INDIANAPOLIS — Efforts to advance state legislation that would restrict employer COVID-19 vaccine mandates have taken another unusual turn as Republican leaders scheduled a House committee hearing on the bill for later this month, more than two weeks before the formal legislative session kicks off.
SEYMOUR — A 32-year-old man with ties to Seymour, but living in Paraguay was among three Americans who died in the crash of a private plane on Friday.
QMIX 107.3 FM presented Christmas Musical Fireworks at a free show at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Cera Sports Park and Campground, which was a new venue for the annual event.
The Columbus Parks and Recreation Department’s annual Christmas Village attracted about 700 people at The Commons on Saturday, a prequel to the Festival of Lights parade downtown.
The Indiana Senate is now accepting applications for the 2022 Senate Page Program.
A Columbus subdivision is moving forward with $2.26 million in improvements for its final section.
Ivy Tech Community College will make available transcripts of all students regardless of whether the student owes a balance to the college. Withholding transcripts is a common way for many higher education institutions to incentivize students to pay their debts. However the practice makes it difficult for students to transfer and continue their education.
Restaurants are continuing to respond to the challenges of serving customers amid a pandemic, but some owners have changed course, and others have decided to close their doors.
Duke Energy Indiana will have more than $330,000 in financial assistance to customers who are struggling to pay their electric bills this winter.