Rochester and Tippecanoe Valley high schools have named their Class of 2016 valedictorians and salutatorians.
Eli Pugh, son of Kevin and Jill Pugh, is the RHS valedictorian. He plans to study mathematics at Stanford University and participate with the triathlon team there. He is a member of National Honor Society, Key Club, student council, Peers Educating Peers, and the cross country, track and field and swim teams. He is employed at The Elks lodge and as a school lifeguard.
Yochum, the only senior on the Rochester girls tennis team, just had a feeling the Lady Zs would beat Culver Academy on Wednesday and win their first sectional title ever on Thursday even though there was evidence to suggest otherwise.
The Fulton County Council has approved the sale of a $2.9 million general obligation bond to finance capital improvement projects.
There were no public comments about the bond issue during a Tuesday public hearing at the Fulton County Office Building. A related ordinance appropriating the funds from the bond issue was adopted unanimously. The sale is slated for late May with closing in early June.
North Miami sophomore Faith White is on the cusp of doing something her brother did last year.
Go to the state finals in track.
Meanwhile, Carlee Lefebvre, who is already a state champion in softball, will look to make state in a second sport when she and White participate in the regional at Kokomo High School. Start time is 6 p.m. today.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - In a stunning triumph for a political outsider, Donald Trump all but clinched the Republican presidential nomination Tuesday with a resounding victory in Indiana that knocked rival Ted Cruz out of the race and cleared Trump's path to a likely November face-off with Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Donald Trump's relentless assault on the rules that govern how Republicans choose their nominee is coming far too late to change what even defenders acknowledge is a complicated selection system.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The two most-powerful leaders of the Indiana Senate are working to fend off Republican primary challengers who have criticized their handling of contentious issues in the GOP-dominated General Assembly.