Good yield: Ervin Buse, who helps Terry Hayhurst harvest in the Fall, remarks on how well one field of soybeans grew while driving a combine on Friday afternoon at Hayhurst’s farm in southwest Vigo County. Staff photo by Austen Leake
MORGAN COUNTY — The past 20 years have seen a rapid decline in the number of hunting licenses being sold in the state of Indiana. It’s a reap-what-you-sow equation where hunters pay for a license, and that money helps provide spaces and resources that allow them to continue hunting safely and effectively.
INDIANAPOLIS—When e-cigarettes first hit the market, manufacturers sold them as a cleaner, safer alternative to combustible cigarettes. They targeted current smokers, touting vape as a good way to quit.
The Butler University Board of Trustees unanimously voted to extend the contract of President James M. Danko through August 2024. The extension was announced to the University community today by Board Chair Jatinder-Bir “Jay” Sandhu ’87.