In the midst of the corona virus uncertainty, everything changing day to day and even moment to moment, I keep hearing these words that were spoken to my heart as I was praying last week: You can be controlled by your way of thinking out of fear or you can control your way of thinking out of…

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ATTICA—Fountain & Warren County Health Department announced today the 3rd death from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in our bi-county area. The individual was an adult male from Fountain County. It is with a heavy heart that we announce our third death from COVID-19, our first death fro…

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Fountain & Warren County Department of Health announced today two deaths from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The individuals were both adult males from Warren County.

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The Fountain & Warren County Health Department has identified the first two confirmed cases, and one presumptive case of COVID-19 on March 25, 2020. Of the three total cases, two are resident of Warren County, and one is a resident of Fountain County. All of the patients are over the age…

The Indiana Department of Transportation announces a patch and resurfacing project will begin on or after Wednesday, April 1, weather permitting. This project includes four areas along these roadways. The contractor will be flagging motorists around the area they will be working.

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Hello! During this time of crisis, I found myself confused about all of the words being tossed around in the news, social media, and even by our local health department. I have created a quick guide for “the rest of us.”

WILLIAMSPORT — “As of right now, we’re just asking people to follow the guidelines our health department is putting out,” said Brian Jordan, president of the Warren County Commissioners.

As you may all be aware, we are in the middle of a public health crisis. COVID-19 is a highly infectious disease that has swept the country at an unprecedented rate, and our ability to react quickly to this crisis could mean saving the lives of countless residents in our community.

During the monthly meeting of the Covington Community School Corporation Board of Trustees March 9 it learned how the school corporation is monitoring the ongoing situation with the coronavirus outbreak.

With limited access to the Fountain County Courthouse the Clerk’s office is still available for crucial business: Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–4 p.m. March 19 to April 3.

AUBURN — DeKalb County criminal justice leaders have been attentive to the impact of COVID-19 on detention facilities since mid-March and will continue to evaluate every new arrest for the need to incarcerate, DeKalb County Prosecutor ClaraMary Winebrenner said Friday.

WASHINGTON - As the U.S. coronavirus death toll neared 10,000 on Sunday, Surgeon General Jerome Adams said the coming week would be "the hardest and saddest of most Americans' lives," likening the projected loss of life to "our Pearl Harbor moment, our 9/11 moment." Joining in that somber assessment was Anthony Fauci, the government's top infectious-disease expert, who predicted that the ...

NEW YORK - Only a trickle of cars and bicycles occupy streets that normally would be teeming with traffic and pedestrians. So, on a cool recent midday in Manhattan, FDNY Ladder 26 easily glided its fire engine to the corner of East 79th Street and Third Avenue. A moment later, owner Luigi Militello stepped out of Luke's Bar and Grill with a few of his employees carrying to-go orders – lunch on ...

Queen Elizabeth II urged Britons to adopt the same discipline and resolve that the U.K. showed during World War II as she sought to comfort the public during the fight against coronavirus. In a rare televised address, the 93 year-old monarch insisted that the sacrifices made during the national lockdown will be worth it, and added that families and friends will be reunited again once the ...

LOS ANGELES - Amid stories that several megachurch pastors in recent weeks have defied calls to cancel gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump tweeted this weekend that he would be "tuning in" Sunday to listen to Greg Laurie, a Southern California megachurch pastor, online. And so, from his empty Riverside campus at Harvest Christian Fellowship, a church of 15,000 people ...