WEST LAFAYETTE — Getting run over by a car is not a near-death experience for the diabolical ironclad beetle.
WEST LAFAYETTE — The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved the Indiana State Hemp Plan for commercially growing and processing hemp.
WOLCOTT — The Wolcott Town board appointed Mary Green to fulfill an open seat left by the late council member Richard Lynn.
WEST LAFAYETTE – Purdue University innovators are taking cues from nature to develop 3D photodetectors for biomedical imaging.
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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.
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WOLCOTT – Three people who were originally “persons of interest” have turned into suspects in connection with the discovery of two bodies Thursday in a home in downtown Wolcott.
BRINGHURST — Police believe a Wisconsin man shot and killed two Carroll County people, set their home on fire, then killed himself in a neighboring county earlier this week.
MONTICELLO — A White County man was arrested Wednesday in connection with a vehicle explosion last week in Monticello.
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NEW CARLISLE — Lilly Roth sat down on the tarp spread out at Twin Lakes’ camp Saturday. She peeled a sock off her left foot, and only then did the realization strike an onlooker.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Maybe 2020 won’t be such a bad year after all.
WOLCOTT — Trader’s Point Christian Academy head coach Sam Carnes wanted his team to be ready.
Class 3A No. 13-ranked Hanover Central forced a late turnover deep in Twin Lakes territory and two plays later capitalized to win its IHSAA Sectional 25 opener, 35-28, Friday in Monticello.
One has to experience it.
FRANCESVILLE — Alliance Bank has been honored as a five-star member of the Indiana Bankers Association.
WOLCOTT — Bank of Wolcott has been honored as a five-star member of the Indiana Bankers Association.
Are you interested in becoming a commercial unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) remote pilot or are already flying without the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Certification but would like to o…
WEST LAFAYETTE — Despite changes forced by the COVID-19 pandemic, a Purdue University-affiliated agbioscience startup focused on research-grade sensing data for agriculture is growing as it ta…
Experts in data science and digital agriculture at Purdue University are presenting a series of digital agriculture webinars each Thursday this fall.
Like “The Secret: Dare to Dream” from a few weeks ago, “Fatima” has been sitting at the top of my cable system’s new releases section for what seems like months now.
Most of us have heard we should have half of our plate or meal consist of vegetables or fruits.
I just returned from a quiet week in southern Indiana, where I wandered along the Ohio River and took long walks in the woods and along the creek behind the house where I stayed.
The U.S. Census Bureau said it had tallied 99.98% of U.S. residents, including 99.9% of Hoosiers, when it ended the once-a-decade count of the nation's population Oct. 15.
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Beginning November 1 through December 15, Indiana residents may select Ambetter from MHS for healthcare coverage statewide through the federal Health Insurance Marketplace. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to place an extra emphasis on health, MHS continues to offer a variety of health insurance offerings that are among the most affordable in the state.
Gov. Eric Holcomb tested negative for COVID-19 Sunday after spending time with Vice President Mike Pence and his entourage Thursday in Fort Wayne.