Spine-tingling tales of supernatural encounters and horrifying haunts go hand-in-hand with Halloween. With spooky season in mind, Big Seven Travel recently released its list of the most haunted places in each of the 50 states.
The start of Big Ten football this weekend could also have a significant financial impact in states throughout the Midwest where sports gambling is legal.
BLOOMINGTON – The game within the game of Saturday’s matchup between Indiana and No. 8 Penn State could come down to a pair of new offensive coordinators.
On this week's edition of the Gridiron Show with Ron Poniewasz Jr. and Luxenberg Garbett Kelly George, P.C.'s Larry Kelly talk about the playoff situation in Class 2A and highlight our athlete of the week, Union's Anthony Nealy.
George Bremer and Bill Burt debate the top teams in the AFC and NFC; Kevin Brockway and Elton Hayes prep for the opening of Big Ten football season; and Clay Horning riffs on the ways the Rays play baseball.
As Big Ten football returns this weekend, there is a mix of joy, anxiety and hope teams throughout the league can pull off a nine-game, nine-week schedule without interruption.
INDIANAPOLIS – Perhaps the best news the Indianapolis Colts received heading into their bye week was this: Left tackle Anthony Castonzo is feeling good again.
The Indiana Pacers went with an under-the-radar coach with ties to a championship organization, naming Toronto Raptors assistant Nate Bjorkgren as their new head coach Tuesday.
A week punctuated in Indianapolis by the sounding of alarms over the decline of quarterback Philip Rivers will be capped by a visit from one of the best young quarterbacks in the league.
BLOOMINGTON — Indiana redshirt sophomore kicker Charles Campbell remembered the conditions. Driving rainstorm. Wind right to left, slightly at his back, on a cold, November day.
George Bremer and Bill Burt discuss COVID-19 and rookie quarterbacks in the NFL, Kevin Brockway updates us on college basketball and Clay Horning gives his take on the great debate: Michael Jordan or LeBron James?
BLOOMINGTON – Indiana sophomore forward Trayce Jackson-Davis relayed a story that reflects a different commitment from the Hoosiers heading into an uncertain 2020-21 men’s basketball season.
INDIANAPOLIS — Philip Rivers remains the focal point for criticism as the Indianapolis Colts deal with the end of a three-game winning streak this week.
The Lebanon grandmother who pleaded guilty to extensively burning her young granddaughter for peeing on the couch was sentenced in Boone Circuit Court to serve 16 years. Gretta Feil or Wilburn, 50, will spend 12 years in prison and four years on probation on two felony counts of aggravated battery.
BLOOMINGTON – Indiana football coach Tom Allen said the offense was ahead of the defense in its second intrasquad scrimmage Saturday, but all three phases still need improvement before IU’s season opener Oct. 24 at Memorial Stadium against No. 9 Penn State (3:30 p.m., FS1).
In this week's episode, George Bremer and Bill Burt talk about COVID-19 drama unfolding in the NFL, Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway discuss the Big Ten's upcoming start to football season and Clay Horning goes in-depth on the Heat's Jimmy Butler.
INDIANAPOLIS – Frank Reich estimates the Indianapolis Colts left about 50 rushing yards on the field last week against the Chicago Bears.
BLOOMINGTON — Sampson James spent a brief stint this spring in the NCAA transfer portal, which would have ended the running back’s Indiana football career at one season, two starts and 81 carries.
BLOOMINGTON — Part of what makes college football fun is debate. With teams spread across the county, unable to play each other on a regular basis, gauging the best teams in the country can be a tireless and often thankless endeavor.
Philip Rivers felt like he was a kid again playing with his buddies in the backyard. Jonathan Taylor had flashbacks to college and the smashmouth battles in the Big Ten. And the Indianapolis Colts defense brought back memories of the legendary “Monsters of the Midway” in the stadium they called home.
BLOOMINGTON – Indiana suffered another blow to its secondary Friday when it was revealed senior defensive back Raheem Layne suffered an undisclosed injury that could sideline him for half the season.
George Bremer and Bill Burt talk about the Chiefs' dominance after KC walloped the Ravens; Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway debate whether Big Ten teams should have been included in polls; and Clay Horning muses on the NBA Finals and whether the Heat can pull off an upset of the Lakers.
This Week's Circulars
11 a.m., memorial service at Dudley Memorial in Bluefield, Va.
11 a.m., at Mercer Funeral Home in Bluefield. Burial will follow at Monte Vista Park Cemetery.
11 a.m., at Frost Funeral Home in Abingdon, Va. Committal service will follow at 2 p.m. at Grandview Memory Gardens, Bluefield, Va.
1 p.m., at the Burns Wornal Chapel of the Memorial Funeral Directory in Princeton.
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- Mercer County Grand Jury returns October indictments
- Nursing home where 24 died of COVID-19 closing to the public again
- Mercer County reports 105 new COVID-19 cases in record seven-day surge
- Three employees test positive for COVID-19 at the Mercer County Sheriff's Department
- Largest seven-day surge of COVID-19 positive infections recorded locally
- Mercer County Schools moving to 100 percent remote learning due to uptick in COVID-19 cases
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