Many young dads sleep too little, work too much, and expend the bulk of their leftover energy on home or car repairs that they really don't know how to do, trying to save money.
Four months into the pandemic, Three Dog Night managed to perform a socially distanced concert at a college. Fans could attend in their cars.
Two fundraisers are underway to place headstones on the grassy gravesites of silent film and stage actress Valeska Surratt and blues guitarist and singer Johnny “Rolling Stone” Wright.
It would be a miracle if Terre Haute’s history with the YMCA and YWCA contained no troubles or disruptions. That would be impossible. Instead, the most impressive element of the organizations’ legacy in this city is perseverance.
It's happened before. It could happen again. Terre Haute can regain its niche as a hub for live music, with a new outdoors twist.
Avid sports fans likely envied LeRoy Neiman's job. Neiman's skill brought him to Indiana in 1962. Indianapolis businessman Harrison Eiteljorg commissioned Neiman to craft a series of paintings of that year's Indianapolis 500. As a close friend of Terre Haute philanthropist Tony Hulman — then-owner of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway — Eiteljorg got Neiman close access to the action of the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing."
Millions of Americans feel the travel itch every Memorial Day weekend.Summer lies ahead. The grind of jobs, school and chores nudges people to clear a spot on their calendars and take off.That urge is even more intense in 2021. After 15 months of pan
Change to school configurations never comes smoothly, whether it's 1911, 1961, 1971 or 2021. It's worthwhile to keep that certainty in perspective as the Vigo County School Corp. continues to access the future of its three high schools — North, South and West Vigo.
The city of Terre Haute's park board spent $155,000 for 155 acres of wooded land on the east side of town on Feb. 28, 1921. Adjusted for inflation, the city paid the equivalent of $2,312,478 in today's dollars for the property — or $14,919 per acre.
"Whether it's the hum of 33 cars zipping toward the green flag at the Speedway on Memorial Day weekend, or a guitarist playing the riff on "Brown-Eyed Girl" at a street festival, the gradual return of normalcy sounds pretty good."
When I mentioned on a social media post that I was going to write a story about little corner groceries and country stores, a flood of reminiscences came to me about similar places, their enameled signs and uneven floors, ground coffee and mercurochrome bottles still in mind.
A lot of talented people are picking up diplomas this month from Terre Haute’s four colleges.Too many of them will take that document and their belongings to live and work elsewhere.That happens every spring as Indiana State University, Rose-Hulman I
Don Arney could capture the delicate notes of a piano and cello duet in his basement studio in the countryside with the same calm and skill that he'd use to reel in a bass on an outing with his fishing buddies.
Let's say you're a fan of cherries or sirloin steaks. And, then imagine those tasty foods are only available for just a few weeks, once every 17 years. And, when the rare moment comes, 46 truckloads arrive in your neighborhood.
This Week's Circulars
- Shooting victim was Terre Haute South student
- Vigo County Food Inspections May 17-21, 2021
- UPDATE: Police release image of persons of interest in Carlisle shooting
- Ace Hardware coming to The Meadows
- Community says goodbye to Don Morris, Cheryl Hart
- West TH bricklayer takes third at Bricklayer 500
- Vigo County Jail Log: June 7, 2021
- TODD AARON GOLDEN: For ISU baseball, it was 'Season of Schaffer'
- One person killed, another seriously injured, in Clay County crash involving motorcycle
- Hulman auction expands to three days