Permits can be obtained starting next Monday, Feb. 9, at the park office and cutting days will be determined by weather conditions.
Attorneys have settled a federal lawsuit over the forced retirement of Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne’s former chancellor.
House members voted 97-0 on Tuesday to approve the revised ethics code.
Columbus North has a game at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the school. They’re holding a benefit pasta dinner at 5:30 in Josh’s honor.
George hasn’t played since sustaining a compound fracture in his right leg on Aug. 1.
A top state official says applications are being handled smoothly in the first week for Indiana’s expanded health care program for low-incom…
The settlement announced Tuesday resolves a court fight that began with a government lawsuit two years ago.
Publisher Harper announced Tuesday that “Go Set a Watchman,” will be released July 14.
He’ll discuss the state of the nation and the world, how he rose to the top levels of the U.S. government and other topics.
Officials say the accident left a man blind in his right eye and a woman and her son have medical expenses of nearly a half million dollars.
“I don’t know that we need another law but I do believe that all children ought to be vaccinated.”
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Ashlie Miller from The Paint Cellar shares a couple of kid-friendly craft projects for Valentine’s Day. She demonstrates a no-sew heart shap…