June 6-7 is Free Fishing Weekend for Indiana residents, who will not need a license to fish public Hoosier waters on those days.

Beginning June 3, SNAP recipients in Indiana may use their Hoosier Works EBT cards to purchase groceries online for pickup or delivery at two approved retailers – Amazon and Walmart. SNAP participants are automatically eligible to participate in this program and do not need to apply.

The coronavirus did not stop Grant County residents from exercising their right to vote Tuesday, but it bring about changes compared to past elections.


After visiting 26 of the 32 polling locations across Grant County, skipping his lunch and starting his his day at 4:30 a.m. on Primary Election Day, Jason McVicker ended his day victorious.

Grant County turnout for the primary election was down more than 10 percent compared to the 2016 primary, according to unofficial results from Grant County Voter Registration.


Protestors laid on the ground in front of the Grant County Courthouse with their hands behind their backs for 8 minutes and 46 seconds, the amount of time that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kept his knee on George Floyd's neck before he died.

An article in the May 30, 2020 edition of the Chronicle-Tribune about accomplishments at Marion High School contained an error. The story said Tristan Galeon was the only Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship winner, but there were actually two winners from Grant County. Lauren Belcher, from…

Even with the Indiana economy continuing to gradually reopen, government officials are expecting the COVID-19 shutdown to lead to reductions in tax revenues over the coming years. 

United Way of Grant County has announced the request for funding proposals is now open for the COVID-19 Economic Relief Initiative (ERI). The ERI has been made possible through a partnership between Lilly Endowment, Inc. and Indiana United Ways. These special funds will be used to boost the …

Editor’s note: This story uses the singular pronouns “they” and “them” when referring to a single individual to protect the identity of the victims.

The Oak Hill school board officially hired Chad Cripe to be the new superintendent of the school corporation at its regular meeting last Wednesday.

INDIANAPOLIS — Friday, Gov. Eric J. Holcomb announced several new economic recovery initiatives designed to bolster critical relief efforts while encouraging long-term planning and investments to stimulate Indiana’s economy well into the future. Through these initiatives, the state will allo…

Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) issued a warning to its customers this week to beware of scams related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Republican Andrew Bales is seeking the open Fifth District seat being vacated by Rep. Susan Brooks (R) in the June 2 primary.

Matthew Hullinger is seeking the GOP nomination for Indiana’s Fifth Congressional District in the June 2 primary.


When schools closed, Alyse Fred, a nurse at Marion General Hospital (MGH), was left without a consistent place for her two sons to go while she was at work.

Marion’s Quilters Hall of Fame is one of 74 organizations that have received a CARES Grant from Indiana Humanities to help with funding relief due to COVID-19. It will receive a $5,000 grant.

Dr. Chuck Dietzen is seeking to succeed retiring Rep. Susan Brooks (R) as Indiana’s Fifth District representative in Congress.

Nurse, case manager and small business owner Beth Henderson is vying for the GOP Fifth District nomination in the June 2 primary.

After 32 years, District 18 will have a new leader in the Indiana House of Representatives following this year’s election.

Attorney Mark Small is running for the Republican nomination in Indiana’s Fifth District with a unique platform among the crowded field.


Twenty of Joan Abernathy’s family members piled into their cars and drove an hour to see her on her 90th birthday on Monday.

Incumbent Jonathan Perez is seeking his first elected term to a Grant County Council at-large seat in the June 2 primary.

State Sen. Victoria Spartz is seeking the Republican nomination for Indiana’s Fifth Congressional District in the June 2 primary.

American flags were hidden among weeds overtaking veterans’ gravesites at the Estates of Serenity cemetery on Memorial Day weekend.

District 32 has two choices in the upcoming primary election to determine the Republican Party candidate fighting for a seat in the Indiana House of Representatives.