Business card leads to career for Frankton
INDIANAPOLIS — Douglas Huntsinger went to Indiana State University with plans of becoming a funeral dire
Sullivan County welcomes two new deputy sheriffs
The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office was brought up to full staff this week as two new deputies were sworn in by Circuit Court Judge R
Whitson to lead Madison County Chamber
ANDERSON — Clayton Whitson, a former member of the Madison County Council, will be named the new CEO of
Unique Partnerships in the Least Expected Places
Burton has big plans for Evansville’s 4th Ward
There’s nothing useless about liberal arts degrees
We are constantly besieged with messaging that a liberal arts degree is useless. Maybe even worse than useless: a path to being a pauper or something close. Stuck in low-paying work that leaves you unable to pay off the loans and earn enough to buy a house and raise a family. Think again!
10 Years an Attorney - Marylyn Ernsberger
ANGOLA — A lifelong area resident, Marylyn Ernsberger of Ernsberger and Helmer, Attorneys at Law, knew from a young age she wanted to become an attorney.
The year 2019 marked 10 years in practice, working in counties all over northeast Indiana.
Retired IMPD commander to head Noblesville public safety
A retired high-ranking Indianapolis police officer will be appointed Noblesville's director of public safety, a new position overseeing the police and fire departments.