After a one-year hiatus, the Big Ten menís and womenís basketball tournaments return next week to Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Local Organizing Committee Co-Chair Phil Borst previews the community events surrounding the games.
3/7/2014 2:57:06 PM
The Indiana State Budget Agency says January revenue is below the latest forecast by $54.1 million. The agency says revenue for the first eight months of Fiscal Year 2014 is $89.5 million below target. Budget Director Brian Bailey says severe weat...
3/7/2014 2:39:12 PM
There is a new director of The Center for Economic Development and Research at the Purdue University North Central College of Business. Derek Bjonback is an associate professor of economics and spent two decades as a water planning and development...
3/7/2014 2:41:44 PM
Columbia City-based Schrader Real Estate and Auction Co. is planning to auction more than 800 acres of farmland next month in Delaware County. Recently, around 650 acres of Newton County farmland sold for $6 million.
3/7/2014 12:26:25 PM
Maryland-based GEICO has named Gary McKenzie assistant vice president of its office in Carmel. He has been sales and service director at the location since it opened last year. The insurance company is planning to employ 1,600 in central Indiana b...
3/7/2014 2:38:55 PM
The Indiana University School of Medicine has named Marion Couch chair of its Department of Otolaryngology. She currently serves as interim chair of the Department of Surgery at the University of Vermont College of Medicine.
Which came first Ė settled populations or an agrarian society? Just as with the chicken or egg, we may never know. It is clear, however, that our ability to produce and distribute food is inextricably linked to the evolution of human society. Agriculture has evolved from subsistence farms sustaining a single family to farmsteads that fed whole communities, to today's sophisticated businesses that nourish the world.