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REMINGTON – A point halfway between Indianapolis and Chicago seemed like the perfect place for a Jasper County family to open their newest hotel.

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DEMOTTE — Sharon Bailey never expected to be an author, but with encouragement of church friends, she decided to write about her life and how she has overcome chronic illnesses and an abusive childhood.

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RENSSELAER — Mark Falahee, of Trane, visited the Jasper County Commissioners to give an update on the progress of a deal to cover a solar farm project that could help supply power to the Jasper County Jail.

MONTICELLO — Indiana University Health White Memorial Hospital received a grant earlier this year from the IU Health Foundation to purchase a LUCAS chest compression system for the emergency department.

WOLCOTT — Tri-County School Corporation has partnered with Remington and Wolcott park boards, as well as the Remington Wolcott Community Development Corporation, to create artwork on more than a dozen trash cans for the local parks.

From Nov. 4-8, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed five cases related to criminal matters for a total of 687 cases so far this year.

From Oct. 28-Nov. 1, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 23 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 682 cases so far this year.

For six seasons, Zach Woods has helped to create one of the most distinctive characters on television as Jared on the HBO comedy "Silicon Valley." Irony isn't part of Jared's worldview and cynicism isn't in his language. His qualities - "mothering, fiercely loyal, repressive," as Woods describes him - are always a disarmingly wonderful source of comedy on a show loaded with characters who can ...

Beth Hart's life is the stuff of great blues songs, equal parts victory and failure, triumph and tragedy. The singer-songwriter has battled drug and alcohol addiction, struggled with a troubled mind, signed and then lost a major label deal and rebounded to Grammy-nominated acclaim. She has played for loose change on street corners and sung in the spotlight at the Kennedy Center. "Man, being a ...

Science doesn't get much respect from the Trump administration. Among other things, the administration has brushed off as unimportant the effect of burning fossil fuels on global warming, and has ignored the effect of emissions of mercury and other toxins from power plants on the environment and human health. But now the administration wants to further reduce the influence of science on public ...

People on Medicaid who work rural seasonal jobs in Montana are wondering about the future of their access to health coverage. Montana recently passed a law that, if it gains federal approval and goes into effect as planned in January, would require many Medicaid recipients to prove they work a set number of hours each month. Kate Clyatt is one of those seasonal workers. She's 28 and works as a ...