Vigo County has logged two more deaths due to COVID-19 while Vermillion County added three deaths in the daily update from state health officials.
While many families in the Wabash Valley gathered Thursday around the dinner table or around the TV to watch the day's slate of games, hundreds of people gathered near Regional Hospital in Terre Haute to celebrate a life ended too soon.
Ears around the country and beyond officially begin hearing it today.
No, not 2024 election commercials. America pops the cork on Christmas and year-end holiday music.
An election challenge in the Vigo County Auditor’s race has been resolved with the top vote-getter conceding she is not eligible to hold the office.
Harsha Behavioral Center this year offered Thanksgiving food baskets to their staff and community members. Harsha teamed up with school counselors, case managers and staff members to deliver baskets to families in need in time for the holidays.
Since 1972, Gamma Gamma chapter of Tri Kappa has hosted the House of the Christmas Mouse, a magical holiday experience for kids of all ages. Unfortunately, this year, due to COVID-19, there will not be an in-person Mouse House experience. Instead of a two-day event, Tri Kappa will offer several ways to continue its holiday tradition in a safe and responsible way.
The Thanksgiving dinner served by Chances and Services for Youth looked a little different this year, but the tantalizing aroma of cooked turkey with all the trimmings tempted the taste buds just the same.
The federal prison system will be among the first government agencies to receive the coronavirus vaccine, though initial allotments of the vaccine will be given to staff and not to inmates, even though sickened prisoners vastly outnumber sickened sta
The Indiana State Department of Agriculture has awarded a total of $4 million in grants to 41 Indiana meat processing businesses through the Indiana Meat Processing Expansion & Development Grant Program.
Bryan Horsman, engineering manager for Terre Haute-based Soil-Max, Inc., was presented this week with the 2020 Vocational Service Award by the Rotary Club of Terre Haute.
Parke Trails Alliance has been awarded a $5,000 grant from International Paper’s Newport Mill and the International Paper Foundation. Funds will support the continuation of the Parke Community Rail Trail.
A new documentary from the WFIU/WTIU news team explores the case of Lisa Montgomery, the only woman on federal death row. "A Mother’s Justice: The Trials of Lisa Montgomery" airs at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 7, on WFIU Public Radio and at 9:30 p.m. on WTIU Public Television.
In this season of giving, the Tribune-Star today begins its annual Christmas Basket Fund drive, with a goal of raising $20,000 to provide 500 food baskets to families who need a helping hand. The baskets will be delivered on Christmas Eve morning.
This Week's Circulars
- Family, friends celebrate a life gone, life given
- Indiana investigation could imperil Terre Haute casino project
- U.S. executes eighth death row inmate this year late Thursday
- COVID-19 turns life upside down for educators' family
- Incumbent Bramble to take Vigo auditor's post, after all
- Vigo school board Oks revisions to health/sex ed program
- 'Dancing' goal the same despite scaled-down event
- VCSC reports six positive COVID-19 cases affecting students and staff
- Vigo County Jail Log: Nov. 20, 2020
- A few changes for 'Christmas in the Park'