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Veterans Day is observed with a band concert and special speaker at courthouse

Matt Huber lead the Jackson Township Municipal Band and Master Sgt. Chris Durcholz was the special speaker.

Robert "Bob" Kenneth Palm
Robert "Bob" Kenneth Palm, 89, Brazil, passed away Saturday November 28, 2015 at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. He was...
Ludema R. Harris
Ludema R. Harris, 80 of Brazil, passed away November 27, 2015 at St. Francis Franciscan Health in Indianapolis,...

Carolyn Sue (Berry) Kline
April 3, 1938 -- November 25, 2015 Carolyn Sue Kline was born in Terre Haute, IN to William E. Berry and Katherine E....
Robert "Bob" Lee Biddle
Robert "Bob" Lee Biddle, 68, of Brazil, passed away November 20, 2015 at Cloverleaf Healthcare following an extended...

Helen Christina Skelton
Helen Christina Skelton, 79, of Brazil, passed away at Regional Hospital, November 23, 2015. She was born March 6,...

Dr. Richard Joseph Casserly
Dr. Richard Joseph Casserly, 65, of Terre Haute, Indiana, passed away with his loving family by his side on November...

Michael Wayne Rains
Michael Wayne Rains, 53, of Terre Haute, passed away on Sunday, November 22, 2015, at his home, surrounded by his...

Agnes L. (Moore) Hoggatt
Agnes L. (Moore) Hoggatt, 78, of Brazil, passed away November 19, 2015 with her family by her side. She was born in...

Couple celebrating 65 years
Don and Phyllis Grey wants friends and family to celebrate with them for their 65th wedding anniversary at the Harmony...
Regional News
Fogle gets more than 15 years (11/19/15)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Jared Fogle emerged from obscurity to become the unlikely face of one of the nation's biggest restaurant chains, earning a small fortune by touting the benefits of a healthy lifestyle that included Subway sandwiches. But his wholesome public image was only that, and on Thursday he was sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for trading in child pornography and having sex with underage prostitutes...
Laundromat offering free washes to low-income opens soon (11/13/15)
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) -- A southwestern Indiana laundromat that'll offer free washes to those in need is set to open soon. WFIE-TV in Evansville reports that the final touches are being put on the Jack Henry Gates Memorial Community Laundromat. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held next week...
Police say video shows suspect in slaying of pastor's wife (11/13/15)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Home surveillance cameras captured images of a male suspect who investigators believe broke into an Indianapolis home and fatally shot a pastor's pregnant wife after burglarizing a neighbor's home, police said Friday. Detectives are seeking the public's help in identifying the hoodie-wearing suspect in Amanda Blackburn's killing. ...
Teacher, diocese file motions to dismiss suit (11/11/15)
(AP) -- Both the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend and a former teacher who was fired after undergoing in vitro fertilization treatments have filed motions to dismiss a lawsuit. Emily Herx filed a federal gender discrimination case against the diocese in 2012 after her contract wasn't renewed. ...
Pence pays off federal loan (11/11/15)
(AP) -- Gov. Mike Pence says Indiana has paid a $250 million debt owed on a recession-era federal loan that was used to pay unemployment benefits after the state depleted its own funds. Pence said in a statement Tuesday that the payment will enable Indiana employers to avoid a $126 penalty for each worker. The Republican governor first announced his plans to pay off the loan in October and said he would borrow $250 million from the state's budget surplus to make the payment...
Judge dismisses suit targeting new sex offender law (11/11/15)
Judge dismisses suit targeting new sex offender law INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- A new Indiana law that bans many sex offenders from venturing onto school property doesn't prevent most from worshipping at churches that house schools on their grounds, attorneys in a recently dismissed lawsuit say...
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