New Year, New Equipment
Indiana State University's student media team earned a well deserved upgrade.
The Summer was spent unpacking boxes full of new equipment and technology.
The old production suite was completely renovated, and now houses rows of computers and equipment.
ND band student participates in INPact Band
On Aug. 10 and 11, North Daviess eighth grade band student Jacob Wilson, son of Chad and Norma Wilson of Odon, participated in an event known as the INPact Band.
Armadillos in Indiana rare, but they're here
Dead one found at U.S. 41 and Fort Harrison on Friday.
When a Tribune-Star delivery driver told Mick Siemers he saw a dead armadillo at U.S. 41 and Fort Harrison Road on Friday, Siemers was skeptical.
Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger one-man tribute shows coming to Cedar Lake
When a Lake Central High School class reunion was going to bring alumni Randy Noojin to Northwest Indiana, it offered him the opportunity to also perform in the region.
Clear Lake Shores hires new city administrator
The Clear Lake Shores City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to hire Brent Spier as city administrator. Spier will begin his duties in mid-to-late September, according to a press release.
Rose-Hulman Promotes Hussey to Strategist
Shaun Hussey has been promoted to user experience strategist for Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology’s Office of Communications and Marketing. In this new position, he will help develop and deliver strategies that utilize web, social media and email marketing technologies to achieve communication
Four new teachers begin tenures at Crothersville
Entering the doors of Crothersville Elementary School, turning left and stepping into the three classrooms on the left side of the hallway, you will be greeted by young women just beginning their new careers.
Dealing With Spiders in the Summer
As temperatures go up, the crawlers come out.
"When it gets hot and dry, July, August, seems to be spider season for us," said pest control expert Justin Summers.
Spider bites can be painless when they occur, and some harmful bites won't show symptoms for a while.