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Updated: 2014-08-12T11:19:40-04:00


‘This is the Army’


Calling all dancers, singers and set designers – The Vigo County Historical Society Wants You!
The historical society is dusting off the music and clothes of the 1940s to put on a commemorative “Tribute to the USO” next month.


Addiction recovery agency faces major cuts


Funding has been drastically cut for an agency that has stayed mostly in the background while helping people with addiction issues get their lives back together.


Alicia Morgan: Children, full of bravery, make letting go a little easier


They say the first day of kindergarten is more difficult for the parents than for the child. I believe for most moms and dads, this has to be true.


Teachers agree to contract


Vigo County teachers who are rated effective and highly effective would receive a 3 percent salary increase under a tentative contract agreement reached last week.


‘Every interaction can make a difference’


DeVaney Elementary teacher Carol Sumner recruited some of her kindergarten students from last year to help deliver a back-to-school message to educators Monday.


New trial date set for 2012 homicide


A Dec. 15 trial date has been set for a man accused of murdering his wife almost two years ago.


Driver arrested after high-speed chase


A 35-year-old Illinois man was arrested Saturday near Dana in Vermillion County after a high-speed chase.


Launch of a entrepreneurial climate


Developing and marketing a co-work space for Launch Terre Haute is about building an overall ecosystem that allows entrepreneurs to flourish and grow, rather than target individual companies to receive financial incentives.


School board approves range of health care plans


The Vigo County School Board voted Monday to advertise proposed 2015 budgets totaling $148.9 million, the first step in the annual budget process.


Fourth Street to be two-way


Fourth Street is about to become a two-way street between Cherry and Poplar streets downtown.