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MONON — Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating after the body of a 2-year-old male juvenile was recovered from a White County creek.
Twin Lakes School Corporation is planning two public sessions to discuss “future facility needs and planning.” The first public meeting is scheduled for Oct. 6, at 6 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. The second session will be held on Oct. 26, at 6 p.m., also in the high school cafeteria.
Howard Clark and David Alm were presented plaques by Shelley Christopher in recognition of their work with the Brookston’s Apple Popcorn Festival. This was the 44th year for the festival. Clark and Alm had both served on the committee since the festival’s start.
Soon we will see leaves around the county transition from green to brilliant fall colors and eventually defoliating, marking the onset of winter. Tree leaves stay green throughout the summer due to the abundant presence of chlorophyll, a product of photosynthesis; however, as the days grow s…
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MONON — A Rensselaer man was shot and killed near Monon Wednesday evening. He was identified as Bradley A. Hartwell, 36. A White County woman, Amanda Ludwig, 33, has been charged with his murder.
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The South Newton Rebels volleyball team improved their record to an impressive 25-1 on the season after a three set home court victory over the North White Vikings on Sept. 22. The score was 2…
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Falcons win in 4 over Faith Christian 16-25, 25-21, 25-17, 25-21. They are 7-0 in conference and 17-5 overall.
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.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Novilytic LLC, a biochemistry analytics company that protects and secures lifesaving drugs, has completed a $1.6 million seed round in addition to its $1.4 million National In…
WEST LAFAYETTE — A Purdue University physics and astronomy professor whose work is dedicated to environmental safety and enhancing renewable energy production has been elected to one of the na…
WEST LAFAYETTE – Mitch Armbruster has been named chief human resources officer at the Purdue Research Foundation.
WEST LAFAYETTE — The small steps they’ve taken over the past few years will soon culminate for many Purdue University students. They will graduate into the next phases of their lives.
WEST LAFAYETTE – Aerospace, automotive, consumer products, medical devices, national defense and other sectors that use additive manufacturing and 3D printing technologies could benefit from q…
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Cathy Drake-Seymour has been named Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer for Alliance Bank. She joined the Bank in early 2016 as Accountant and was later promoted to Controller, overs…
INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Eric J. Holcomb and Indiana Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers awarded 47 Indiana companies and organizations with the Governor’s Century or Half-Century Business Awar…
WOLCOTT — Tri-County agriculture teacher Travis Scherer was a Distinguished Alumni honoree by Purdue University’s agriculture department recently.
Soon we will see leaves around the county transition from green to brilliant fall colors and eventually defoliating, marking the onset of winter. Tree leaves stay green throughout the summer d…
Full-fledged harvest in White County is still likely to be a week or two away, but with a few combines out and about now is a good time to remind everyone to be safe this fall. The days are ge…
“I hate inflation.”
I don’t usually give Congress credit for passing useful legislation. Bills that run to a thousand pages or more just can’t prove beneficial, especially when our elected representatives admit to or even brag about not reading them.
After a year and a half of trying to balance full-time college with full-time work, I had had enough and quit Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne.
(The Center Square) – An Indiana law requiring teachers to annually authorize payroll deductions of union dues earned the state a high rating from the Commonwealth Foundation.
State data show 92 pregnant and postpartum women died in Indiana during 2020, a 46% increase from the state's 63 maternal deaths in 2019, and the 60 deaths tallied for 2018.
Braun said his continuing inability to persuade his colleagues to enact a balanced budget amendment and congressional term limits shows Congress "is broken."