MONTICELLO — The Feb. 18 announcement that Indiana Beach is closed sent shockwaves throughout Monticello and White County.
MONTICELLO — Special Olympics of Indiana White County is preparing to send two bowling teams next month to the 30th annual Unified Sports Invitational Bowling Tournament.
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The March 29, 1918, edition of the White County Democrat featured an article about State Fire Marshal McCall’s condemnation and removal of nine Monticello structures.
White County Snapshots from the Past
From Feb. 10-14, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 16 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 114 cases so far this year. They include 11 misdemeanors, one case-related filing and four cases with at least one Level 6 felony charge.
From Feb. 3-7, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 19 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 98 cases so far this year. They include 11 misdemeanors, two case-related filings …
From Jan. 27-31, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 22 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 79 cases so far this year. They include 13 misdemeanors, three case-related fili…
From Jan. 20-24, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 16 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 52 cases so far this year. They include eight misdemeanors, one case-related fil…
From Jan. 13-17, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 13 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 36 cases so far this year. They include five misdemeanors, two case-related fili…
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Though the fickle winter weather has kept ice fishermen from enjoying their favorite activity, there are occasional pockets of ice throughout Indiana for brief periods of time. or hardy anglers. Consider the following if the local spot harbors any ice in the coming days.
CRAWFORDSVILLE — Cody Trahin looked up.
CHALMERS — Pigeonholing was not an option.
WOLCOTT — Fist bumps. High-fives. Bodies crashing into each other.
Twin Lakes’ Isaac Purcell and Adam Rodriguez both placed fifth during the 2020 Frosh-Soph Club State North Qualifier on Sunday in Portage. They advance to the state meet later this month.
MUNCIE — Forbes has released its 2020 list of “America’s Best Banks,” and for the third consecutive year, one of the Midwest’s legacy financial institutions ranked in the top five.
The White County Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) would like to invite the community to their annual meeting, which will be Wednesday, March 11, at the Camp Tecumseh Leadership Center, 12635 W. Tecumseh Road, Brookston.
An overwhelming number of climate scientists agree, around the world our climate is slowly changing.
The 2020 White County Winter Ag Schools will continue through February with two upcoming programs highlighting the ag economy and decisions producers may be facing.
This week we celebrated Presidents’ Day, a day when we paused to reflect on the history of this great nation and the dedicated leaders who have kept us moving forward through these 244 years.
State Rep. Mara Candelaria Reardon, D-Munster, admits her congressional campaign failed to file a mandatory financial disclosure form before the deadline set by the U.S. House.
INDIANAPOLIS — A bill that an environmental group says would weaken protections for Indiana’s wetlands, Senate Bill 229, could be taken up by a House Committee as early as next week.
Police say when they arrived on the scene early Friday, they found a van that had crashed with two gunshot victims inside.
The state Senate Appropriations Committee advanced a bill Thursday that would give the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority the ability to create a private entity that would take the reins in guiding development in the transit development districts being created around commuter railroad stations.
State Sen. Karen Tallian, D-Ogden Dunes, is hosting town hall meetings this Saturday and next in Porter and LaPorte counties.
Discussing mental health has become less taboo in modern culture than it used to be before, and that openness is now also crossing over into the workplace. However, many organizations still seem to be falling behind on this trend. From unrealistic, demanding deadlines to heavy workloads and long hours to even shifting performance priorities, there’s often never a shortage of stress at work.
On Jan. 14, Community Health published story titled "No More Body Shaming" that contained quotes from a source who levied unfounded allegations of impropriety against White Rock Montessori school in Dallas. Allegations that White Rock Montessori condoned or allowed instances of body shaming against students, and is now retaliating against the children of parents who raise such issues with the school, are unsubstantiated and solely the opinion of the source quoted in the story. Community Health apologizes to White Rock Montessori for any harm that has come to its reputation and its business as a respected educational institute as a result of the statements contained in the story.
It’s tax season once again, and stress levels are high. While you are plunging away those numbers and stressing about refunds and payments to the IRS, there are ways you can keep those anxieties under control.
“Every risk factor you can imagine was on this student’s Internet posting,” recalls Lisa Cull, senior program coordinator for Glenn County Behavioral Health.
As families come face to face with medical requirements every school year, the country is feeling the effects of a vaccine resistance movement that’s been decades in the making. In a climate of fake news and ever-growing misinformation that is spread online, it can be hard to decipher the false information from the truth. That’s why Facebook is taking a stand.