Indiana State University announced Friday its predominant athletic conference, The Missouri Valley Conference, has postponed all fall sports.
Million's Crab plans to open its first Indiana restaurant in Terre Haute. The seafood eatery is slated to open in mid-October at 5601 S. U.S. 41, in a building that previously housed a Chili's and a Boston's The Gourmet Pizza.
Indiana State University president Deborah Curtis is appealing to ISU students to avoid crowded bars and parties where COVID-19 safety protocols are not being followed.
This moment was inevitable. The march of time guaranteed it. Baby boomers are beginning to hand over their keys to the control of American culture to the younger generations. Not willingly, of course. But you can't fight the numbers, at least not for long.
NEW ALBANY — Friends and colleagues are remembering local business owner and Floyd County leader Jeff Eastridge for his public service and commitment to the Southern Indiana community.
In a recent special ceremony, Special Deputy Caleb Anderson was sworn in as Boone County’s newest crime fighter and community protector. This marked an exceptional milestone for Caleb, who is now 10 years old, as he achieved his lifelong dream of being a law enforcement officer and K9 handler.
Members of the Anderson Community Schools board of trustees on Tuesday bristled at criticism about the school system's level of staff diversity and characterizations of two Black administrators as “tokens.”
CHARLESTOWN — Local health officials are working with a Southern Indiana organization that serves people with developmental disabilities after a COVID-19 outbreak within the past two weeks.
NEW ALBANY — Three people have tested positive for COVID-19 at two New Albany elementary schools since returning to school, according to New Albany-Floyd County Superintendent Brad Snyder.
CLARK COUNTY — Two weeks after starting classes, Greater Clark County Schools has seen a number of COVID-19 cases in schools across the district.
The upcoming school year carries many uncertainties related to COVID-19, but Wendy Keith, a first-grade teacher at Lost Creek Elementary, feels much better prepared now that she has new tools for remote learning and she's been training to effectively use them.
This Week's Circulars
BREMEN [mdash] Mary Ellen Borkholder, 82, of Bremen, passed away at 4:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 14, 2020, at her residence. She was born April 3, 1938, in Topeka, to Joe J. and Fannie M. (Miller) Miller. On Oct. 10, 1957, she married Tobias J. Borkholder in Etna Green. He preceded her in death Ja…
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