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TERRE HAUTE — A new school year has brought challenges for middle school and high school students trying to make sense of their math and science homework — especially when it comes to … more
The Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County is pleased to announce the opening of a temporary exhibit, Light and Shadow: Art & History of Shades State Park. The exhibit will open with a public … more
Dear Dave, My husband and I are retired. I receive a small pension, and we are both on Medicare and Social Security. We have about $25,000 left to pay on our mortgage, along with a second mortgage … more
Dear Doctors: My dad is 76, and he’s getting interested in nutrition. Lately, he’s been reading news stories about something called “polyphenols,” and that they’re … more

HILLSBORO — The sixth main stage production in Myers Dinner Theatre’s 26th anniversary season will be The Fantasticks, book and lyrics by Tom Jones and music by Harvey Schmidt, opening … more
WEST LAFAYETTE — The Purdue Farmland Value and Cash Rents Survey suggests Indiana farmland prices grew at a record pace between June 2021 and June 2022, exceeding previous highs set in … more
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Education released results from the 2021-22 Indiana Reading Evaluation and Determination assessment, which show that nearly one in five Hoosier students … more

The Flower Lovers Club held the August meeting at St. John Church. President Karen Cook opened the meeting with a prayer. Roll call was answered by telling my favorite vacation spot. Hostesses for … more
LEBANON — The Witham Health Services Volunteer Organization is pleased to provide three $1,000 scholarships to Boone County High School Seniors pursing continuing education in a health related … more
The Indiana DNR, Next Level Trails and the Town of Colfax opened the recently completed Big 4 Trail extension in Clinton and Boone counties on Aug. 6. The trail dedication was held as part of the … more
Children in Indiana are facing unprecedented levels of anxiety and depression, according to the 2022 Kids Count Data Book, released this week by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The report found … more
LINDEN — Railroad history will be celebrated Saturday during the Midwest Railroad Fair at the Linden Depot Museum. The local event, set for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., is a revival of the last major … more

Benson Tyler Chasteen, a son, born Aug. 7 at Witham Health Services, Lebanon, to Heather Clements, Lebanon, and Tyler Chasten, Frankfort. At birth, he weighed 9 pounds, 9 ounces. He is the … more
A Danville, Illinois man was arrested following a traffic pursuit on Interstate 74. Just after 1:30 p.m.  Wednesday, Trooper Thomen and Probationary Trooper Howell were on a traffic stop on … more
We knew it was coming, but then, is it possible to get ready to say good-bye? The children and I were all gathered around Grandpa’s casket. There were those memories of being a little girl, … more
August is here and somehow it’s already time for back-to-school. Whether you are ready for the school year to start or you are still holding onto summer, your library has great reading … more
It’s a day of heavy garden harvest, this high summer Saturday. Were the yard a fancy dinner jacket, its buttonhole would sport a moonflower or a canna, a hollyhock or a sunflower. If the … more

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