Bi-weekly Owen County COVID update
As we continue through the COVID-19 pandemic, there are promising days and days when disappointing news ensues. Last week, the U.S. set another single-day record of coronavirus cases totaling 39,327 new cases.
Mark Bennett: League of Women Voters president has passion for democracy Vote-by-mail option, racial justice two goals for chapter, says Carly Schmitt
As a kid growing up in central Illinois, Carly Schmitt listened to her great-grandfather’s dinner-table
Tuesday Talk Podcast, June 23, 2020: For African Americans, pandemic impact hard and deep
Adeyemi Doss, instructor in the Department of Multidisciplinary Studies at Indiana State University, tal
Indiana's low-head dams present ecological, safety concerns
A confluence of public safety, recreation and natural heritage concerns is powering an impetus to remove
ISU offers free online course to incoming freshmen Students choose between COVID-19 or climate change and get 1-hour credit
Indiana State University is using a new tool to enroll first-time freshmen for fall term — a free, online course.
Policy vs Pandemics Polarization and PHEP
'THERE'S NOTHING NEW ABOUT THE CLIMATE CHANGING..' WHAT MAKES THE RECENT WARM-UP DIFFERENT?
Climate change has become a real problem. Here's what some say on the topic.
LOOKING FOR LOVE IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES: ONLINE ROMANCE FRAUD ON THE RISE
Dating has moved from in-person to behind the keyboard and the transition has put some of you at risk to scams.
HIGH SCHOOL HISTORY CLUB GOES BACK IN TIME IN HISTORY FAIRE
SULLIVAN, Ind. (WTHI) - Local High School students are going back in time to learn about influential moments and people in our history.
T.H. North Air Force Junior ROTC excel in state Cyber Competition
Four teams of students from Terre Haute North Vigo High School Air Force Junior ROTC recently concluded