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Mayor Bennett Issues Letter To City About COVID-19

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – On Tuesday afternoon Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett issued a letter the the citizens of Terre Haute concerning the COVID-19 pandemic. In the letter he spelled out how the community is working together

Coronavirus Delays Tanoos Case

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.  – The next hearing for former Vigo County School Corporation Superintendent Danny Tanoos will take place on May 6 instead of this Wednesday (3//18/20). Mandates from the Indiana Supreme Court caused the case to be

Second Hoosier Dies Of Coronavirus

INDIANAPOLIS —The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) today announced that a second Hoosier has died from COVID-19. The patient is a Johnson County adult over age 60 who had been hospitalized. No further information about the

Gaining Control Of Coronavirus

INDIANAPOLIS–Gaining control of the COVID-19 pandemic and stopping the spread of the virus is highly dependent upon the cooperation of the general public, according to an expert on the study of population health. “This all depends on

Big Demand For Toilet Paper And Guns

BEECH GROVE, Ind. — Some may be shopping for toilet paper but if the last 72 hours at Beech Grove Firearms on the south side of Indianapolis is any indication, gun sales are spiking throughout Indiana as

Hallador Cuts 60 Jobs At Sunrise Coal

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Hallador Energy is cutting 60 jobs from its Sunrise Coal subsidiary. The cuts are effective immediately. The company announced the permanent closure of its Carlisle mine last week and it was necessary to

Vigo County Offices Try To Operate As Normal For Now

VIGO COUNTY, Ind.  — Vigo County Commissioners and county department heads met Monday to discuss operations during the Coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic. Officials say that county offices should try to run as normal as possible, but if

Indiana Has First Coronavirus Death

INDIANAPOLIS -Indiana has its first death from coronavirus. A somber Governor Holcomb announced a Marion County resident died from the virus Monday morning at a Community Health Network hospital. Community’s chief physician executive, Ram Yeleti, says the