Lanky teenager Charlie Hall would extend his arm high above his head, with a basketball perched on his hand.
Categories like "Opera Zingers" and "National Maritime Sanctuaries" can leave many of the syndicated TV game show's loyal viewers baffled in their living rooms, yet intrigued by the contestants who respond correctly. Meanwhile, college professors possess deep wells of the historical, cultural, societal and economic knowledge necessary to be a "Jeopardy!" champion.
Terre Haute remains a fond memory for Jane McMillen. Born Sarah Jane Stogsdill, she grew up here, graduated from Wiley High School in 1957, married Ray Southerland and started a family with three sons.
Indiana's largest electric utility is seeking regulatory approval to raise its rates 1% every year until 2029 to pay for an $1.9 billion upgrade aimed at hardening its electric grid against severe weather.
Kindness toward strangers — even those who can never repay or even thank the giver — still exists.
Not long ago, a dear friend of ours, Sherri Russell, lost her husband, Jeff, who was far from old, just 58. As is typical of a giving person, she asked me if I’d like to come over and look through some of his books, for she knew we had a similar love of history, and she wanted his things to first go to the people he knew.
A new casino's steadiest flow of patrons may predominantly from the Baby Boom Generation and the Silent Generation. The variable could be the younger crowd — Millennials and Generation Z.
Imagine two old college buddies running into each other at an airport, waiting on flights to opposite ends of the country.
The desperate need for child care, renewable energy investments and a federal government vaccine mandate dominated the Indiana Chamber’s Legislative Preview for the 2022 session on Monday.
My memory is fairly sharp, but that day escapes me. It's probably because I was barely 2 years old.
"Water/Ways," a traveling exhibit crafted by the Smithsonian Institution, begins a six-week stay in West Terre Haute inside the Vigo County School Corp. Conference Center from next Friday through Jan. 2.
Geneva, IN — Although the thoughts of a weekend hike I took amid falling leaves are still foremost in my mind, I feel a need to take you across the state to Gene Stratton-Porter’s “Limberlost Cabin” for today’s story. In a feature coming this Saturday, I detail in both pictures and words the feel of the swamps and meadows she explored over a century ago, but her house on the southern edge of this small, typically Hoosier town may say as much or more about the author than even her best-selling books.
As Pete Kikta crafted the music for Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College's first fight song, he put his creative mind in 1920s mood.
If one word defines life during a pandemic, "uncertainty" probably sums it up best. The same is true in this era for Indiana school districts seeking their community's approval of additional funding through a ballot referendum.
Twelve people have served as president of Indiana State University since its founding 163 years ago. John Newton can tell personal stories about eight of them.
This Week's Circulars
- 'Caught in the middle': 10-year teachers speak out over salary disparity
- UPDATE 2: Prosecutor says officer acted in self-defense against aggressive dogs
- Deputy was shot in leg, should make full recovery
- Recommendation calls for Meadows Elementary closure in 2022
- Former Brazil teacher faces criminal charge in Vigo County
- Police dispute animal cruelty allegation
- Talks focus on Terre Haute hospitals' future
- Mark Bennett: Rose-Hulman's Julia Williams to compete with professors from across U.S. on 'Jeopardy!'
- Clay police initiate investigation of private school teacher
- Froma Harrop: Tragic or not, spiky virus shows he can fix stupid