Once voted the most influential hamburger of all time, the White Castle slider celebrates its 100th birthday this year.
As I have traveled across the state of Indiana I always enjoy looking at the names of the cities, towns, villages and hamlets that I pass through. Coming from Cumback, what else could you expect? Some are to say the least, strange, while others are associated with nature, history, or famous people.
About 12 years ago I committed what many baseball fans would consider an unforgivable sin. I jilted my longtime favorite team for another.
There are lots of questions asked and answered during a parent-teacher conference. In fact, it is suggested that you go to your scheduled meeting with a list of questions that you want to be sure to ask. After all, this is a time set aside for you to have true communication with your child’s teacher. Not a time for accusations but collaboration between the people that are at the forefront of your child’s education.
In a vote split along party lines, the Anderson City Council adopted a resolution asking state lawmakers to not expand the school voucher program.
Anderson University has embarked on the public phase of an ambitious donor campaign to raise funds that will enhance its mission of sending into the world graduates who embody its core values of responsibility, generosity, servant leadership, integrity and excellence.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Daniel Roberts admitted it was a tongue-in-cheek analogy, though the coding mentor emphasized that the ever expanding digital universe will always require human direction.
The classic game show “Let’s Make a Deal,” is all about risk management. Contestants are given a prize of nominal value and then are tempted by boxes, doors and other vessels containing unknown treasures.
BLOOMINGTON — New Indiana coach Mike Woodson was pleased a number of players believed in him enough to take their names out of the transfer portal and return to play for the Hoosiers.
NEW ALBANY — Testimony given during the second day of sentencing in a fatal Floyd County OWI case shows the defendant’s co-workers had been on the phone with her moments before the crash, and possibly during it.
INDIANA — Public health experts are expressing concerns about an Indiana Senate bill that would limit local health department’s abilities to issue emergency health orders.
Authorities rescued 14 dogs and cats from an abandoned residence on S. Meridian Street on Wednesday. The home was trashed and had an excessive accumulation of fecal matter and urine everywhere. The animals were significantly underweight and most did not have food and water, Boone County Animal Control Officer Deputy Hannah Fisher said.
This Week's Circulars
- Terre Haute man faces charges after Monday crash
- Green Dome among best Hoosier gyms
- Mark Bennett: Fairbanks could rise to the top
- Schertz brings in three from Lincoln Memorial
- Duke Renewables says it plans to build $180M solar farm
- Two VCSC students recognized in Academic All-Star program
- Silver Alert issued for Vermillion County teen
- Vigo County Jail Log: April 9, 2021
- Couple's love of music honored through $500,000 gift to ISU
- Vigo County Jail Log: April 7, 2021