If you’re looking for
a good time this Memorial Day weekend, come downtown tonight and all
day Saturday and Sunday for Old Court Days.
A report released
last year outlined an epidemic of educators leaving the profession.
According to its findings, nearly half of all teachers leave the
profession within their first five years.
Jefferson County has avoided an outbreak of HIV cases similar to the one in neighboring Scott County, but the county’s Health Department still is taking precautions.
A new nationwide report shows that in 2014, Indiana recorded its most recreational boating deaths in three years.
A large number of young people are about to enter the job market as the school year comes to an end.
We appreciate good police work.
Here’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to honor someone during Indiana’s Bicentennial celebration.
The stage is set up at Bicentennial Park waiting to host musicians for this weekend’s RiverRoots Music and Folk Art Festival.
The Indiana General
Assembly — and the woman whose tragic story inspired a change of law —
should both be commended for working to close a loophole that allowed
the confessed rapist to walk free.
Those of us fortunate to still have our moms around need to ask ourselves when the last time was that we told her she was loved and appreciated.