Farmers across the state could lose millions of dollars because of the recent rain. Researchers at Purdue University say as much as five percent of Indiana’s corn and soybean crops have been destroyed by flooding. The losses are expected to continue to mount over the next few weeks with more rain in the forecast.
Vincennes resident Frank Medlen, Junior will place two thousand flags in his yard for every member of the military who died in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Medlen’s yard is located at 23-85 Henry Sievers Road. Volunteers are invited to help place flags in the yard on Thursday. …
State Police arrested a 25-year-old Evansville Man Monday for tying a 14-year-old acquaintance to a tree in a Pike County cemetery and battering him. Christopher Grubb allegedly battered the 14-year-old Warrick County boy on June 13th. He allegedly zip-tied the boy to a tree while he questioned him for about an hour concerning an alleged […]
The search continues for a missing Greene County woman. Indiana State Police say another search was conducted this past weekend for Marina Boelter who was last seen New Year’s Eve. The Indiana State Police and the Greene County Prosecutor’s Office, along with community volunteers all joined the Vigo County Search and Rescue Team to conduct […]
Class 4A: Penn (29-6) 3 Terre Haute North (21-12) 2 Penn wins 4th State Title Tim Lira (Penn) wins Mental Attitude Award Class 3A: Andrean (30-6) 2 Jasper (30-2) 1 Andrean wins 2nd Consecutive Title, 5th in Schools History Ben Moore (Jasper) wins Mental Attitude Award Class 2A: South Spencer (25-2) 8 Lafayette […]