There could be as many as 22 White County businesses that aren’t paying the 3 percent Innkeepers Tax that helps pay for maintenance of Lake Freeman And Lake Shafer, especially for dredging.
The White County Veterans Service Office has moved from the courthouse to a new location. The office is now at 116 E. Marion Street, Monticello, co-housed with the White County Council on Aging (also known as the Senior Center). Although after being in the County Building for many years, not…
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The trial of a Lafayette man accused of holding up the Alliance Bank in Monon goes to trial next week with jury selection beginning on Tuesday morning and opening statements expected to start …
In the last week, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 16 cases related to criminal charges for a total of 169 criminally-based filings so far this year.
A passing motorist and Carroll County Sheriff’s Deputies are being credited with saving the lives of two parents who apparently overdosed on heroin while their young children were in the same …
A Monticello man faces a sentencing of three to 16 years for allegedly pointing guns at two people on March 5.
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For Tri-County’s Bennie Patterson, ball really is life.
The White County Lakers will take to the court today, Saturday, at 9 a.m. for the Special Olympics Men’s Basketball Sectional at Logansport.
The 2018 spring youth turkey season is just a few weeks away and if you plan on taking a child out, hopefully you are getting everything in order. But whether you have or have not yet, there a…
The trophies don’t tell the whole story.
MARTINSVILLESurrounded by public safety officials from several local agencies, Martinsville Mayor Shannon Kohl announced Monday that the city has hired a team of attorneys to file a lawsuit against members of the pharmaceutical industry who Kohl says
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb directed state lawmakers Monday to reconvene for a special session this May to address school safety and tax reform issues that went unresolved at the close of the Indiana General Assembly’s regular session. The Republican-controlled Indiana House and Senate couldn’t come to a consensus last week on several of Holcomb’s targeted … Continue reading Area lawmakers trade blame after governor says he’ll call special session →
Madeline Hirschland, One World Enterprises and the Center for Sustainable Living will receive the city's first-ever Sustainability Awards on Wednesday for promoting environmental health and social and economic development in Bloomington.
Madeline Hirschland, One World Enterprises and the Center for Sustainable Living will receive the city’s first-ever Sustainability Awards on Wednesday for promoting environmental health and social and economic development in Bloomington. The individual, business and nonprofit category winners will receive their awards on Wednesday, March 21, at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, … Continue reading City announces its first Sustainability Award winners →
FRENCH LICK, Ind. (AP) — A historic southern Indiana hotel's century-old bowling complex is set for a restoration that will turn it into a venue for weddings and special events.
WOLCOTT BANCORP, a bank holding company and owner of BANK OF WOLCOTT, reported continued strong earnings during 2017 at its annual meeting of shareholders held Thursday, March 8, 2018 at Tri-County Intermediate School in Wolcott.
Although dates are set for Monticello’s Halloween and Christmas parades, the time for shutting down parking on Main Street for Christmas is still up in the air.
Wolcott will consider waiving some building fees for businesses planning to come into Mid-America Commerce Park soon.
Starting a hydroponics produce-growing business in 2017 wasn’t something that Dave Jordan expected.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Wynn Resorts wants a yearslong civil case set to go trial next month to be moved out of Las Vegas because of the media's coverage of its founder's resignation amid sexual misconduct allegations.
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen is asking the Treasury Department to investigate a former congressional intern who's now helping Venezuela's socialist government develop a cryptocurrency to evade U.S. sanctions.
NEW YORK (AP) — Nordstrom says it has ended buyout talks with family members of the company's founder, saying that it couldn't get the group to raise its price.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey's top law enforcement officer has launched an investigation after reports that a British data analysis firm captured information from 50 million Facebook users without their consent.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's reversal of a ban on petroleum drilling in most of the Arctic Ocean and Atlantic underwater canyons can move forward.
Health and wellness experts explain why some of the hottest fitness trends for 2018 are reflections of classic workouts
When she’s not teaching class, adjunct instructor Tracy Tooch is hitting either the books or the pavement
This healthy eating challenge is about more than weight loss
Cannabidiol products may relieve aches and pains, but should you try them?
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Attorney and former Miss America Erika Harold wins Republican primary for Illinois attorney general .
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Police say at least 19 people were killed when a passenger bus careened off a road and fell into a ravine south of the Philippine capital.
LIMA, Peru (AP) — The revelation of videos allegedly showing attempts to buy a lawmaker*s political support is shaking Peru*s political establishment days before a scheduled impeachment vote against President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.
TOKYO (AP) — With just weeks to go, there's still no official word on where President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will hold their unprecedented summit.
Urgent, complex challenges affect children across Indiana, including high infant mortality rates, persistent achievement gaps and the soaring impact of parental opioid use.
Admit it. There are times when you’ve really wanted to give a gift to someone, but you simply have no idea what that person might need or want. Maybe it’s a gift for a grandchild who lives many miles away, or a token of thanks for a co-worker.
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