John David Kreilein, Harmony, girl, May 16.
Tara Angela Kay Anderson and Courtney Indiana Weger, boy, May 17.
Julie Ann and Jeremy Donall Coombes, Rosedale, girl, May 17.
Heidi Jo and Kristofer Allen Kimbler, boy, May 17.
Miranda Nicole Warpenburg and Joshua Allan Jeffries, girl, May 17.
Starla Michele and Jeffrey Thomas Baresic, girl, May 18.
Regina Lee and Kyle Levi Poynter, Rosedale, girl, May 19.
Misty Marie and Jason Alan Essex, West Terre Haute, boy, May 20.
Katrina Elizabeth Rose Jean Gibbons Cottrell, girl, May 20.
Paula Nicole McCay and Travis James Carson, boy, May 20.
Angelica Dominique and Danial Joseph Blouvet Williams, girl, May 20.
Cassie Kaylynn Allen, Montezuma, and Sean Anthony Kelsheimer, girl, May 21.
Desiree Cecil Baugh, Greencastle, and Tyler Ray Billings, girl, May 21.
Kelly Lee Davis and Jesse Morgan Aleshire, girl, May 21.
Lindsey Marie Hughbanks, Brazil, and John Carl Lee Hendrix, boy, May 21.
Leslie Ann and Brandon O’Neal Wright, boy, May 21.
Delaney Michael Joan Coffin, Brazil, and Gene Jacob Hanson, girl, May 22.
Allison Lynn and Jesse Luke Foury, boy, May 22.
Karissa Jean and Jesse Andrew Clark, Martinsville, Ill., boy, May 23.
Ashly Nicole Johnson, Marshall, Ill., and Seth Alan Chilton, boy, May 23.
Heidi Suzanne Johnston, Veedersburg, and Joey Neal Kenner, boy, May 23.
Tricia Rose and James Joseph Tanoos, boy, May 23.
Jun Xu and Jiachun Xie, girl, May 23.
Sommer Donielle and Nathaniel Glenn Hutchinson, Bloomington, Ind., girl, May 24.
Amanda Jo Hills, Marshall, Ill., and Owen Andrew Norris, girl, May 25.
Traci Nicole Baker, boy, May 26.
Suann Jaleigh Potts, Seelyville, and Johnathan Alexander Williams, girl, May 26.
Tricia Marie and Donald Mathew Larimer, girl, May 27.
Hawa Yousef Aburawy and Mohamed Beled Benmusa, boy, May 28.
Lindsey Nicole and Jonathan Reed Hoskins, girl, May 28.
Sarah Rae and Jason Paul Stroot, Rosedale, boy, May 28.
Leah Nicole and Chad Jay Tislow, boy, May 28.
Courtney Lynn Whitlock, Sullivan, and David Cooper, twins, boy and girl, May 28.
Holly Ann and Kyle Gene Curtsinger, West Terre Haute, twins, boy and girl, May 29.
Joy Anne Hall, Rockville, and Joshua Leon Carpenter, girl, May 29.
Kaysha Marie and Matthew Gene Hickman, Veedersburg, boy, May 29.
Katelynn Justine Johnson, Poland, and Timothy Daniel Clapper, girl, May 29.
Nakeya Monee Jones and Christopher Lee Wilson, boy, May 29.
Rachel Nicole Scheid, girl, May 29.
Amanda Jo and Ronald Bradley Short, Covington, girl, May 29.
Kami Marie Stephens, Linton, and Kyle Blake Fuller, boy, May 29.
Nichole Marie and Logan Patrick Young, girl, May 29.
Natalie and Craig R. Cottrell, boy, May 30.
Leigh Anna and Ronald Earl Elliott, girl, May 30.
Danielle Nichole and Christopher Ryan Jena, boy, May 30.
Jamie Lynn and Samuel Robert Plant, boy, May 30.
Melissa Sue and Kenneth Eugene Rooksberry, Brazil, boy, May 30.
Rebecca Ann and Matthew Thomas Sutherland, Center Point, boy, May 30.
Kendra Sue and Matthew Lee Bowden, boy, May 31.
Christin Nicole and Jeremy Daniel Casserly, girl, May 31.
Kendal Ann Clark and Justin Ray Wells, girl, May 31.
Monica Jean Davis, Brazil, and Erasmo Hernandez Cortez, girl, May 31.
Amber Lorraine Hastings and Corey Michael Deakins, boy, May 31.
Sarah Lynnette and Daniel Christopher Pomeroy, girl, May 31.
Brandi Dawn Walters and David Loyd Hammond, girl, May 31.
Shelby Lynn Marie Cox, Carbon, and Seth William Bemis, girl, June 1.
Ashley Renee and Bryant Michael Athey, Casey, Ill., girl, June 1.
Jessica Joan Burns and Eric Robert Atterson, twin girls, June 1.
Jennifer Lynn and Travis Lee Vinzant, twin girls, June 1.
Shannon Maureen and Alexander Bryce Pritchard, Covington, boy, June 2.
Amanda Nicole Thornton and Dustin Ross Higginbotham, girl, June 2.
Taunja Suzette Blackburn, Vincennes, and Mark Gregory Irr, girl, June 2.
Brittney Nichole Jackson, Brazil, boy, June 3.
Samantha Leeann and Michael Lee Canfield, Rockville, girl, June 3.
Brethany Jo Johns and Brandon Michael Williams, boy, June 3.
Briana Leah and Lance Dominic Hart, boy, June 3.
Lauren Elizabeth Eldred and Kehrt Vaughn Cochran, girl, June 3.
