Governor (and Vice President-elect) Mike Pence celebrated Indiana’s 200th birthday at the annual Statehood Day event at the Statehouse.
Torchbearers visited many local landmarks throughout the counties such as the T.C. Steele State Historic Site, Brown County State Park, and Rose Hill Cemetery.
Indiana University President Michael McRobbie spoke on finances, history, and the university's upcoming bicentennial.
The Bicentennial Visioning Project gathered input from a variety of state leaders.
The Indiana Statehood stamp shows a sunset over a cornfield in northern Indiana – an image Governor Mike Pence says captures the joy he feels for the state.
At Vincennes University, students and faculty have spent the week decorating their bison.
The Indiana Supreme Court held an oral argument in the state’s original courtroom in Corydon to celebrate the state's bicentennial.
Indiana's higher court vacancies are increasing the workload for current and future appointees.
The torch will be used for a relay next year that will travel more than 2,300 miles to all 92 counties.
It's Indiana's 199th birthday on Friday and Governor Pence and First Lady Karen Pence are celebrating Statehood Day with over 500 fourth grade students