Last week was a scheduled recess for the Senate, and it happened to coincide with the three-month anniversary of the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
Harvesting Capabilities volunteers and board members gathered Monday to present past-president Carol Biddle with an appreciation award for her contributions of hundreds – probably thousands – of hours, countless days (and sometimes nights), and blood, sweat and tears to build and grow the or…
Demand for COVID-19 vaccinations has seen a sharp decline in Miami County in recent days, leaving officials struggling to fill appointments at their daily vaccination clinics.
“Back Home Again in Indiana” is an anthem of sorts for millions of Hoosiers, but only one of them is the commander of the 434th Air Refueling Wing at Grissom Air Reserve Base.
Miami County’s top health official says a bill being considered in the State Capitol goes too far in scaling back a health officer’s powers during an emergency.
The Dukes Health Care Foundation of Miami County is accepting additional grant applications for the second half of 2021. Consideration will be given to organizations that promote and support the health and well-being of the citizens of Miami County through health screening, health promotion,…
Members of the Maconaquah School Board last week added their voices to those of other area school board members when they passed a resolution stating opposition to the expansion of school vouchers and other changes to public school funding that are being considered now in the state legislature.
Federal funding through the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) program is helping Oak Hill United School Corporation address student’s physical, academic and social emotional needs.
With state vaccine eligibility open for everyone 16 years old and older, local officials have expanded hours at Miami County’s main COVID-19 vaccination site and will be offering additional mass clinics in the near future.
The Air Force is pushing the physical fitness assessments to July 1 to help battle COVID-19 and leadership is using the time to assess potential components to improve the current assessment.
A traveling exhibit at the Grissom Air Museum will stay a few months longer, giving visitors a little more time to learn about the United States’ Apollo program and moon landing.
Miami County residents will have an opportunity Thursday to speak with representatives from the Indiana Department of Transportation about a proposed change to an intersection on U.S. 24 that could prove to be unpopular.
Turning wrenches to keep KC-135R Stratotankers flying is a demanding task calling for grit, toughness, and perseverance as temperature swings on the mass parking ramp can be sweltering hot, to bone numbing cold – sometimes in the same day.
Legislation aimed at improving civic engagement among young Hoosiers is on its way to the governor’s desk, where it could soon be signed into law.
The Peru Police Department issued 85 tickets and made 5 arrests in overtime patrols that were conducted in March to prevent dangerous and impaired driving.
A local organization is working to expand the miles of bike trails in Miami County, which, if successful, could eventually help link the area and state to a proposed network of trails crossing the country.
Two more large pieces of circus history, and a few others, have made their way to the International Circus Hall of Fame after being removed from two historic circus barns scheduled for demolition along U.S. 31.
The area’s state senator says she has not yet made up her mind about a controversial renewable energy bill now sitting in an Indiana Senate committee after being passed by the House in the first half of the legislative session.
Officers from the Indiana State Police and Miami County Sheriff’s Office arrested three people Saturday morning after they said they found drugs and several thousand dollars in counterfeit bills in a vehicle during a traffic stop.
INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers 45 and older as well as teachers and other school employees are now eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccinations after a series of announcements from state health officials early this week.
The familiar whistle that breaks the silence in the hallways of Grissom Air Reserve Base’s headquarters will now be a tune heard by memory. That whistle, Col. Larry Shaw’s trademark pre-cursor to his energetic entrance, will reverberate here no longer. Shaw retired as commander of the 434th …
State health officials this week designated Miami County a blue county on the state’s county metrics map, indicating the county is now ranked among those with the lowest level of COVID-19 spread in the state.