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Rains during the last month have kept lawns green and flush, but if things dry up over the coming weeks, that growth will slow down, leaving room for one of a lawn’s peskiest weeds to arrive: crabgrass.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb said July 28 that police throughout Indiana will be increasing patrols this back-to-school season to protect students going to and from school.
MONTICELLO — American Legion Post 81 will host its "Canoe for the Legion" event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 11.
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Sunny, along with a few afternoon clouds. High near 75F. Winds light and variable.
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REMINGTON – Police are investigating a rash of vandalism incidents that have taken place around town during the past month.
PERU — A White County man pleaded not guilty May 27 in Miami County Circuit Court in the May 16 shooting deaths of three people at their home in Peru.
PERU — A White County man was officially charged May 25 with three counts of murder in connection with the deaths of two adults and a child in Miami County.
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INDIANAPOLIS — Tom Allen lets his team break down practices with the words “Big Ten champs” now.
INDIANAPOLIS — Purdue head coach Jeff Brohm sees 2021 as a big opportunity for the Boilermakers to make some noise in the Big Ten.
INDIANAPOLIS — Walking into Lucas Oil Stadium, the memories all returned.
INDIANAPOLIS — Michael Penix gave the 2020 college football season one of its enduring images — a headfirst lunge toward the end zone to beat Penn State in overtime.
WEST LAFAYETTE – The Golf Coaches Association of America and PING have announced that Cole Bradley has been selected as am honorable mention All-American.
The three-year span from 1903 to 1906 identifies the groundwork period, building and completion of Monticello’s Carnegie Library.
If you have followed this column over the last year, you will remember the article on Burnettsville’s newspapers. Today we will share “the rest of the story.”
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.
WESTVILLE, Ind. — Earlier this spring, Purdue University Northwest added several new housing units.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Purdue University Trustees on July 7 approved a resolution to open Purdue’s West Lafayette campus to normal operations for the 2021-22 academic year.
WEST LAFAYETTE — During the summer, North America’s monsoon season creates massive storms across the Midwest.
WEST LAFAYETTE — For many years, scientists have been extracting DNA from the bones of ancient humans, humanoids and animals to paint a picture of evolution and species movement.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Small and urban farmers are invited to join Purdue University’s Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture and the Purdue Student Farm for the Small Farm Education …
MONTICELLO — For Angela Britt, opening a bookstore was a long awaited dream.
MONTICELLO — The Lyme’s co-owners, Elvin Gutierrez and Nick Mendel, conducted a ribbon-cutting ceremony June 8 to welcome the future of their restaurant.
MONTICELLO — A Monticello family is taking its cattle-producing farm into the e-commerce world — and, in the process, owning a piece of cyberspace.
Rains during the last month have kept lawns green and flush, but if things dry up over the coming weeks, that growth will slow down, leaving room for one of a lawn’s peskiest weeds to arrive: …
I so want to be a good Hoosier, an upstanding citizen who will do the right thing.
Over the past year and a half, we have all experienced the devastating impacts of the global pandemic. Around the world and in our own communities, many have lost loved ones and faced dramatic disruptions that threatened their livelihoods.
Planning an inheritance has been, in essence, fairly easy for many Americans. Most have long assumed that “we’ll leave it all to the kids.”
Hoosier parents of children age 12 and younger may be able to get the state of Indiana to pay a large share of their child care and education expenses into next year.
(The Center Square) – Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb on Thursday extended his public health emergency order through the end of August as coronavirus cases in the state continue to increase.
DENVER AND SOUTH BEND, Ind., July 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Frndly TV – the leading national family friendly TV service provider – and FETV, one of the fastest-growing networks featuring family friendly programming, today announced an agreement where FETV will join the Frndly TV channel offering today, July 29.