The Center Township Fire Department is indefinitely suspended from automatic calls for aid for fire and rescue operations in Lebanon.
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Ned B. Kent spent several days this week sprucing up the flowers in the courtyard area of The Legends Village on Troy Road. For nearly the last 11 years, the 104-year-old World War II veteran and florist has tended the flowers faithfully so he thought nothing of it when 52 mums were brought in.
With climate change more present than ever, high school students across Indiana gathered in West Lafayette to push Indiana’s lawmakers to recognize its impact and advocate for policies to improve Hoosier lives.
INDIANA — A Jeffersonville pastor is in custody and facing multiple felonies after allegations of sexual abuse of a minor from his former congregation in Fort Wayne.
PERU — Peru Fire Chief Erick Hawk received pushback last week on his 2022 budget proposal that would give him a 7% raise while the rest of the department would only receive a 3% raise.
A Frankton church is undertaking a new initiative that its leaders hope will fill a supply gap in what one volunteer called a “diaper desert” in some rural parts of Madison County.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville building commissioner has issued an annual adult business license to the new owner of Theatair X, a day ahead of an administrative appeal scheduled before the Clarksville Town Council Thursday.
Next March, the Lebanon Leprechauns will take Rosenstihl Gym floor as a team in The Basketball League, a new organization in professional basketball. The team is owned by Preston Myers, a businessman and former Lebanon City Council member.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Indiana National Guard members are being deployed to Clark Memorial Health over the next one to two weeks to help support staff with increased work loads due to COVID-19.
Organizers of last week’s benefit concert billed as the final Little Bit Country Jamboree said Tuesday the event raised at least $50,000 for Special Olympics of Madison County.
INDIANA — A new program launching Monday aims to connect the entire state with stable broadband, a need that has been present in Indiana for years but has been exacerbated by the pandemic.
This Week's Circulars
TERRE HAUTE - Dr. Lyle Eugene Hawkins, passed away September 19th, 2021 in Union Hospital. He was born in Memphis, Tennessee, on February 11, 1932, to Charles A. and Lillian Jacoby Hawkins. He was the youngest of 3 children. Lyle was an active member of Bellevue Baptist Church, Memphis, Tenn…
Ruth Ann Dowdy, 94, of Terre Haute, Indiana, passed away Wednesday, September 22, 2021 in Union Hospital. Ruth Ann was born in Clinton, on March 27, 1927 to Harry and Faye Myers Dowdy, and was raised by Harry and Ruth Ritcheson Dowdy. Ruth Ann was retired from a long career in nursing, worki…
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