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A remembrance: Senior project helps grieving parents who have lost a newborn to have...

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A 17-year-old Columbus East High School student has chosen a senior project to help parents handle their grief during one of the worst periods of their lives.

County announces road closings

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Bartholomew County Highway Department has announced two road closings.

Truitt’s 67-year sentence upheld in murder case

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A Bartholomew County man’s 67-year sentence for his conviction of murdering his great-aunt and abusing her corpse has been upheld after the killer appealed the length of time he must serve in prison.

Local company doesn’t make finals in ‘coolest thing made in Indiana’ contest

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A local manufacturer of custom camping trailers lost its bid to win a statewide competition to be crowned the “coolest thing made in Indiana.”

County officials establish opioid settlement funds

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Bartholomew County government is preparing to receive its first installment from the $26 billion U.S. opioid settlement.

Purdue, Accenture partner on smart manufacturing

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WEST LAFAYETTE — Purdue University and Ireland-based professional services company Accenture announced a five-year partnership on Monday, with the goal of better preparing a “next-generation smart manufacturing workforce.”

Indiana Court of Appeals upholds Truitt’s 67-year prison sentence

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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A Bartholomew County man’s 67-year sentence for his conviction of murdering his great-aunt and abusing her corpse has been upheld after...

Hiker Trailer not in finals for ‘coolest thing made in Indiana’

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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A local manufacturer of custom camping trailers lost its bid to win a statewide competition to be crowned the “coolest thing...

25th Street from 500E to 650E to close Tuesday for bridge borings

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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- The Bartholomew County Highway Department said 25th Street, from County Road 500E to County Road 650E, will be closed to thru...

End of a tradition: Tower Family Christmas Tree Farm to close in mid-December

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Tucked away at the end of a half-mile gravel road just south of the Lowell Bridge, the Tower Family Christmas Tree Farm has long been known for its lush and rolling terrain on the banks of the Flatrock River.