Indiana State Parks celebrates 100 years of Interpretation in 2023 and seeks people to join in celebrating by becoming an Indiana Master Naturalist (IMN). The IMN program is an educational/volunteer program developed by Indiana Department of Natural Resources and Purdue Extension Services to…

Feb. 4: Purdue Glee Club

The city of Huntington Common Council met Tuesday evening and adopted two ordinances and heard a report about the new Central Dispatch that is located at Victory Noll.

As Indiana State Parks celebrates 100 years of Interpretation in 2023, it seeks people to join in celebrating by becoming an Indiana Master Naturalist (IMN). The IMN program is an educational/volunteer program developed by Indiana Department of Natural Resources and Purdue Extension Services…

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s air pollution permitting program is low on money, edging toward violation of the federal Clean Air Act — and a potential U.S. Environmental Protection Agency takeover. And it’s because air pollution is decreasing.

At least 200 meal tickets were sold at the door for the Saturday Building and Street naming auction, according to Todd Landrum, Huntington County Fair Board member.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) recently announced that he received an “A” rating on the Susan B. Anthony List’s new National Pro-Life Scorecard, which takes into account votes and actions for every member of Congress during the 117th Congress.

WABASH, Ind. — Honeywell Arts & Entertainment added three shows to its 2023 lineup at the Honeywell Center. Tickets went on sale Friday, Feb. 3 at 10 a.m. and will be available online at or by calling 260-563-1102 for Cheap Trick, Leonid and Friends, and Australian Pink Floyd.

INDIANAPOLIS — Two bills presented to the legislature recently by IN District 17 State Sen. Andy Zay (R-Huntington) bills passed in the senate and are moving to the state house this month crediting local constituents.

After much speculation, former Gov. Mitch Daniels announced Tuesday he will not run for a soon-to-be-open seat in Congress after sitting U.S. Sen. Mike Braun launched his own 2024 bid for governor.

Purdue University’s established Veterinary Nursing Distance Learning (VDNL) program will now be available through Huntington University as part of an agreement between Purdue and Huntington universities.

INDIANAPOLIS — Senate Bill 236, authored by Senator Andy Zay that would require individuals under age 18 seeking learner's permits to provide an emergency contact, passed in the state senate Monday and moved to the house.

The County Board of Health discussed grants, updates on lead testing and the governor’s commission at Monday night’s meeting.

The Huntington City Council is expected to bring up new business on its opioid settlement for a local partnership agreement with the city, county and Huntington Community Foundation at its 7 p.m. Tuesday, January 31 meeting.

Jan. 28: Mizpah Shrine Circus, Fair

Feb. 1: HCCSC to meet

Health care workers from across the state gathered at the Statehouse Thursday to push the General Assembly on public health funding – an ask that has repeatedly given legislators pause.

While people made snowmen on Wednesday’s snow day, school was now closed for eLearning Days Thursday and Friday.

FORT WAYNE — Indiana State Police and local law enforcement responded to five crashes resulting in one minor injury and shutting down I-69 for about two hours Wednesday afternoon.

The city of Huntington recently announced online that Huntington County is under an "orange" travel advisory as of 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023.

The Huntington Downtown Business Association received Music in the City street closures during the Huntington Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Tuesday.

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) announced it started accepting filings for the 2023 individual income tax season Monday, Jan. 23, in concert with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Customers will have until Tuesday, April 18, to file state and federal 2022 tax returns and pay taxes.

A Forage Workshop is set for Huntington. The session is at First Merchants Heritage Hall at the Huntington Co. Fairgrounds on Tuesday Jan. 31, 2023, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. (registration begins at 5:30 p.m.). Presenters are Elysia Rodgers, Purdue Extension of DeKalb County and Ed Farris, Purdu…

If you went to the sunrise eagle viewing and Breakfast With the Raptors this weekend, you would have seen eagles fly and later three permanently injured birds of prey from the Salamonie Raptor Center where in captivity raptors can survive up to 50 years.

Jan. 25: Mobile pantry in Huntington

INDIANAPOLIS — Republican lawmakers – along with Democrats and clean energy advocates – want Indiana to figure out solar and wind energy equipment decommissioning and disposal before the hazardous waste involved becomes a large-scale problem.

Jan. 21: Elvis Tribute at Honeywell

A $10 M grant from Lilly Endowment Inc., will help greatly expand Indiana Landmarks’ Sacred Places Indiana program, according to a press release from Indiana Landmarks. The money is expected to expand work to preserve historic churches and support congregations.

Many items on the Huntington County Council’s next meeting agenda include appropriating grants that county departments received after the 2023 budget approval, according to Huntington County Auditor Jil Landrum.

WABASH — Honeywell Arts and Entertainment recently announced several shows and concerts to its 2023 lineup at the Honeywell Center and Eagles Theatre.

Regan receives Alumni Award

Indiana Senate Republicans want to see if the state can ditch its individual income tax, and one influential economic policy group thinks the change couldn’t come sooner. For another, it’s a matter of how the state replaces the revenue source.

School District to meet Monday

COLUMBIA CITY — Conservative Republican U.S. Congressman Jim Banks, representing the third district of Indiana in the U.S. Congress, recently announced his campaign to represent Indiana in the United States Senate.