Work stopped last year after 70 percent of the wood obtained for the project was rejected because it didn't meet national historic preservation standards.
As the number of HIV cases increases, the debate over how to quell the outbreak continues.
The Jackson County Board of Zoning Appeals is allowing Kyle Broshears to move forward in creating a 4,000-hog feeding operation.
Johnson County is turning yard waste into compost, which will be then turned into mulch for county residents.
The exhibit will include 40 paintings, including paintings and family portraits created by the late Marilyn Mellencamp.
Instead of individual food recipients being asked to pray before receiving aid, they are now asked afterwards if they would like to pray.
Jackson County Community Provisions has been out of compliance with TEFAP regulations because volunteers invite those receiving aid to pray.
Conservation officials are offering a reward for information about the person who shot and killed the whooping crane in Jackson County.
Record rainfall and flooding in Indiana continue to prevent farmers from planting their crops.
After being closed to vehicular traffic almost forty years ago, a Jackson County landmark is now undergoing a major restoration.