Tilly Marlatt is a multimedia journalist and producer for WTHI-TV in Terre Haute.
She graduated from DePauw University in May 2019 with a degree in English Writing. During her time at DePauw, she anchored for D3TV, the student TV station, produced for 91.5 WGRE-FM, and captured photos for the university newspaper, The DePauw.
She produced a documentary during her senior year exploring the local food movement on campus.
Tilly has previously interned at News 21 based at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, the Zionsville Times Sentinel, the Bob and Tom Radio Show, and Radio One Indianapolis.
Her work has received recognition from the Hoosier State Press Association and the Society of Professional Journalists.
Tilly is a lifelong Hoosier. She grew up on a farm near Attica, Indiana. When she’s not telling stories, you may find her capturing photos, running or hiking at a state park.
Tilly is looking forward to telling stories in the Wabash Valley. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter at @Tilly_WTHI.
All 31 tombstones are back in place.
Silver Birch works with a program called Veterans Financial to make this possible.
This is part of the Career and Technical Education Program within the school corporation. Students work together to build a home from start to finish. The program is composed of juniors and seniors from North, South and West Vigo High Schools.
The street was shut down on Wednesday from Indiana Avenue to Fehon Street.
The legal weight limit for a semi in Indiana is 80,000- pounds, with the exception of agriculture and steel commodities. Indiana State Sen. Jon Ford wants to see masonry products added to the list.
Bethesda Gardens is hosting a fish fry on Sept. 13 from 5 to 7 p.m. to raise money for the Honey Creek Fire Department.
The YMCA of the Wabash Valley is offering a special opportunity for kids this weekend.
100 Women Who Care presented a check of $14,000 to CODA on Wednesday.
Sullivan residents can look forward to upgrades to the current city pool and a new splash pad.
The City of Sullivan partners with homeowners to replace old sidewalks. The only expense to homeowners is the cost of the material.