RENSSELAER — Rensselaer’s hometown racer Derek Losh is 1 for 2 in the Gateway Nationals race.
INDIANAPOLIS — Heading into the 62nd Indiana State Fair Queen Pageant, Miss Newton County Devin Hindes was focused on enjoying the experience and making new friendships.
RENSSELAER — Approximately 34 children from families impacted by the recent Genova plastics plant layoffs received hundreds of donated Christmas gifts last week.
RENSSELAER — The Christmas gift giveaway event for families of employees laid off from the Rensselaer Genova plastics plant is tentatively set to happen at 6 p.m. Dec. 23.
RENSSELAER — Jasper County Commissioner Kendell Culp was elected to serve as 2020 president of the Indiana Association of County Commissioners during their annual conference.
RENSSELAER — GracePoint Resource Center recently announced that all 64 cards of its giving tree to benefit families impacted by the Town Mall fire have been claimed.
RENSSELAER — The Greater Rensselaer Chamber of Commerce used a portion of its 2019 Chamber Dinner event to honor the memory of beloved figure Dr. John Egan with an award this week, in addition to numerous other special awards given that night.
MILTON, Fla. — For many service members, hanging up the uniform at the end of a shift signifies the end of the work day and the beginning of some much needed downtime.
JASPER COUNTY — The Keener Township Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched Sunday morning to the northbound lanes of Interstate 65 at the 231-mile marker for a semi fire.
RENSSELAER — The city’s annual Turkey Trot, a 5K walk/run intended to raise funds for a local family battling cancer, will once again start at the Jasper County REMC building at 280 E. Wood Road, at 9 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28.
RENSSELAER — Sunday’s Town Mall fire that virtually wiped out the entire building and offices of roughly 20 city and county enterprises has left local leaders and business owners without offices.
RENSSELAER — The Town Mall fire has left a lasting scar on the heart of downtown Rensselaer since Sunday, with many business owners without an office and first responders still contending with constant rekindlings.
RENSSELAER — The theater department of Rensselaer Central High School is spending this weekend acting out Director Bernard Sell’s stage adaptation of Ingmar Bergman’s classic film, “The Seventh Seal.”
RENSSELAER — The Indiana Chapter of the Children’s Advocacy Center released an article this week that praised the work of Rensselaer’s Valley Oaks Health employees for their service in a sensitive investigation.
MUNCIE – It’s deer-hunting season in the Midwest, but there is no evidence that the increased use of rifles causes more violent crimes, a Ball State University researcher said.
RENSSELAER — The Rensselaer Police Department arrested 44-year-old Amy Downs of Rensselaer Oct. 29 for allegedly being under the influence of drugs in public.
RENSSELAER — Local firefighters were called in as early as 6:15 a.m. Wednesday morning to deal with a large fire at the ADM grain elevator in Parr, near the Fair Oaks Farms campus.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — At an all-staff meeting Aug. 30, News-Gazette Media CEO John Reed announced to employees that an agreement has been signed to sell substantially all of its assets to the family-owned Champaign Multi Media Group LLC, an affiliate company of Community Media Group.
INDIANAPOLIS — Leslie Montgomery has been named to the executive leadership team of the Indiana Region of the American Red Cross.
SASEBO, Japan — Petty Officer 3rd Class Stephen Stromberg, of Crown Point, said he wanted to get some training to build a skill from which he could base a career, while traveling and getting new experiences.
INDIANAPOLIS — After the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear a case involving access to Lake Michigan’s beaches, Attorney General Curtis Hill expressed satisfaction that the ability of the general public to enjoy the natural beauty of Indiana’s shoreline remains protected.
The Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasives Management has hired Erica Luchik as the new regional specialist for northwest Indiana. She began work on Jan. 7 for the state-wide Indiana Invasives Initiative project. The counties covered include Newton, Jasper, Pulaski, White, Cass, Starke, Mars…
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana University School of Medicine scientists and physicians brought in nearly $150 million in research funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in federal fiscal year 2018 — a 10 percent increase over the previous year and a new record for the school.
RENSSELAER — Jasper County Community Services will host its annual “Talk to an Attorney” event and outreach program later this month.
KENTLAND — Newton County Animal Control was able to locate and rescue 15 dogs believed to be from a puppy mill that were dumped at Willow Slough.
CHALMERS — A White County man was charged Thursday with trying to blow up his neighbor’s vehicle after a reported dispute.
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.
LOS ANGELES — Widespread skepticism in Latino and Asian communities and tepid support among younger Black residents combined with opposition from most whites to doom the effort this year to revive affirmative action in California, according to a new postelection survey. The failure of Proposition 16, which voters rejected by 57% to 43%, marked a significant defeat for the state's Democratic ...
WASHINGTON — Congress still has the potential to move forward in a bipartisan way on health care issues, including possible action to ban surprise medical bills, the top Republican on the powerful House Energy and Commerce Committee told CQ Roll Call as he approaches retirement. Greg Walden, R-Ore., who has served as both ranking member and chairman for the House committee with the broadest ...
Groene said the “hate email” started when an email to colleagues was made public, along with “false accusations that I was irresponsible,” which he blamed on a senator “who is antagonistic toward me.”
(The Center Square) – Media reports Wednesday morning indicate that President Donald Trump might accompany his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, to a hearing of the Pennsylvania Senate Majority Policy Committee in Gettysburg.