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Christian Robison's interest in the military, flag code and all things patriotic was inspired by his friendship with 97-year-old World War II Marine Corp. veteran Carl Scott of Elwood. Read more

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many disruptions for public education in Indiana, and while that may seem like a good reason to forego the ILEARN test, Republican leaders believe that's a major reason why testing should take place. But along with that, they say they support legislation to hold schools harmless from consequences for poor results. Read more

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The Anderson Community Schools board of trustees voted unanimously on Thursday to accept the administration’s plan to return on Feb. 1 to in-person instruction without regard to the color-coded state and local health department metrics that drove past districtwide closure decisions. Read more

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An email account and computer used by the founder of Clubster, a social network for private clubs, was hacked on Wednesday and a message containing a racial slur and expletive was sent to members of 10 different clubs across the country including the Anderson Country Club. Read more

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INDIANAPOLIS — More than 50% of all Hoosiers 70 and older have received or are scheduled to take their COVID-19 vaccine in the seven days since the state opened up eligibility from health care workers and first responders. Read more

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Metrics used by the state to gauge the spread of COVID-19 were trending downward, and two community health centers joined the vaccination effort in the fight against COVID-19 this week. Read more

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This country's soul needed Wednesday. All of the formality, pomp and lofty words. The sight of presidents Clinton, Bush and Obama, the former first ladies, outgoing Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen, members of Congress and the Supreme Court, the January sunshine, the Washington Mall stretching into the distance, and the U.S. Capitol in the background. Read more

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On a day when America marked the ascension of an African American woman to the nation’s second highest elected office, the local Black community also mourned the passing of a woman hailed as “a driving force for change for the African American community and civil rights.” Read more

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According to court records, Brian “Joey” Boyer was talking with three underage females at the time that he invited a 14-year-old to have sex in Lebanon High School. The band director at LHS has been formally charged with child solicitation, a Level 5 felony. He has an initial hearing Friday in Boone Superior Court 1. Read more

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