- After final service, church destined for demolition Updated: Oct-07-15 5:05 am
CUMBERLAND, Indiana - Lifelong St. John United Church of Christ member Linda Miller, 77, fought back tears as she embraced fellow parishioner Brenda Wade, who has been attending the church for 25 years.
- Agency: Indiana hunter dies trying to remove tree stand Updated: Oct-05-15 8:23 am
GREENFIELD, Indiana - The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says a 59-year-old hunter from central Indiana died after apparently trying to remove a tree stand from a dead, rotting tree.
- Students learn crime scene investigation in school program Updated: Oct-01-15 5:20 am
NEW PALESTINE, Indiana - Dressed in long white lab coats and protective safety goggles, New Palestine High School senior Kenzi Wells and lab partner, junior Leah Bare, carefully placed the drops of plasma on the sheet of paper for a diabetes analysis.
- Students take lead role in restoring town symbol Updated: Sep-17-15 5:01 am
NEW PALESTINE, Indiana - The large image of an eagle on the side of the New Palestine History Museum was faded, chipped and in dire need of restoration - until a group of high school students stepped up to take on a project.
- Destruction of eagles' nest hatches concerns Updated: Sep-10-15 5:23 pm
GREENFIELD, Indiana - A pair of bald eagles that had called Greenfield home for several years lost their nest when powerful storms whipped through the county during the weekend.
- Pets in school help teach lessons of responsibility Updated: Sep-09-15 5:01 am
GREENFIELD, Indiana - On a recent afternoon, students in Lynn Hartley's fourth-grade class were given a special assignment: Describe Flapjack.