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North Won’t Seek Second Term As NRA President

INDIANAPOLIS  — Retired Lt. Col. Oliver North has announced that he won’t serve a second term as the president of the National Rifle Association after he lost support of the gun-rights group’s leadership. North’s announcement came after

Holcomb Signs Bill Strengthening “Stand Your Ground” Law

INDIANAPOLIS  — The National Rifle Association is praising Gov. Eric Holcomb for signing legislation strengthening Indiana’s “stand your ground” laws and removing the fee for certain firearm carry permits. The legislation will also allow people to carry

Expert Says Higher Gas Prices Still To Come

INDIANA –The gas average in Indiana climbed to $2.92 Friday, with a national average of $2.93. But, that price, and the price Hoosiers are paying, is not expected to get to its highest point for several more

VP Pence Addresses NRA Convention Friday

INDIANAPOLIS — Before President Trump took the stage at the NRA Convention on Friday afternoon, his Vice President, Mike Pence spoke to the tens of thousands in attendance. “It’s good to be back home again in Indiana,”

Indiana State Police Recognizes Putnamville Troopers

INDIANA – An awards program was held Friday afternoon at the Indiana Government Center for Indiana State Police employees. During the award ceremony, Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas G. Carter and his primary staff, recognized two Putnamville

You Can Help Fight Hunger In Our Area

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – One in eight Americans in communities across the U.S. struggle with hunger, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, including 39,000 of our neighbors here in west central Indiana. To raise awareness and