As Lincoln Trail College nears the half-century mark, plans are afoot for some of the biggest changes there since the campus opened. On Thursday, the LTC Foundation board will vote on deeding 10 acres west of the baseball diamond to the college, increasing the size of the campus by 12 percent, President Ryan Gower told the Daily News.
Bitterly cold weather has had a chilling effect on area activities. Crawford and neighboring counties are under a National Weather Service wind chill warning through noon Thursday. A wind chill warning means the combination of very cold air and the wind will create dangerously low wind chill values. Frostbite can occur quickly and even hypothermia or death...
January is National Personal Self-Defense Awareness Month and the best defense is to be aware of your surroundings. When most people think of personal self defense the first thing that comes to mind is some type of martial arts and carrying lethal and non-lethal weapons to fend off a would be attacker, but according to experts the best personal defense is...
The voice that brought music, news, comfort and laughter to Crawford County for more than 50 years has gone silent.
"Roger Dee" Reynolds died at 9:28 a.m. EST Tuesday at Regional Hospital in Terre Haute.
Reynolds suffered a stroke Feb. 28. He had spent the day working at the radio station and had just arrived home. He suffered a second stroke March 12.
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Students in Erica Blank's eighth-grade class at Palestine Grade School were recently visited by U of I Extension. They discussed nutrition in food, fat content and making healthy choices while passing around what appears to be a giant sponge. (Submitted photo)
The Village of Oblong has five candidates running for three trustee seats.
Incumbents Jay Haines and Dave Hasty are running to retain their seats, while former mayor Keith Waldrop along with Carrie Sablone and Jennifer Coulter have also thrown their hats in the ring. Trustee Debi Wilson has chosen not to run for another term.
All three seats are four-year terms, and the top three vote-getters will be elected.
There were highs and lows to the final weekend of the season for Lincoln Trail College's women's basketball team.
The Lady Statesmen scored a big victory on Senior Night Friday (March 1), but were then thumped on Saturday (March 2) by undefeated and NJCAA No. 1-ranked Wabash Valley College, 101-43, in their regular season finale.
It was not a Happy St. Patrick's Day for everyone. I grew up here. Going to Vincennes for pizza because you couldn't get one here or Terre Haute to shop because the shops here didn't have what we wanted was routine but not usual. That is, we would do it now and then, but not all the time.