Howard County’s clerk was given oversight this week over the local voter registration office after requesting a change she believes will “make people accountable.”
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NEW ALBANY — Trey Rogers has lived his entire life as a Hoosier, and proudly so.
GOSHEN — The state plans to take the Goshen Public Library’s $60 budget overage to the Indiana Supreme Court.
The Indiana Inspector General's office this week concluded Gov. Eric Holcomb did not violate state ethics laws related to free air travel to two Republican Governors Association meetings paid by the chairman and CEO of Spectacle Entertainment last ye
State Rep. Tonya Pfaff, D-Terre Haute, is among a group of legislators calling upon the state Legislative Council to assign issues surrounding virtual charter schools to a summer study committee.
A federal transportation bill approved unanimously by the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee would open up $250 million Oklahoma could use for McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System improvements.
Farmers in the Hoosier state are exempt from a number of federal trucking regulations.
For Jeff Gormong, farming is a mix of field work planting corn and soybeans, and government policy, meeting with officials from Washington D.C. to Mexico.Gormong serves as the District 7 director on the Indiana Farm Bureau Inc. board of directors, In