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About: terre haute, indiana

The name Terre Haute is French for high land because of the plateau-like area near the Wabash River. Today, the city is the location of the nation's federal death row. The city's famous "Four-Cornered" race track was the site of over 20 world harness racing records.

Population: 59614
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Local Colleges: Indiana State University Saint Mary of the Woods College

Zip Codes associated with terre haute, indiana: 47802 47803 47804 47805 47807
Towns/Cities near terre haute, indiana : Brazil Rosedale Riley Clinton Farmersburg Rockville

Terre Haute News
Valley legislators field questions about school safety

Tribune-Star/Joseph C. GarzaThe problems with Gary and Muncie: State Rep. Bob Heaton talks about how the Gary schools came to be in such a dire financial situation as he answers a question about the problems with the Muncie and Gary school systems on Saturday at the Vigo County Public Library. Tribune-Star/Joseph C. Garza How it came to be that bad: State Senator Jon Ford talks about the problems with the Muncie schools and Gary schools during the question and answer portion of the legislative crackerbarrel on Saturday at the Vigo County Public Library.

4 absolutely sensational quick breads and 1 a miraclea scone

Studded with walnuts or pecans, homemade banana bread is always a crowd-pleaser. But roasting the bananas and using browned butter amps up the flavor in extraordinary ways.

Foster mom hopeful bill gets signed

A local foster mom says she is optimistic Hoosier Governor Eric Holcomb will sign a bill into law establishing a foster parent's bill of rights. Area foster families gathered Friday evening for Family Fun Night.

Jackson Twp., Staunton schools gain Four Star

Jackson Township and Staunton elementary schools in Clay County are among Indiana's Four Star Schools for 2016-17, the Indiana Department of Education announced Friday. "The Four Star Schools designation is designed by the department to recognize great schools in Indiana," according to a news release.

Redistricting reform dies in Indiana House

TheStatehouseFile.com/Adrianna PitrelliGerrymandering critic: Julia Vaughn of Common Cause, right, speaks at an anti-gerrmandering rally late last year. She says gerrymandering is fundamentally unfair and opposes the death of a bill on the topic in this legislative session.

Bicentennial Celebration: West Terre Haute before it was West Terre Haute

WEST TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - Across the Wabash river a few miles outside Terre Haute lies its younger brother.

Indiana State University trustees prepare for bond sale to finance Hulman Center

Indiana State University trustees took the next step in the renovation of Hulman Center today by authorizing university officials to prepare for a bond sale to finance the project. "We will be in a market ready position in early May, and we anticipate bond ratings in April," said Diann McKee, ISU senior vice president for finance and administration.

Terre Haute school mourns first-grader

Jackson Pirtle, 7, a first-grader, died of complications after fight with the flu that morphed into more severe infections, including pneumonia. Donations for the family may sent to the school, 6701 Wabash Ave, Terre Haute, according to a Thursday evening post on the Lost Creek Elmentary PTO Facebook page.

Student charged with Snapchat school threat

Investgators say a Terre Haute North Vigo High School student is responsible for a threatening post that was spread on social media.. 18-year-old Tyler Keith was arrested Wednesday evening on a charge of Intimidation with a Deadly Weapon.

Diabetes Youth Foundation honors longtime Terre Haute artist

Terre Haute native Mike Ralston has been using his artistic talents to help children and teenagers living with diabetes for more than 10 years. This year, the 73-year-old former U.S. Penitentiary and Terre Haute wastewater treatment plant worker helped raise $9,325 to support the Diabetes Youth Foundation of Indiana's mission.

Chad Kraemer gets 9 years in child neglect cases

A Vigo County man received a 9-year sentence after pleading guilty to three counts of child neglect, one of which involved the death of a 9-year-old disabled boy. Chad Kraemer, 34, said he has used methamphetamine every other day for the last five years and admitted he has an addiction.

Renovation work completed at Drury Inn in Terre Haute

Hotel workers say these renovations are a benefit to their visitors. "Ultimately we wanted to make it as easy for the guests as possible," said Ethan Krebsbach, Drury Inn General Manager.

Rainfall causes flooding in parts of Wabash Valley

Vermillion County appears to have suffered the most from heavy rains in the Wabash Valley this week, although several areas have been affected. "We've had a lot of rain [around the state]," National Weather Service meteorologist Crystal Pettet said in a phone interview from Indianapolis.

Two Terre Haute projects receive historic preservation tax credits

Two preservation projects in Terre Haute were among 17 statewide to receive Rental Housing Tax Credits through the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority. The state allocates the funding from an IRS low-income housing program.

Hearing for accused police impersonator set for March 15

A Terre Haute man accused of impersonating a police officer and claiming to be a government agent is being evaluated at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Danville, Illinois. As a result, an initial court appearance that had been set for Thursday for Justin Hefner has been continued until March 15 at 10 a.m. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for that time to determine if there is sufficient evidence for trial.

Mayor: City successfully redivides 'pie of property taxes'

Mayor Duke Bennett's administration took advantage of a 10-day window to make changes in the 2018 budget approved last fall by the City Council. The move averted a possible $2.2 million general fund cut that had been recommended by a state oversight agency.

10 Things to Know for Thursday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today, Feb. 22. Some of the high school students who traveled to Florida's state capital for protests after last week's mass shooting commit what may have been their young movement's first act of civil disobedience. In the aftermath of the latest mass school shooting, President Trump suggests arming teachers - and lawmakers in several states are wrestling with the idea.

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