Parents can file religious or medical exemptions, which the school does recognize.
City council members asked Geoff Hirson what the city stands to gain in this business deal and whether it is viable.
Mayor Bennett gives us an update on the Powerdyne controversy and whether a new contract is complete.
An audit showed the Department of Redevelopment, not the mayor's office, did not appropriately allocate funds.
Terre Haute's contract with a company that promised to convert its sewage sludge to diesel has sparked controversy.
Mayor Bennett talks about the some of the goals he hopes to accomplish in 2015.
Mayor Duke Bennett factored an expected $3 million in last years budget, and without it, the city's finances remain in the red.
A California-based company was supposed to pay Terre Haute $3 million by the end of December.
A 2015 forecast for the economies in Bloomington, Columbus and Terre Haute remain hopeful.
The California based company plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to have the plant open in two years.