It was still dark when a caravan of cars rolled out of Miami State Recreation Area headed toward a bald eagle roost on the Mississinewa River downstream from the dam that impounds Mississinewa Lake.
Most business marketers already use social media and search engine optimization to advance their digital marketing goals — which is excellent news. The two platforms provide access to a massive audience and allow you to reach every corner of the globe. Social media and SEO are also both extremely low-cost marketing platforms with a high potential ROI.
Having successfully made her way onto New Albany Township’s board shortly after moving there in 2015, Ann Carruthers last year threw her hat in the ring as a candidate for a seat on the more visible New Albany-Floyd County school board.
Just two weeks into the 2021 legislative session, lawmakers moved quickly to pass high-priority bills despite COVID-19 mitigations and potential security concerns.
GOSHEN — With tensions high in the wake of the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol and the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden coming next week, Goshen City Council members will consider passage of a “Domestic Tranquility” resolution Tuesday. The resolution urges solidarity in support of peaceful democratic debate.
Any goals the leaders and residents of Vigo County and Terre Haute have for their community come with a big question. Can their goals for this city and county come true with a dwindling, aging population? That is what's been happening, and it's not projected to change much. Unless, that is, the community doubles down on tactics to attract new residents, and not just new businesses.
The Terre Haute City Council at its meeting Thursday sent a message to those who might litter: Do so and it could cost you. By an 8-0 vote, the city council amended Terre Haute's littering ordinance to increase the maximum penalty the city can levy against someone from $300 to $500.
GREATER CLARK — Greater Clark County Schools Superintendent Mark Laughner says $6 million in budget cuts is a necessary path toward fixing “distinct financial challenges” in the district.
Anna-Marie Pablo, 23, pleaded guilty in November to a charge of murder in in connection with the March 2020 death of her 11-month-old daughter, Emmarie.
The COVID-19 pandemic for the first time is affecting the traditional events celebrating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, including the Peace & Justice March from the Anderson University campus to downtown and the ceremonies at the Paramount.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Another attempt to get clarity on the removal of the former chair of the Jeffersonville Urban Enterprise Zone board failed Wednesday.
Vigo County reported another COVID-19 death on Wednesday, bringing to 171 the number of county residents who have died of coronavirus.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Southern Indiana historian and author Carl Kramer said the unprecedented second impeachment of President Donald Trump this week — the third Kramer has witnessed in his adult life of a sitting president — is something he never thought he’d see.
Anderson police are investigating the death of a 52-year-old Anderson woman who was found lying in a street early Thursday morning.
This Week's Circulars
- Surprise for 'Mr. Smiles': Tipton community buys new car for beloved delivery driver
- Billboard mystery: Signs touting Kokomo's '61 championship puzzle drivers
- Vandals knock down 25 bollards on Nickel Plate Trail
- George Will: A heartbreaking spectacle
- Indiana expands COVID vaccine to those 70, older
- New INDOT proposal includes US 31, Division Rd interchange
- Kokomo getting Popeyes eatery
- Howard County Health Dept begins COVID-19 vaccination scheduling
- KPD officials: 15 new officers hired since January 2020
- Reported missing Peru man dies in vehicle accident