The largest Fortune 500 company in southern Indiana announced Tuesday it was cutting jobs as a result of declining sales.
Bartholomew County’s moratorium on CAFOs expired in August, but the issue of zoning has yet to be resolved.
The Hoosiers are at a 4-0 start to the season — the first time since 1990 — as they head into their first game against a Big Ten Conference opponent.
Another Indiana city could approve civil rights protections for the LGBT community this evening.
Two teens who would have been sophomores at the school died as a result of suicide last month.
Veterans and those over the age of 40 would also be considered "protected classes" under the ordinance change.
Bartholomew County commissioners hope to reach a happy ending for all sides of the CAFO ordinance, but it proves difficult.
The target completion date for the project is September 2016.
The Columbus City Council will consider an ordinance that gives protected status to members of the LGBT community and those ages 40 and older.
Right now there is an eight-room emergency housing facility in Columbus, and during the winter agencies often have to place homeless people in hotel rooms.