1 hr ago | The Republic
I saw in the Zone section of the June 13 edition that a production of "The Sound of Music" is being presented in Indianapolis.
6 hrs ago | This Week Community News
Arthur Darnborough, a retired teacher from the former Columbus North High School, holds the plaque he received when he was named to the North High School Hall of Fame.
10 hrs ago | The Paducah Sun Online Edition
Surviving are her husband, Allen Summers; three sons, Von Summers, Alex Summers and Aaron Summers, all of Marion; five grandchildren, and three sisters, Laura Hanold of Fort Branch, Ind., Dorothy Abernathy of Louisville and Myra Scott of Columbus, Ind.
14 hrs ago | The Tribune
Bartholomew County Prosecutor Bill Nash said today he's in no hurry to rush forward with formal criminal charges in the Waynesville quadruple murder case, although he confirmed that 55-year-old Samuel E. Sallee of Columbus has become the "prime suspect" in the case.
17 hrs ago | WTHR-TV Indianapolis
The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled that the fines will stand for Indiana Democrats who walked out of the 2011 legislative session.
A 55-year-old Columbus man, behind bars since May 13, has been named as the sole suspect in the slayings of four individuals two days earlier in a Waynesville home.
When the mercury closed in on 90 degrees with the humidity creeping to almost as high on the morning of last year's Madison Courier Firecracker 10K Run/Walk, organizers considered canceling the event for the safety of participants and the volunteer race workers.
The family of a 49-year-old Columbus man who died from a gunshot wound in April will be taken out of his grave in an effort to find out how he died.
That Saturday morning, I learned from Columbus Police Chief Jason Maddix that Rachel C. McCue, 22, and Thomas W. Gorski, 30, who had lived as a couple for several months in a Columbus mobile home park, had been arrested following a six-month investigation into the death of McCue's son, Evan.
As a teenager in the late 1950s, New Albany native Charles Oliver considered his career options and found that he liked no business better than the family business: making and selling eyeglasses.
Locals won three of the four girls singles divisions and finished second in the other in the annual tennis event at Columbus North High School.
Occupation: Elder law attorney at Voelz Law LLC who deals with estate and disability planning, estate and trust settlement, Medicaid and other matters affecting seniors.
The Columbus native posted his third consecutive top-10 finish Sunday when he took fourth at Pocono .
Lapidus' family faces daily challenges but is overjoyed at her progress. They are happy to have their daughter at home nearly two years after an unexplained episode when her heart stopped beating for more than eight minutes.