INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers 70 years and older can now register to receive the coronovirus vaccine.
Farm women are generating a cultural tide in American agriculture that is moving management, assets, and opportunities to a new wave of farmers across the country.
JASPER COUNTY — Jasper County Sheriff Patrick Williamson Sr. has the Indiana Sheriffs Association will again be awarding college scholarships to qualified high school seniors or college students who are pursuing a degree in criminal justice studies.
RENSSELAER – Before the first wreaths were placed at veterans’ gravesites in the six Barkley Township cemeteries, the General Van Rensselaer Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) was already looking ahead to doing the same in 2021.
Purdue Extension is happy to announce a new virtual program, Purdue Beef Basics, focusing on beef cattle production for producers with five years of experience or less. This includes individuals considering entering into beef cattle production.
REMINGTON — Electrical wiring may be the cause of a fire Dec. 28 that broke out in the basement of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Remington.
RENSSELAER — For the first time in three decades, Rensselaer Central Middle School’s annual trip to Washington, D.C., didn’t get rolling last year due to the COVID pandemic.
JASPER COUNTY — A limited number of vaccine vials to combat COVID is scheduled to be rolled out in Jasper County on Monday, Jan. 11.
WOLCOTT — The Wolcott Main Street Committee checked off another large project on its to-do list Jan. 2 by putting up its long-talked-about digital sign in the downtown area.
RENSSELAER — Chief Buildings’ entry in the Holiday Tree Trail at Potawatomi Park in Rensselaer was declared the best Christmas tree display according to city residents.
MONTICELLO — John Heimlich was recognized Monday by his statewide colleagues as the North District’s 2020 Distinguished County Commissioner of the Year.
JASPER COUNTY — Rensselaer Central senior Aidan Geleott was picked over three other local senior students for the 2020-21 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship last week.
WOLCOTT — Local farmer Sandra Labeau recently directed a $2,500 America’s Farmers Grow Communities donation, sponsored by Bayer Fund, to Roger Wolcott Park.
Effective Wednesday, Nov. 25, Franciscan Health moved to stricter visitor restrictions due to the rise of COVID-19 cases across the state of Indiana and the communities that it serves.
JASPER COUNTY — An elderly Wheatfield man was charged with leaving the scene of a crime, driving while intoxicated and other offenses after an incident that occurred near Wheatfield Jan. 10.
KENTLAND — From the very first hearing, Nicole Bowen’s family and close friends have shown up to the Newton County Courthouse wearing blue shirts saying “Justice for Nicole.” Some sort of just…
Jasper County Arrest Log
JASPER COUNTY — An Alabama man was arrested for burglary, theft and invasion of privacy by Jasper County Sheriff’s Department deputies on Jan. 4.
Jasper County Arrest Log
(The Center Square) - Two Indiana legislators have introduced a bill calling for the formation of a Commission on Election Integrity that would review the security of all voting machines used in the state and consider whether election laws should be changed to increase confidence in the vote.
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Nova Medical Centers, the nation's leading occupational healthcare provider, announces today the third Indianapolis, Indiana location opening on February 1, 2021.
A blue four-door Sedan was seen draped in crime scene tape facing north in the shoulder of southbound lanes of the expressway at Thornton-Lansing Road.
WASHINGTON — Joe Biden will propose a broad immigration overhaul on his first day as president, including a shortened pathway to U.S. citizenship for undocumented migrants — a complete reversal from Donald Trump’s immigration restrictions and crackdowns, but one that faces major roadblocks in Congress. The new president’s legislation would allow the roughly 11 million immigrants living ...
Alex Beckers and his wife, Gina, moved from Los Angeles to Portland, Ore., in November — two of the millions of Americans who have chosen to relocate amid the pandemic. However, much of the Beckerses' stuff still hasn't joined them, including a computer, furniture, sensitive documents and photo albums. And they say the Northridge, Calif., moving company that has their possessions — and is ...
2020 is a year most of us are happy to leave behind. Amid the many disheartening challenges we endured, there were also some positive developments in the philanthropy field that will impact giving in 2021 and beyond. Here’s some of what I’ll be looking for in this New Year: From charity to justice 2020’s racial justice movement that expanded awareness of racism and injustice across the U.S. ...
Wednesday at noon, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris take their respective oaths of office to become the nation’s next president and vice president. Many Americans will surely breathe some collective sigh of relief. The last two months and especially the last two weeks have been the chaotic crescendo of a tumultuous presidency leaving in its wake — and this is a truly abbreviated list — Washington, ...