Sisters Jackie Koehler and Julia Washburn were in high spirits on Black Friday.
We have visited Chicago during many holiday seasons to take in everything seasonal, including a play. A favorite is "A Christmas Carol," and we’ve seen this classic at several venues. We always stay on North Michigan Avenue so we can easily wander the beautifully decorated avenue to admire window displays and the décor at Water Tower Square.
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NEW ALBANY — A new sculpture outside Scribner Middle School's performing arts center doesn't just pay tribute to the school's art program — it also showcases the work of a team of student artists.
SELLERSBURG – As a possible West Clark Community Schools district reorganization hangs in the balance, it would be easy for interim superintendent Clemen Perez-Lloyd to focus on the “what ifs?” that surround the district’s future.
For those who are part of what has been termed “The Greatest Generation,” the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, is one of two dramatic events that marked their lifetime.
Ground was broken Thursday, albeit in a symbolic black box placed on the Kresge Auditorium stage, for a development project that will soon be the "campus living room" of Indiana University Kokomo's campus.
Have you heard the name John Allen Chau yet? He was a young 26-year-old American missionary who took an unusual interest in a non-domesticated tribe of people known as the Sentinelese. They live on a remote island in India’s Andaman and Nicobar island chain. Chau was told about two fisherman who were strangled by the Sentinelese back in 2006. It is well understood that these tribesman are not friendly to strangers. Chau knew the dangers, even avoided getting romantically involved with anyone, knowing his attempts with these people were likely to be dangerous. But Chau is said to have had a “radical call” to find “unreached groups.” He had planned to live among them for years and learn their language.
While opponents far outnumbered supporters, the Terre Haute City Council heard Thursday from people on both sides of the new Vigo County Jail siting debate.Fred Nation, vice president of Wabash River Development and Beautification, also known as Rive
Gov. Eric Holcomb acknowledged Thursday that his state objective of increasing teacher salaries will have to be balanced against the way local school districts are in charge of doling out funds.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled a Kokomo man who was taking part in the Howard County Drug Court could not receive time off his prison sentence for his participation in the program because he violated the terms of his agreement.
The executive director of Wabash Valley Art Spaces is concerned about a proposal for a new Vigo County jail, sheriff's office and police station on the site of the existing jail, courthouse and city hall.
ELKHART — Thor Industries Inc. started its 2019 fiscal year with declines in income and sales for its first quarter and some of the company's subsidiaries are planning extended plant shutdowns during the holiday season.
GOSHEN — A domestic incident between parents escalated outside the Boys & Girls Club on Crescent Street Wednesday and left a woman injured and a man in police custody.
Ten years ago, Lindsay Brown went to his friends Maureen Duncan and Migual Patterson with a proposal: he wanted to give Christmas toys to 500 kids, and they had to pull it together in under two months.
Sleet fell fast as a riderless horse approached, beginning the the ceremony to remember law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. Every December for the last 20 years, the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, the training ground for future police officers, holds a Project Blue Light ceremony in Plainfield. Project Blue Light remembers not only the officers, but honors the families trying to rebuild after such devastating losses.
MECHANICSBURG — Dull's Tree Farm looked as much like a dog show venue as a Christmas tree farm last Sunday as hundreds of Newfoundland dogs and other breeds turned out for the 15th annual Newfie Day.
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