Beginning today, face coverings will again be required indoors at all Ivy Tech Community College campuses statewide, regardless of vaccination status, according to a COVID-19 policy update posted on the Ivy Tech website.
Within the first week of classes at Anderson Community Schools, 11 students have tested positive for COVID-19 and one employee and 47 students are quarantined because of a close contact.
Dr. Gabriel Bosslet, associate professor of clinical medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine, recently saw one of his patients who had not been vaccinated, but was at a high risk for becoming seriously ill from COVID-19.
As Friday night crowds assembled in Tollys Bar and Grill, open-mic comedy emcee Levi Elmore and his fellow comics figured most folks were there for the 9 o'clock karaoke music, after the joke-tellers' hour on stage ended.
Shop Pay needs very little introduction. It’s the fastest way to checkout online on a e-commerce store. It is the checkout system that powers all Shopify website stores. Originally launched in 2017, the little innovation has made shopping on Shopify sites so much easier. It has also significantly improved customer experience on the eCommerce platform.
Cases of COVID-19 are creeping up in Vigo County and the masking situation, along with other restrictions, may begin to change. Many restrictions that came along with the pandemic have been lifted and citizens have been enjoying life being somewhat normal again.
Whatever the motivations, the number of Hoosiers getting their first dose of COVID-19 vaccinations finally increased last week for the first time since May.
Indiana State University trustees on Friday approved the honorary naming of a campus street after Cynthia Shepard Perry, a Terre Haute native and ISU graduate selected by three U.S. presidents to represent the country on the international level.
A total of 25 inmates and a staff member contracted COVID-19 over the last week at the Boone County Jail, due to one undetected case. Three of these are considered fully-vaccinated inmates or “breakthrough” cases.
Indiana State University trustees on Friday approved the honorary naming of part of Fifth Street on campus after Cynthia Shepard Perry, a Terre Haute native and ISU graduate selected by three U.S. presidents to represent the nation on the international level.
Despite the introduction of effective vaccines and new knowledge about the COVID-19 virus, reported daily cases and positivity rates remain about the same as one year ago due to low vaccination rates.
CONVERSE — Mark Boyer said that when he started planting sunflowers eight years ago, it was never his intention that it would become a tourist attraction.
The guardian of the estate of late Terre Haute police Officer Rob Pitts' son is accused of taking more than $200,000 from the estate and has been arrested.
A colorful mural in the shape of Indiana and featuring flowers painted by Terre Haute artist Shayla Fish now catches the public's eye in the heart of the 12 Points Neighborhood.
As close friends and a former teacher struggle to understand the loss of a 15-year-old girl to gun violence, they treasure the memories of Chloe Carroll — her caring ways, her outgoing personality and her contagious smile.
Federal charges have filed against an Indianapolis man involved in a high-speed police pursuit Monday afternoon that began at Haute City Center mall in Terre Haute and ended on Interstate 70 in Clay County.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Face coverings should be worn indoors regardless of a person’s vaccination status based on updated CDC recommendations, health officials in Floyd County and Clark County said Thursday.
An initial hearing is set for Terre Haute man facing federal charges in connection with the July 7 shooting death of Terre Haute Police Detective Greg Ferency.
INDIANAPOLIS — For the past year, Indiana’s law enforcement has issued nearly 16,000 warnings and citations related to Indiana’s hands-free driving law, aiming to encourage Hoosier motorists to drive safely without the distraction of cellphones.
The swift rise of cases of the Delta variant of the coronavirus has prompted a return to strategies that began last year. The Center for Disease Control modified its stance on masks and other strategies due to these changes and the Boone County Health Department has followed suit.
Following similar decisions by two other major health networks in Indiana, Ascension St. Vincent is requiring its employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has successfully achieved a $250 million comprehensive fundraising campaign that has helped increase student scholarships, brought new learning spaces to campus, and solidified its position as a national leader in undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education, the institute announced Wednesday.
Due to a significant outbreak of COVID-19 among students at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in Plainfield, the Law Enforcement Training Board has made the decision to temporarily suspend the 2021-224 class at ILEA.
Anderson Community Schools Superintendent Joe Cronk stood inside the front doors of Eastside Elementary School to greet students arriving on the first day.
