COLUMBIA CITY — Local orthopedic company Kyocera SGS Precision Tools recently announced plans to purchase new manufacturing equipment to improve capabilities and upskill the labor force.

INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers got a taste of summer over Memorial Day weekend, but state officials are warning that people shouldn’t get complacent and forget about taking safety precautions.

FORT WAYNE — Fort Wayne city employees will have to wait until at least May 26 to find out if they qualify for hazard pay while working through the COVID-19 pandemic. City Council members voted unanimously May 12 to table a resolution that, if passed, could grant some city employees an addit…

FORT WAYNE — Fort Wayne city employees will have to wait until at least May 26 to find out if they qualify for hazard pay while working through the COVID-19 pandemic. City Council members voted unanimously May 12 to table a resolution that, if passed, could grant some city employees an addit…

CHURUBUSCO — In a teleconference last week with first responders, a regional official told U.S. Rep. Jim Banks, R-3rd, that some departments in his congressional district were short of personal protective equipment such as masks needed to deal with the coronavirus.

We’re working on organizing closets, cleaning out neglected corners, and getting things in order before the baby comes. I’m enjoying every bit of it. You know organizing is a hobby of mine but there are, unfortunately, no brag stories of keeping everything that way.

One of the most arduous jobs in America these days is being a governor of one of 50 states. The Trump administration has essentially kicked the response to the coronavirus pandemic to the states, and so Gov. Eric Holcomb and his 49 cohorts have had to make unprecedented decisions that have i…

WHITLEY COUNTY — Whitley County Council At-Large candidates participated in the following Q&A leading up to the June 2 primary election. Candidates include James Argerbright, Thor Hodges, Adam Hurley, Frank Johnson, Chad Nix, Kelley Sheiss, Damien Stafford and Joan Western.

INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers got a taste of summer over Memorial Day weekend, but state officials are warning that people shouldn’t get complacent and forget about taking safety precautions.