Saturday Mar 8
Artist Spotlight: Taylor Smith
Indianapolis-based contemporary fine artist Taylor Smith's work documents her interest in sexuality, the human figure, science, nature, analogue photography.
'The Bible in American Life': King James Is Not Dead; African Americans Most Engaged
It also marked the beginning of a three-year Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis study of the Bible's place in the everyday lives of Americans.
Love Me, Fix Me
The Humane Society of Indianapolis launches a powerful new campaign to encourage responsible pet owners to get their pets fixed and save lives.
Holy Cross College receives $1 million Lilly grant
A northern Indiana college has received a $1 million grant from the Lilly Endowment to find more jobs for its graduates within the state of Indiana.
Association board elects mayor president
Seymour's Mayor Craig Luedeman was elected president of the Administrative Resources Association board of directors during its quarterly meeting Jan. 15 in Columbus.
Journal and Courier
Fellowship allows 2 TSC, 1 Twin Lakes teacher to get creative
Learning about forgiveness from Holocaust survivors. Creating custom French fashion designs.