Special Prosecutor Jackie Starbuck read the statement from the girl that indicated she was in therapy and was afraid of any contact with Sumner.
After successfully defending the Boone County Jail population from a single instance of COVID-19 throughout the pandemic, 22 cases were discovered this week. Sheriff Mike Nielsen said the cases all developed within 48 hours of one inmate being admitted to the general population despite a mandatory, 72-hour quarantine of every person booked into the facility.
The CDC is recommending that people fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and children return to wearing masks while indoors if they are living in “an area of substantial or high transmission.”
Hotel Indy, a $35 million, 90-room boutique hotel slated to open in mid October in downtown Indianapolis, will have its restaurant named in honor of Terre Haute native and philanthropist Anton "Tony" Hulman Jr. and the Hulman family.
Novelis Inc. announced today it will invest $7 million to hire 37 new workers to restart several pieces of idled equipment at its Terre Haute manufacturing plant at 5901 N. 13th Sth.
In a past column I related two nature legends. They were the Asian lady beetle and the timber rattlesnake. The lady beetles were said to have been imported to help control ticks. I wish this was true. The rattlesnakes were reported as being dropped from helicopters by either the Department of Nature Resources of the Hoosier National Forest. This also is not true. Let us look at some other outdoor legends.
FLOYD COUNTY — One person is hospitalized for what are believed to be non-life-threatening injuries after a small plane crashed in a wooded area in Lafayette Township in Floyd County this morning.
Anderson's own A'niyah Birdsong will represent Indiana at the Miss USA pageant. She won the title, and a $60,000 educational scholarship, Monday evening at the Paramount Theatre.
Two juvenile males have been arrested in connection with Friday's early morning shooting death of Chloe Carroll, 15, of Terre Haute. The names of the males have not been released, but Vigo County Prosecutor Terry Modesitt said he has requested a 15-y
ANDERSON — An Anderson man who said he was being unlawfully evicted in spite of a COVID-related moratorium in effect through Saturday won a small reprieve in court Monday.
PERU — A year ago, downtown Peru looked perfectly normal after the Peru Circus City Festival was forced to cancel due to the pandemic.
Spreading mulch, painting, sorting clothes — a variety of chores that take time and people-power — spruced up communities during the Serve The Valley Event sponsored by United Way of the Wabash Valley.
For 30 amateur boxers, Saturday evening’s card at the Madison County 4-H Fair was a chance to get some valuable match experience against live competition in front of an enthusiastic crowd.
Facebook releases new features and tools all the time. Many of these releases go under the radar, especially minor tweaks that don’t affect marketers (or consumers) much. However, when you are using Facebook for business marketing it is important to track major updates closely so you aren’t left behind.
Terre Haute is where Larry Bird began his legendary collegiate basketball career at Indiana State University, followed by his acclaimed professional career with the Boston Celtics in the NBA. It's that history that attracted members of "The Official Fan Club of Larry Bird" to Terre Haute this weekend
MILFORD — Local farmers Mark and Kristina Hostetler are in a transition period on their small farm. They are switching from a beef cattle operation to a small, conventional, but grass-fed dairy operation.
A bench made of recycled plastic commemorates the legacy of a Terre Haute firefighters who died during the COVID-19 pandemic. Jennifer Schoffstall and son Jake were the first to sit on the bench in honor of John Schoffstall.
Bees, busy as they are known to be, have benefited people, plants and the planet for centuries and continue to play a vital role in agriculture. Bees pollinate crops, increase yields and give rise to a lucrative honey industry.
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Flora, Ronald Paul, 67, of Flora, a celebration of life will be at 10 a.m. today at Northview Church, 687 E. 50 North, Flora. Wheeler Family Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
David W. Army, age 56, Logansport, died unexpectedly Saturday, July 24, 2021, in Lafayette. Surviving are son, Gary; brothers, Michael and Terry; sister, Deb McWherter. Celebration of life planned for a later date. Full obituary at www.kroegerfuneralhome.com.
Ronald Paul Flora, 67, went home to be with his Lord and Savior Wednesday, July 28, 2021, at his home in Flora. Ron and Kathy are very thankful that he was able to rest and enjoy spending his last few days at home in peace and joy surrounded by his family and loved ones. Ron was born to the …