REMINGTON — The Remington Main Street Committee is hosting its first chicken and noodle dinner for the community.
RENSSELAER — People may one day be faced with health care decisions that can impact the quality of care received. A conference, complete with presentations and a dinner, intended to help provide information for those decision will be coming to Rensselaer soon.
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One of the first results of commercial organization in Monticello was the location of the Chicago Thread Manufacturing company in the fall of 1906.
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MONTICELLO — Two people found dead Friday inside a Monticello home are believed to be victims of a domestic dispute.
From Oct. 7-11, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 12 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 640 cases so far this year.
JASPER COUNTY — Two men were arrested Sunday morning after a high-speed pursuit that reached as high as 130 mph through three counties ended in a crash.
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MOROCCO - The last two years the Midwest Conference Championship has been decided by the final game of the year with Tri-County taking on North Newton. The Cavaliers won the first meeting for the conference title, while the Spartans came out on top last year.
He got up, softly tossed the ball to the official and then clapped his hands.
The summary has been consistent for the Twin Lakes football team.
MONON — Hints of smiles appear in every frame.
WOLCOTT — When it needed to push through, North White did.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Purdue University sophomore Claire Baney will soon be vying for one of six national FFA officer positions, contending against 44 students from across the United States.
As we experience our first annual nighttime frosts and freezes of the season, you will begin to notice more insects and spiders making their bold move into homes, seeking a nice warm spot to s…
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Grain Buyers and Warehouse Licensing Agency wants to remind the state’s licensed grain facilities that temporary and emergency storage is available, but must be requ…
CALUMET CITY — The latest entry in the south suburban casino sweepstakes aims to put a new gaming facility less than two miles from the Indiana border at the River Oaks shopping center in Calumet City.
State Rep. Mike Aylesworth, R-Hebron, whose House District 11 spans southern Lake and Porter counties, is hosting four town hall meetings Tuesday and Wednesday to speak with his constituents prior to the start of the 2020 legislative session.
Thirty years ago this month the first Hoosier Lottery tickets were sold in Indiana.
A Statehouse study committee declined to make a policy recommendation Friday to address a hospital payment issue triggered when Indiana children covered by Medicaid receive trauma or neonatal emergency care from health providers located in another state.
GARY — A major political shakeup in Gary and Lake County appears to be imminent due to the decision of state Sen. Eddie Melton, D-Gary, to run next year for Indiana governor, instead of seeking reelection in Senate District 3.
Commonly known as ALS, the condition is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, and it is always fatal. The affected motor neurons deteriorate and the brain and spinal cord lose their ability to send signals to muscles, which begin to atrophy. As muscles lose nourishment, those affected lose their ability to speak, move, eat and breathe. The average life expectancy of those afflicted with ALS is two to five years, and there is no cure.
Project Fit America is a charity that works alongside educators to create opportunities for kids to stay active and healthy. It offers fitness grants and programs to help fund resources such as equipment, teacher training and curriculum. The goal is not only to get students involved physically, but also nurture an environment in which children enjoy living a healthy lifestyle. For the past five years at Homer-Center Elementary, in Homer City, Pennsylvania, that opportunity to stay active has been the Lub Dub Run Club.
Vaping has come of age in the most perfect of social conditions. Smoking cigarettes is falling out of favor socially and even among nicotine users, and is wholly rejected by many young people today. To get their fix they're turning to what is marketed as a cleaner and safer method of ingestion. Enticing flavors, edgy technology and social media are empowering the tobacco industry to ensnare a new generation with nicotine addiction by way of vaping. And it’s working. In 2016, 43.8% of high schoolers in New York state tried vaping, more than double the total two years prior. This trend has Ontario County officials deeply concerned.
We’ve all experienced sticker shock. It’s one thing to gasp over the cost of a new dishwasher, but sticker shock for those who need to purchase medications for a chronic disease such as diabetes is a serious issue.
No hats, scarves, mittens or heavy coats are needed by these holiday carolers.