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Purdue shooting leaves one person dead
A Purdue University engineering student opened fire inside a basement classroom Tuesday, killing a teaching assistant and prompting officials to put the campus on lockdown, police and the university said.
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THS grad Miller among students in adjacent building when shooting occurs
Kris Miller and his roommate were in a computer lab of Purdue’s mechanical engineering building Tuesday when they received a call that a shooting had occurred next door.
Bosma moves gay marriage ban bill to friendlier committee
Republican House of Representatives Speaker Brian Bosma sent a bill that proposes a constitutional ban on gay marriage to a more conservative-leaning legislature committee Tuesday, because it lacked support on the first committee to which it was assigned.
We enter the deep freeze again
If you had to step outside to get your newspaper this morning, you might have noticed it’s painfully cold once again.
Levy redirects school funds
If the new “protected levy” legislation goes into effect later this year, it would mean “a substantial reduction” in revenue for Vigo County School Corp. bus transportation, capital projects and bus replacement funds, according to the district’s chief financial officer.
School debt levy redirects funds across Indiana
School officials and state legislators from around the state are searching for ways to keep the school buses running — and children safe on the streets — pending the loss of millions of dollars for school transportation.
More than 50 school districts in Indiana stand to lose at least 20 percent of their revenues for transportation, new buses and other big-ticket projects under a new law that requires them to first pay off their debts.
VIDEO: Sen. Donnelly updates T-S editorial board
Passage of a long overdue U.S. farm bill could be completed by the end of this month, Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., said Tuesday.
Vigo coroner tries again for salary increase
After being denied last year, Vigo County Coroner Dr. Susan Amos is again seeking to have her county salary increased to match that of several other county office holders.
You’re home now
To say that Michael Curry was stressed is an understatement.
‘Ups and downs’ in the Statehouse
As state legislators head into the final week of the state legislative session, five of them from the Wabash Valley met with citizens Saturday at the Vigo County Public Library in downtown Terre Haute and engaged in conversation about the “ups and downs” of the recent session.
Finding what the kids need
One Saturday morning event in Terre Haute aimed to raise awareness about the resources available to people with disabilities.
Spotting pot, gun in home nets 2 arrests.
Two adults were arrested and two children removed from a Vigo County home on Friday after drugs and a handgun with altered serial numbers were discovered in the home, authorities said.
HUMAN RIGHTS DAY: Focus on poverty, inequality
The issues of poverty and inequality will be at the forefront of the 13th annual Terre Haute Human Rights Day on March 18 at Indiana State University.
VIDEO: Tasting their way to a cure
People appeared to be in high spirits Friday inside the historic Indiana Theatre as they gathered for an evening of wine, food and conversation while supporting efforts to find a cure for breast cancer.
Same-sex marriage: 4 couples sue state over ban
Four gay couples from southern Indiana sued the state Friday, seeking to force Indiana to recognize same-sex marriages from out of state and issue licenses to same-sex couples.
Time to check smoke alarms
Three years after a house fire on South Nine Street in Terre Haute resulted in the death of three people, a Terre Haute grandmother still wonders if the outcome of that fire would have been different if smoke detectors in the home had been working.
Indiana State Board extends president’s contract
Indiana State University has signed up Dan Bradley, the school’s president, for an additional three years of service.
New animal shelter gets welcome boost
The aging Terre Haute Humane Society shelter is not a place for the faint of heart.
4 couples sue Indiana over same-sex marriage ban
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Four couples from southern Indiana are asking a federal judge to force the state to recognize same-sex marriages from other states and issue marriage licenses to gay couples.
Vigo County Jail Log: March 7, 2014
The following individuals were booked into the Vigo County Jail by area law enforcement on Thursday and Friday, based on jail records.
Bill for welfare drug testing in negotiation
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Two Indiana lawmakers trying to pass a bill requiring drug tests for some welfare recipients say they have passed voluntary drug tests.
Book signing March 7 in Crossroads Café to benefit Success By 6
The book “One Day I Could Be ... Careers in the Wabash Valley,” is on sale now and will be available at a book signing today, March 7, during a First Friday event in downtown Terre Haute.
Groups ask regulators to probe plant’s power woes
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Environmental and citizens’ groups are asking Indiana regulators to launch a formal investigation into problems and delays that have sharply limited the power output of Duke Energy’s $3.5 billion coal-gasification plant near Edwardsport.
Nature trust expands Owen-Putnam State Forest
POLAND, Ind. (AP) — State officials say funding from the Bicentennial Nature Trust has helped the Indiana Department of Natural Resources expand a central Indiana state forest by 84 acres.
Vigo County high school team in FIRST Robotics’ Crossroads Regional
Drivers of remote-controlled robots will match skills, similar to those used in basketball and soccer, to score in the FIRST Robotics’ Crossroads Regional on the campus of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
Benefit planned for daycare fire victim
Veronica Gray never met 19-month-old Emma Lloyd, but when she learned about the child’s tragic death in a Sullivan day care fire, she had to do something.
Winter’s costs add up for Vigo
While still within county and city budgets, the snowstorms of January and February were more costly than a year ago.
Mayor Bennett threatens veto of consultant funding
Mayor Duke Bennett is threatening to veto a measure before the Terre Haute City Council that would transfer money into the council’s budget allowing the body to again hire a financial consultant.
Semitrailer fire slows eastbound traffic on Interstate 70
Traffic on Interstate 70 was slowed Thursday afternoon by a semitrailer fire just east of Terre Haute.
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