The greenhouse staff had to remove a glass ceiling tile to allow the plant to grow through the roof. Greenhouse supervisor John Lemon says it could eventually stretch to 30 feet tall.
The report examined three criteria to determine state rankings: drug use and addiction, drug health issues and rehab, and law enforcement.
Gov. Eric Holcomb signed a bill earlier this week that voids annexation remonstrance waivers from before July 2003.
An Indiana University task force charged with overseeing conduct at campus fraternities and sororities is considering hiring third-party, licensed bartenders to serve alcohol at Greek events.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is recommending raising public college tuition and fees by no more than 1.65 percent each year until 2021.
The statehouse bloomed red as educators and advocates protested the legislature’s lack of action on better pay and benefits.
Sanders says the church letter was just the beginning of his marketing plan for the school, which also includes connecting with the local chamber of commerce and real estate agencies.
Striking is illegal for all public employees in Indiana, including teachers. But the president of Indiana’s largest teacher’s union says that doesn’t mean teachers won’t take action if needed.
Government employees whose positions were furloughed may qualify for MCCSC's free and reduced lunch program, depending on their total family income and family size.
Headmaster Dr. Stephen Shipp says Seven Oaks doesn’t believe in a one-to-one student to technology ratio. He says the grant funding won’t change that.