Fountain Central Jr.-Sr. High School has announced it’s 2020-21 first term, first grading period honor roll.
September 8, 2020
The Benton County Emergency Operations Center is committed to get timely information to the public. Weekly updates are being downscaled to disseminate information updates as needed, according to information from the center staff.
- Humidity: 68%
- Cloud Coverage:%
- Wind: 8 mph
- UV Index: 3 Moderate
- Sunrise: 07:12:37 AM
- Sunset: 05:56:41 PM
Partly to mostly cloudy. High 48F. Winds NE at 5 to 10 mph.
Mainly clear. Low 34F. Winds NE at 5 to 10 mph.
A mix of clouds and sun in the morning followed by cloudy skies during the afternoon. High 51F. Winds ENE at 10 to 15 mph.
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Two football teams going in opposite directions injury-wise faced off on Friday when Seeger hosted the North Vermillion Falcons in the final game before the start of the sectional tournament.
The best way to get a child interested in something is to start them young – letting them develop their interest in an activity as they grow.
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Recently I had the honor and pleasure of being invited to attend the Sept. 13 Hoosier State Press Association Summit to address the preservation of publication of public notices in newspapers.
I am an interested possible beneficiary of the Jordan Creek Wind Project (JCWP). I live out of state and nowhere near Jordan Creek. I have very little, if any, control of whether the property involving me will lend their land to the project. However, I have spent my youth working on the farm…
The six-member jury deliberated more than five hours over the fate of Brandon Dothager before Lake Superior Judge Aleksandra Dimitrijevic declared a hung jury.
(The Center Square) – Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill responded to what he called threats to religious congregations in one Indiana county with a letter warning local health officials to back off.
(The Center Square) – As calls for police reform and defunding police departments across the nation continue, a new report shows Indiana spends less per capita on police and corrections than any other state in the nation.