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NCAA Says College Athletes Could Soon Be Paid

INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA has voted to loosen its rules on whether a student-athlete can profit off their likeness while still maintaining their athletic eligibility. The organization, based in Indianapolis, announced Tuesday by 2021 student-athlete will be

SMWC Will Not Have To Pay Back Student Aid

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College has been found eligible to participate in federal student aid programs in 2005 to 2010 and is not required to return $42 million in student aid as determined by a

Work On SR 163 Bridge At Clinton Delayed

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind.  – The Indiana Department of Transportation has delayed the closure of the State Road 163 Bridge over the Wabash River near Clinton. On Tuesday INDOT said that the Henry Dana Washburn Memorial Bridge will now

New Look And Logo For Terre Haute Chamber

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce unveiled a new logo Tuesday morning. The idea is to reflect what it says is ongoing change in Terre Haute as a whole. Katie Shane with the