Todd Golden writes about how a team's vaccination rate is a dynamic that's never been contended with as far as team unity is concerned in the locker room.
Earlier this week, the U.S. women’s basketball team improved to 2-0 at the Olympics and ran its winning streak to 51 games, a run that dates back to the 1992 bronze medal game. Former Indiana Fever great and WNBA Hall of Famer Tamika Catchings was a major part of that streak, having won four gold medals during her career.
As Friday night crowds assembled in Tollys Bar and Grill, open-mic comedy emcee Levi Elmore and his fellow comics figured most folks were there for the 9 o'clock karaoke music, after the joke-tellers' hour on stage ended.
Shop Pay needs very little introduction. It’s the fastest way to checkout online on a e-commerce store. It is the checkout system that powers all Shopify website stores. Originally launched in 2017, the little innovation has made shopping on Shopify sites so much easier. It has also significantly improved customer experience on the eCommerce platform.
Back in the day, as they say, when I lived in Evanston, Illinois, I was blessed and honored to work as the prevention coordinator and also carried a caseload for PEER Services Inc., a drug treatment facility.
INDIANAPOLIS — When Chris Duarte shook the hand of NBA commissioner Adam Silver after being taken with the 13th overall pick by the Indiana Pacers on Thursday, he took a moment to reflect on the journey that allowed him to achieve his dream.
Indiana State University trustees on Friday approved the honorary naming of part of Fifth Street on campus after Cynthia Shepard Perry, a Terre Haute native and ISU graduate selected by three U.S. presidents to represent the nation on the international level.
A total of 25 inmates and a staff member contracted COVID-19 over the last week at the Boone County Jail, due to one undetected case. Three of these are considered fully-vaccinated inmates or “breakthrough” cases.
WESTFIELD — It was a beautiful 70-degree morning for the third day of Indianapolis Colts training camp practices Friday at Grand Park. But metaphorical storm clouds were building on the horizon.
Despite the introduction of effective vaccines and new knowledge about the COVID-19 virus, reported daily cases and positivity rates remain about the same as one year ago due to low vaccination rates.
The note from a reader in Virginia came days before four police officers captivated a House committee hearing with testimony about what happened on Jan. 6.
Members of the public should take advantage of a series of public meetings aimed at gaining feedback on the state's once-a-decade redistricting process.
The wooden skeletons of new homes in the Montgomery Farms addition west of Lapel’s elementary school are filling in quickly, but some of the finished structures may not be occupied for awhile.
The guardian of the estate of late Terre Haute police Officer Rob Pitts' son is accused of taking more than $200,000 from the estate and has been arrested.
A colorful mural in the shape of Indiana and featuring flowers painted by Terre Haute artist Shayla Fish now catches the public's eye in the heart of the 12 Points Neighborhood.
As close friends and a former teacher struggle to understand the loss of a 15-year-old girl to gun violence, they treasure the memories of Chloe Carroll — her caring ways, her outgoing personality and her contagious smile.
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June 2021 Obituaries
A celebration of life will be held from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM on 2021-08-28 at Hidden Creek Golf Course Event Room, 4975 Utica Sellersburg Road Sellersburg, Indiana. Masks required. .
Elmer Lee Klinstiver, 58, passed from this life to his heavenly home on Thursday, July 29, 2021 with his family by his side. He was born on January 27, 1963 at Floyd Memorial Hospital in New Albany to Elmer L. Klinstiver and the late Edna "May" (Schoen) Klinstiver. Lee was a Lutheran by fait…
Travis Lance Sprinkle, 41, of Jeffersonville, IN, passed away on July 24, 2021. He was an Army Veteran. During his time in the service he served as a nurse/medic in Iraq under Operation Freedom. Travis was a registered nurse in many facets of healthcare including dialysis, occupational healt…
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