The proposed project for the West Lafayette campus will include space for large-animal surgery.
The wear and tear on Daviess County roads isn’t caused by Mother Nature – it's the result of horses.
Daviess County has more gravel roads than any other Indiana county, but the newly paved roads quickly suffer damage from the impact of steel horseshoes.
Northern Indiana's Culver Academies is saddling up its horse troop for President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration parade.
Orange County is home to about 300 Amish families who use horses and buggies to get around.
Daviess County officials say the rocks used in county roads are getting stuck in the horses' hoofs, which can cause the animal to become lame.
The Putnamville Correctional Facility will host an open house at the prison’s inmate-run horse farm on Friday.
The area is a major economic artery with Amish buggies and all types of motorized transportation sharing the road, with sometimes disastrous results.