BLOOMINGTON – To pick up its first win on the road this season, Indiana is going to need a lift from its second unit.
If you’re reading this you probably also took in the first half of my annual feature that celebrates books last week; thanks for coming back for more. It was the great Western writer, Louis L’Amour who said that once you’ve read a book you care about, “… some part of it is always with you.”
Environmental groups hoping to see meaningful legislative action on issues ranging from coal ash regulation to management of wetlands may be disappointed when the General Assembly wraps up its abbreviated session in mid-March.
SMS is arguably the most underrated marketing channel. For one, over 80% of the world’s population own a mobile phone, whereas only 40% own a smartphone. Better still, SMS marketing has a much higher return on investment than any other digital marketing strategy.
Running back Jonathan Taylor was a unanimous first-team All-Pro selection Friday, and linebacker Darius Leonard and long snapper Luke Rhodes joined him in that recognition.
As NFL contracts for first-year players grow richer and the annual bowl schedule expands, more players are choosing to opt out of the season-ending showcases. As CNHI's Kevin Brockway and Elton Hayes learned, there are no easy solutions.
Note: This story has been changed to more accurately identify who may sign the petition. Any registered voter who resides in the district, regardless of if they own property, and anyone who pays property tax in the district, regardless of if they reside there, may sign the petition.
For two months, John Cook has been scouring the internet looking for an inexpensive replacement for his 1990 Subaru Legacy, which was totaled in an accident. He hasn’t had much luck.
Turnovers and struggles at the free-throw line again cost Indiana in the second half as the Hoosiers dropped to 0-4 on the road with a loss Wednesday night at Iowa.
The Vigo County School Board voted 6-0 Thursday to pursue a $260 million building referendum that calls for new academic facilities and renovated non-academic facilities for North, South and West Vigo high schools.
This Week's Circulars
- $20M housing development coming to Peru
- Police officially close cold case after 17 years
- Local business seeks second chance for dog after fatal fire
- New car wash, oil change business gets OK for construction
- Noblesville teacher, Kokomo native a finalist for Grammy Music Educator Award
- Downtown coffee shop gets new owners
- Local companies vie for title of 'Coolest Thing Made in Indiana'
- Unprecedented: Howard County sees record number of new COVID cases
- Unbeaten 1974-75 Tigers survived memorable night at Northfield
- New Hoosier VA Clinic opening next month