INDIANAPOLIS — The Association of Indiana Counties (AIC) announced that Jasper County Commissioner Kendell Culp received the 2020 Outstanding County Commissioner Award.
JASPER COUNTY — Eight people who have burial plots at Weston Cemetery in Rensselaer were “guests” of the Jasper County Historical Society’s third annual Memories Alive event on Saturday.
RENSSELAER — The parking lot on the north side of Rensselaer Central High School is finished and is spectacular, according to Rensselaer Central School Corporation Superintendent Curtis Craig.
JASPER COUNTY — Jasper County Prosecutor Jacob Taulman and the Child Support Division of the Jasper County Prosecutor’s Office will be handing out free children’s masks and hand sanitizer while supplies last at the Jasper County Prosecutor’s Office located at 125 S. Cullen St., Rensselaer, f…
RENSSELAER — Annual cancer screenings save people’s lives every day, but the battle against cancer doesn’t end there. Join Franciscan Health Cancer Center for a free virtual seminar to better understand hereditary cancers and the role of genetic testing and counseling.
DeMOTTE — After careful evaluation and physician consolidation efforts, the Franciscan Physician Network has decided to close its DeMotte Health Center on Friday, Sept. 25, with its physicians moving to the nearby Winfield Health Center.
KENTLAND — Christopher Mathis, one of the five people originally charged in the March 30, 2019 murder of Nicole Bowen, accepted a plea agreement and has been released after being sentenced to time served.
RENSSELAER — The Jasper County Historical Society will feature a collection of local authors past and present at an exhibit in the historical society building in Rensselaer this month.
RENSSELAER — Animal Control Director Mark Sinclair asked the Jasper County Council for an additional $20,100 to pay part time employees through the remainder of the year.
JASPER COUNTY — General Van Rensselaer Chapter DAR visited local first responders on Friday, Sept. 11, 2020 to honor the memory of the fallen and those who served on Sept. 11, 2001.
RENSSELAER — Circle Supply, Inc., in partnership with the True Value Foundation, is providing free health and safety kits to Rensselaer Central Middle School through the newly-created Education Heroes Safety campaign.
WOLCOTT — Tri-County School Corporation is adjusting its original COVID-19 response plan to make it more flexible when it comes to closing down schools in response to confirmed positive virus tests.
RENSSELAER — A group of parents in Rensselaer gathered this summer to organize the second annual Rensselaer Back to School Fair that coincided with the Aug. 7 Teen Mission’s Community Day.
JASPER COUNTY — The Cluttered Owl in Brookston is partnering with the Jasper County Fairgrounds to provide a fundraiser Make and Take party on Tuesday, Oct. 13.
JASPER COUNTY — Despite recent news of Franciscan Health Rensselaer shuttering its AlternaCare program next month, the hospital will remain entrenched in the community for many years to come.
MUNSTER — State health officials are crafting the procedures they'll use to decide who in Indiana is entitled to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, if and when the coronavirus prevention tool becomes available.
KENTLAND — Christopher Mathis, one of the five people originally charged in the March 30, 2019 murder of Nicole Bowen, accepted a plea agreement and has been released after being sentenced to …
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INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Legion has been strengthening America for more than a century through a commitment to time-honored values that serve as the foundation of the organization - patriotism, a strong national security, support for all veterans and dedication to turn today's youth into tomorrow's leaders. The "Veterans Strengthening America" campaign will highlight those values through a series of public service announcements to demonstrate the impact Legionnaires are making today through hundreds of programs and activities across the nation.
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Billboards around Northwest Indiana promoting the reelection of President Donald Trump and the election of 1st District Republican Congressional candidate Mark Leyva were changed to say "Blue Collar Workers of NW Indiana" after the United Steelworkers union objected that "Steelworkers of NW Indiana" was misleading.