BROOKSTON — The Camp Tecumseh YMCA's Board of Directors has hired longtime staffer Joel Sieplinga as its new chief executive officer.
WHITE COUNTY — The Indiana Department of Transportation will have lane closures for U.S. 421 between County Road West 300 North and C.R. West 225 North.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has named Purdue University as the new host of the Midwestern Regional Climate Center (MRCC). Beth Hall, Indiana state climatologist, will direct the center for five years with $3.1 million in federal base funding.
WINAMAC — The Alliance Bank Junior Board of Directors last week visited Standard Industrial Supply in Winamac and spoke with founder and President Bryce Brumm.
LAFAYTTE — Indiana University Health has awarded $3.48 million to local organizations across the state working to address early learning needs and other community issues heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic.
MONTICELLO — The White County Economic Development Organization’s annual luncheon has been canceled this year.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — New insights into the immune response to SARS-CoV-2 infections could bring better treatments for COVID-19 cases.
MONTICELLO — The City of Monticello, in partnership with the Monticello Redevelopment Commission and Monticello Parks Board, are working together to complete Phase 2 of the proposed riverwalk project.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Concrete is not glamorous. It is the workhorse of building materials: versatile, durable, and almost universally ubiquitous, with 30 billion tons of concrete produced every year.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Briony Horgan raised her arms in triumph as the Mars rover Perseverance landed on Feb. 18, a symbolic declaration of mission success.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University innovators have developed highly potent and selective compounds for use in the treatment of tuberculosis, which is one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide.
MONTICELLO — Hollywood has its sights set using the Monticello area as a location for a camp slasher horror film later this year.
RENSSELAER — For nearly a year, the Help Find Bill Prater Facebook page sought information on the disappearance of the Rensselaer native who went missing last July during a floating trip on the Iroquois River.
DELPHI — A reward fund that was established to prompt people with information about the February 2017 homicides of two teen girls received a financial boost Monday.
MONTICELLO — The Shafer and Freeman Lakes Environmental Conservation Corporation received a $40,000 grant from NIPSCO’s parent company, NiSource Inc., to restock fish Lakes Freeman and Shafer.
MONTICELLO — Victims of sexual assault and domestic violence in White County will now be able to receive treatment and care closer to home.
MONTICELLO — The Monticello-Union Township Public Library will host a blood drive April 14 from 1-7 p.m. in the library’s program room.
MONTICELLO — First Presbyterian Church of Monticello plans to begin Holy Week celebrations Thursday with the re-enactment of the Last Supper.
INDIANAPOLIS — Nearly 100,000 Defense Department family members and dependents enrolled in the military health care program called TRICARE now qualify to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine from the Indiana National Guard.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The creation of genes with new functions is a major driver of developmental innovation in all living organisms. How these genes acquire new functions over evolutionary time scales, however, is unclear.
MONTICELLO — A White County golf course is included in a list of the top 30 public-access links destinations in the Hoosier State where golfers can pepper the pins in pursuit of pars, birdies and eagles.
From Feb. 8-25, 2021, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 29 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 159 cases so far this year. They include 14 misdemeanors, four case-related…
From Feb. 1-5, 2021, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 18 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 130 cases so far this year. They include nine misdemeanors, five case-relate…
From Jan. 22-29, 2021, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 47 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 112 cases so far this year. They include 33 misdemeanors, eight case-relat…
City council in Placerville, Calif., votes to remove noose from logo The Placerville City Council voted unanimously late Tuesday to remove the noose symbol from the logo of the California city. The “meeting has been a long time coming,” said Mayor Dennis Thomas. The issue was first raised last summer when council members discussed removing the noose. The City Council decided to delay the ...
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Wednesday formally announced a Sept. 11 deadline to end military involvement in Afghanistan, arguing that the 2001 terrorist attacks that led to the U.S. invasion can no longer justify prolonging an unwinnable war. “We went to Afghanistan because of a horrific attack that happened 20 years ago,” Biden said, referring to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on New ...
A stop-and-start week for the Orioles and Mariners at Camden Yards continued Wednesday with a second postponement in three nights, with the game to be made up as part of a single-admission doubleheader Thursday beginning at 12:35 p.m. The teams were scheduled to play a four-game series Monday through Thursday, but Monday’s game was postponed after a 1 hour, 40 minute delay. The Orioles and ...
MINNEAPOLIS — An expert witness in the Derek Chauvin trial on Wednesday backed the defense's contention that George Floyd died of cardiac arrest combined with illicit drugs in his body and not from a lack of oxygen while pinned to the pavement by the now-fired police officer for more than 9 minutes late last spring. The testimony of Dr. David Fowler, who recently retired after 17 years as the ...