The Class of 1963 at St. John's Catholic High School in Loogootee now turns 60-years-old, many remember a time of wonder
This June will be a busier month than usual for the citizens of Loogootee, Ind. one of which just happened on Friday in the month of May at the only high school in the city, Loogootee High School. On Friday, students finally graduated from Loogootee High School like some of their parents and peers in the crowd.
Indiana funeral home director pleads guilty after 31 decomposing bodies discovered
In an unprecedented event, the media was recently allowed into the courtroom of Clark County, Indiana, as Randy Langford, a local funeral home director, pled guilty to 40 charges of felony theft. The case centered around the shocking discovery of 31 decomposing bodies at his funeral home, has provoked deep-seated emotions and significant legal implications, calling into question the ethical standards of the funeral industry.
Indiana Doctor Reprimanded for Violating Patient Privacy Laws in Abortion Case.
Dr. Caitlin Bernard raises her right hand as she is sworn in during the hearing on May 25, 2023, at the Indiana Government South.Photo byAP Pool. Dr. Caitlin Bernard, an obstetrician-gynaecologist from Indianapolis, has been reprimanded and fined by Indiana's medical licensing board for violating patient privacy laws. Last year, she publicly revealed that she provided abortion services to a 10-year-old Ohio rape victim and according to her, she shared the story to make people understand the impacts that abortion laws can have in the country.
Indiana “Old Farmer’s Almanac” Advice for May 29-June 4, 2023
This post includes some content written or assisted by AI tools. As the week of May 29 to June 4 unfolds in Indiana, gardening enthusiasts and astronomy lovers have a wealth of captivating opportunities to explore. The Old Farmer's Almanac, a venerable source of wisdom, offers invaluable advice on various subjects, including vegetable and flower gardening, as well as celestial wonders.
Indiana Doctor Fined for Publicizing Abortion Case, Keeps License
This post includes content assisted by AI. Dr. Caitlin Bernard, an Indiana-based doctor, recently faced a medical board hearing due to her public disclosure about performing an abortion on a 10-year-old rape victim from Ohio. Bernard was issued a $3,000 fine by the Indiana medical board, yet managed to retain her license.
There are many interesting hospital projects underway in Indiana currently, but only an elite assortment of them represent nine-digit investments. Each member of this hundred-million-plus club is laying innovative foundations for the future of healthcare in the Hoosier state. They’re taking strides to remain ready for whatever the future brings to medicine, and they’re paying careful attention to the health needs of their surrounding citizens.
Townies like myself remember Bloomington in the '90s and 2000s being a completely different place
July 3, 2023, will mark exactly 15 years since my family and I moved from our apartment complex in Vincennes, Ind. to Bloomington. 15 years of heartache, 15 years of love, and 15 years of change, however, my mother always knew about Bloomington. We were not oblivious to the town but technically we were newbies to the Monroe County area at the time.
Tragic Incident Highlights the Importance of Handling Explosive Devices Safely
In a heartbreaking turn of events, an Indiana man lost his life after a grenade found among his grandfather's belongings detonated unexpectedly. The incident serves as a somber reminder of the potential dangers lurking within military memorabilia and the need for utmost caution when handling explosive devices. This tragic occurrence highlights the importance of proper procedures and immediate action when encountering such hazardous items.
Here are the Most Dangerous Cities in Indiana to Avoid for 2023
A newly released list of the most dangerous communities in Indiana has been released from the online database known as Travel Safe. The website combines recent data from the Census, FBI, OpenStreetMaps, and dozens of other sources to create bite-sized lists and studies designed to help citizens better understand what it is like to live in different communities across the country.
Indiana “Old Farmer’s Almanac” Advice for May 22-28, 2023
This post includes some content written or assisted by AI tools. As we approach the week of May 22-28, 2023, The Old Farmer's Almanac offers sage advice for Indiana's green thumbs. This week, it's all about nurturing your garden, both vegetables and flowers alike.
Loogootee baseball and softball sectionals are set, will last through the end of May in separate locations
Loogootee High School Athletics announced this morning both the upcoming schedules for the Indiana IHSAA Class 1A Baseball and Softball State Championship matches that are set to be played separately in Loogootee and at North Daviess.
Do you want to be in a movie that is being filmed in Bloomington, Ind.? Here is your chance to be a star
A Bloomington film company is looking for two actors to star in a major motion picture student film shot in Bloomington and produced by one of the state’s legendary film writers and producers.
City officials met to discuss renovations to build possible restaurant banquet space on 1st Street and the B-Line trail
The City of Bloomington Plan Commission discussed plans to build a new site plan for a banquet hall and a new restaurant to possibly be constructed near downtown Bloomington. On 229 West 1st Street that connects to the B-Line Trail and the southside Kroger on the downtown strip of Bloomington, just past the old sight of the former Monroe Oil Company factory that has since shut down for decades, will be where the new sight for a brand-new building will open in the city.
Gracie Farrall, an example for many while capturing one moment to the next
On the night of January 20, 2022, at Simon Skojdt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, the Indiana Hoosiers would shock the world and beat the Purdue Boilermakers in a thrilling 68-65 victory, at home, with the crowd storming, and one photo would go viral later that evening.
Legislature Enrolls Bill to Amend Physician Noncompete Agreements in Indiana
In a recent development, the Indiana General Assembly has enrolled Senate Enrolled Act No. 7, an act that aims to amend the Indiana Code concerning professions and occupations, specifically addressing physician noncompete agreements. The bill has passed both chambers of the legislature and is awaiting final approval.
Growing Indiana towns need more businesses to serve customers
Carmel and Fishers, Indiana, have seen an impressive growth in population over the past few years. With a significant influx of younger residents, the local economy has seen a surge in demand for service-based businesses. This presents a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs and business owners to establish themselves in these thriving communities.
Blooming Thai will reportedly close out-of-business at the end of the month
It is nearing closing time for one historic Asian restaurant in Bloomington, Ind. This as a Bloomington staple, Blooming Thai located near North College Avenue in the city is set to close operations on May 30 according to a Reddit user.
Indiana “Old Farmer’s Almanac” Advice for May 15-21, 2023
This post includes some content written or assisted by AI tools. As we enter mid-May in the Hoosier State, the Old Farmer's Almanac becomes a cherished guide for individuals who find joy in vegetable and flower gardening.
BREAKING: Mackenzie Mgbako is going to be an Indiana Hoosier, according to reports
Five-star Class of 2023 high school basketball commit Mackenzie Mgbako announced his commitment on Friday with many fans in Bloomington, Ind. and Lawrence, Kan. On edge all week long on social media.