Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson announced today that she has finalized the settlement of the federal securities fraud lawsuit with the Indiana State Teachers Association (ISTA) and the National Education Association (NEA).
The Fishers Town Council has decided to postpone a vote on imposing a one percent food and beverage tax.
Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke is joining the chorus of Hoosier Republicans who are opposed to HJR-6, the marriage amendment.
Although he has been named as a possible contender to fill the spot being vacated by Dwayne Sawyer, Don Bates, Jr. is expressing little interest in the job of State Auditor.
Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz says Governor Mike Pence’s new state agency on education has been interfering with her Department and that is the reason for the recent controversy between to two parts of State government.
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by Luke Messer
While the first Thanksgiving Day feast occurred during the Pilgrims’ and Indians’ harvest celebration in the 1600s, it was President Abraham Lincoln who declared Thanksgiving Day a national holiday.
With a relationship that can be described as tense at best Indiana Governor Mike Pence and Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz took their first steps this week toward resolving their differences.