Despite leading one of Bartholomew County’s larger local churches, the Rev. Mark Teike may be known as well or better beyond St. Peter’s Lutheran Church as he is at one of the city’s oldest congregations.
WASHINGTON — A divided Congress gave final approval Friday to Democrats’ flagship climate and health care bill, handing President Joe Biden a back-from-the-dead triumph on coveted priorities that the party hopes will bolster their prospects for keeping their hold on Congress in November’s elections.
A new candidate has filed to run for the Bartholomew Consolidated School Corp. school board.
Columbus residents shared accolades and respect for long-time Columbus businessman Frank Anderson, who died at the age of 77.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana and Purdue universities are revamping the 52-year relationship that is IUPUI and rebranding the urban campus as Indiana University Indianapolis, a move intended to end confusion and drive growth in enrollment, research and prestige.
Taylor Road has reopened and the approximately $5 million project is finished, pending final checks.
Four new Columbus police officers were sworn in by Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop during the Board of Public Works meeting Tuesday at Columbus City Hall.