General Motors worker Linda Strunk stood on the Goyer Road entrance to the Kokomo Components Holdings plant Tuesday with a group of her co-workers and fellow members of United Auto Workers Local 292.
Crews went to work at Fairbanks Park on Tuesday to install a new dock, replacing a previous one destroyed by ice floes in January 2018. A process some 20 months in the making, Terre Haute Parks and Recreation Director Ediie Bird said it's good to finally see a new 80-foot long dock be installed.
While Terre Haute mayoral candidate Pat Goodwin says he wants to know why the city has paid a financial consultant $54,700 without proper invoicing, current city officials and the contractor say Goodwin is playing election-season games.
Preschoolers Hunter and Jayce looked around the inside of a Lebanon Fire truck in awe, asking Firefighter Wes Bankert about a flashlight and other tools.
CLARK COUNTY — A civil lawsuit filed by homeowners of a Charlestown neighborhood against the city is headed to trial next month, after a judge denied summary judgement last week.
FLOYD COUNTY — No students were injured following an accident on Interstate 265 West, near the Grant Line Road ramp in Floyd County, Tuesday morning.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Two civil lawsuits related to a man convicted of molesting 20 children have been settled by all parties, with five other cases headed for mediation.
Running hundreds of feet along the floor through the center of Mounds Mall, a high-pressure hose supplies water to the Dr. Tavel Family Eye Care store.
Once every month or so, a small group of people gather in the record shop downtown to share drinks and play music. It’s not a typical Wednesday night worship service.
Constructive conversations between police agencies and the people they serve are vital to building cooperative communities in which both the public and police feel safe, a retired federal law enforcement leader said Monday in Terre Haute.
A Whitestown man walked all the way to Wisconsin to have sex with a teen girl, only to learn he’d actually been propositioning a sheriff’s deputy, according to federal authorities.
GOSHEN — Knee-deep water in Alan Hamlet’s basement in South Bend last year was a sign that some would attribute to climate change.
Much like Captain Ahab, the central character in Herman Melville’s novel “Moby-Dick,” local artist Gilbert Wilson also had a lifelong goal. On Sunday, the completion of that goal was celebrated at the Swope Art Museum.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed to Indiana health officials that a person in Elkhart County contracted eastern equine encephalitis, or EEE, a rare virus transmitted by mosquitoes. The patient died as a result of the infection. The identity of the person was not revealed.
This Week's Circulars
Eric Jeffery Allman, 73, of Peru, died Monday, Oct. 14, 2019. Funeral services: 10:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 18, 2019, at McClain Funeral Home, Denver. Visitation is from 4-8 p.m. Thursday. For the full obituary visit www.mcclainfh.com
Linda Miller, 73, of Galveston, went home to be with the Lord Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019 at Community Howard Regional Health in Kokomo. Her full obituary is available online at www.murray weaverfuneralhome.com
- Body located in woods at Dykeman Park identified
- Logansport woman lives out her dream
- Body recovered from Dykeman Golf Course
- First human case of EEE reported in Indiana
- New smoothies shop opens with healthy alternatives for the hungry
- Remembering Mike Anderson
- Police Blotter: Oct. 11, 2019
- Woolly worms take over Walton residence
- ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Miles VonTobel of Pioneer
- Police Blotter: Oct. 10, 2019