LAFAYETTE — The future of cancer care across the greater Lafayette area is on the horizon, as Franciscan Alliance announces a $43.2 million project to create the Franciscan Health Lafayette Cancer Center.
Children’s Programming at the library– Our regular children programs are back! The Brook Library is excited to offer in-person, outdoor/indoor programming for the 2021-2022 academic year. Programming will run with the following schedule:
MOROCCO — The Morocco Town Board met on Tuesday, Aug. 3 to discuss several issues.
NEWTON COUNTY — Newton County Superior Court judge Daniel Molter celebrated his 35th year in office on Wednesday, September 15.
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NEWTON COUNTY — The South Newton Lady Rebels have been riding a wave of success since the beginning of September, following their single loss against the Frontier Lady Falcons in August.
LAKE STATION — South Newton is glad it has Kayden Cruz on its side.
KENTLAND — South Newton followed up its win over rival North Newton win four straight victories recently, including a 3-0 victory over Seeger on Tuesday night, Sept. 14.
NEWTON COUNTY — In their home court conference game against the North Newton Spartans on Sept. 7, the South Newton Lady Rebels pulled another victory for their 2021 season, bringing their win-…
WEST LAFAYETTE — With campus operations returning to normal and record enrollment for the fall semester, the Purdue University Police Department is reminding students, faculty, staff and visit…
WEST LAFAYETTE — During the summer, North America’s monsoon season creates massive storms across the Midwest.
WEST LAFAYETTE — For many years, scientists have been extracting DNA from the bones of ancient humans, humanoids and animals to paint a picture of evolution and species movement.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Small and urban farmers are invited to join Purdue University’s Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture and the Purdue Student Farm for the Small Farm Education …
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 stat…
JASPER/NEWTON - On August 31, Indiana Grocery Group, LLC, and Tysen’s Country Market, Inc., announced that Indiana Grocery Group intends to purchase Tysen’s Country Market in DeMotte. Indiana Grocery Group currently operates 20 stores in Northwest Indiana under the names of Strack & Van …
NEWTON COUNTY — The Hoosier Homestead Award Program is an initiative led by the Indiana State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) that seeks to recognize farming families who own and operate farm…
JASPER/NEWTON - According to Feeding America’s “Map the Meal Gap,” 834,530 Indiana citizens are struggling with food insecurity in 2021. This is roughly 8 percent of Indiana’s total population…
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MOROCCO, IN – The National Park Service Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance (RTCA) program recently approved a request submitted by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) for a project to improve visitor access and experience at Kankakee Sands in Newton County.
LAGRANGE — After wrapping up a two-year long term serving as the American Legion Department of Indiana state commander, Allen Connelly is happy to have handed off those responsibilities to someone else. That gives him the time to concentrate on his other job, working as LaGrange County’s Veterans Service Officer.
The House Elections Committee acted along party lines Monday to advance to the full chamber its plans for Indiana's new congressional and state legislative district boundaries.
Gov. Eric Holcomb is requesting a meeting with President Joe Biden in the next 15 days to discuss what he describes as a "national security crisis created by eight months of unenforced borders."