KidsFirst Foundation, Indianapolis, is sponsoring a Ukraine hosting program in collaboration with KidsFirst Adoption Services.
When a radio call came in, Donald G. Albright knew it was time to hold on. Flying at 1,500 to 2,000 feet at night, he readied his M-60 machine gun pointed out the open side of the Bell UH-1 "Huey" helicopter.
Operation Vanguard, now in it's sixth year, raises awareness about the many Wabash Valley veterans who face homelessness via a simulated homeless encampment at 1400 Hulman St.
The Vigo County Coroner has identified the victim in Friday's shooting death at 64 Heritage Drive on Terre Haute’s east side. Evan Pershing, 26, of Terre Haute, died of multiple gunshot wounds to the chest in a manner consistent with homicide, said Vigo Coroner Dr. Susan Amos.
A Terre Haute man was jailed on murder and other charges in connection with an early morning shooting on the city's east side. Durend Montez Randall, 36, was booked into the Vigo County Jail on preliminary charges of murder, aggravated battery, possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon and resisting arrest.
A new cafe and climbing gym on the city's south side hopes to take Terre Haute's tourism draw to new heights. Climbing Cafe, next door to Top Guns at 5070 S. Seventh St., offers 4,000 square feet of climbing surface and an adjoining cafe with sandwiches, smoothies and coffee.
Anyone who has ever tried to use the Interstate 65 interchanges in Whitestown will be happy to know that the Indiana Department of Transportation feels your pain.
We departed Mackinaw City across the great Mackinac Bridge and stopped in St. Ignace for breakfast. We discovered Bentley’s, a shack across from a ferry dock that looks more like a brothel. It was once a hotel/restaurant for bridge workers and retains its throwback ‘50s diner image. The short bar stools line a bar area that angles through the room. Then, there’s also the authentic juke box that’s loaded with your favorite oldies — all vinyl records. It’s a Yooper’s (the name affectionately attached to Upper Peninsula residents) paradise, and many were there for pasties and other favorites.
Across the camping industry, a new generation is redefining the experience of enjoying the great outdoors, and although seasoned campers may chuckle at some newer ideas of “roughing it,” the demand for more modern amenities and a desire to stay connected has prompted campgrounds to adjust their offerings.
Thanks to some imaginative and talented Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology students, children with disabilities will soon benefit from specially designed toys that carry such names as Rattle Race, Grab-Bit and O-Lace.
The Terre Haute Fire Merit Commission suspended firefighter Rodger Plunkett for one year without pay Thursday evening for violating the department's code of conduct.
My columns are about food, nutrition and all that happens in the kitchen. Over the years I have written about personal experiences and ideas readers have shared with me. I know about safety, as I teach home safety as part of my family resource management curriculum with Purdue Extension. This week’s column is quite humbling to write because I know a disaster can really happen to anyone.
All veterans and active-duty military personnel, and everyone in their vehicle, will be admitted free to DNR state parks, reservoir properties, state forest recreation areas and state off-road vehicle riding areas on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
This Week's Circulars
- Huge teachers rally forces Kokomo schools to close
- 'Things just change': Analyzing Kokomo's lopsided election
- ELECTION UPDATES: Printer issues emerge as Kokomo exceeds 2015 turnout
- Drug trial continues into second week
- Moore elected Kokomo's next mayor
- Seventh-grader Brielle Humphries a force on the field
- Proposed water rate to double cost for Grissom, Miami Correctional
- Western, Lewis Cass win state band championships ISSMA Band Championships
- Following lopsided defeat, Smith says she has 'no regrets'
- St. Vincent de Paul finds new home for food pantry