O-71, B-14, & I-27
As the days get warmer and the grass grows, so do the pests we manage each summer, namely weeds and insects. Many of us rely on pesticides to control these nuisances, and now is a good time to remind everyone to always read the label of products they are purchasing or applying to help minimi…
The Frontier High School Prom took place April 30 at the Delphi Courthouse. The theme was “Red Carpet and Roses.” Selected king and queen (left) were Dalen Woods and Kaylin Creamer. Selected prince and princess (right) were Dayton Hoover and Kylie Blissitt.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Dave Nichols, formally of Brookston, received the Purdue Animal Science Distinguished Career Award at Purdue University.
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 Institutes of Health Small Business Innovation Research grant. The seed round investments include cont…
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OXFORD — White County schools had strong performances from several athletes at the Benton Central girls’ track and field sectional on Tuesday, May 17.
REMINGTON — Tri-County locked up its first Midwest Conference baseball title since 2019 with a 3-0 shutout of visiting South Newton Tuesday night at Remington Community Park.
(Here are the most recent results from the Twin Lakes girls’ tennis team, which will compete in the sectional this week.)
MOROCCO — Tri-County’s baseball team drew a step closer to its first Midwest Conference title in three years by completing a series sweep at North Newton on Thursday, May 12.
WOLCOTT — New Tri-County coach Jake West will see some familiar faces when he takes the reins of the Cavaliers’ football program this summer.
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…
REYNOLDS — U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Colette Zeigler-Staley, in White County, Ind., reminds foreign investors with an interest in agric…
As the days get warmer and the grass grows, so do the pests we manage each summer, namely weeds and insects. Many of us rely on pesticides to control these nuisances, and now is a good time to…
Traditionally, a majority of Indiana’s corn crop is planted between April 20-May 10, give or take a week here in the northern part of the state.
With the agricultural season getting into full swing soon, this means that pesticides will begin being applied throughout the county.
It’s probably sacrilegious for a Hoosier to admit this, but I find auto racing the dullest of spectator sports.
My heartfelt congratulations to President Biden. He is proposing an idea so bad that it replaces the No. 1 choice of worst federal government scheme of my lifetime.
Two weeks ago, the Madam Carroll provided a delightful setting for Leadership White County’s Class of 2021-22 graduation celebration.
Burglary – defined as the unlawful entry of a structure, such as a home or business, to commit a theft or felony – is the most serious nonviolent offense tracked by the FBI. There were just over 1 million burglaries reported in the United States in 2020, resulting in billions of dollars in stolen property. […]
Gov. Eric Holcomb is heading overseas on a quick jaunt to promote Indiana's advanced manufacturing industries at an annual meeting of the world's top business leaders in Davos, Switzerland.
(The Center Square) – Purdue University and Duke Energy have announced plans to explore using nuclear energy to power the campus’ energy needs. The move is part of Purdue’s Sustainability Master Plan to reduce carbon emissions by 50% by 2025.