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St. Louis Students Visit Statehouse

April 28, 2016
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St. Louis Students Visit Statehouse

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Students from the St. Louis School visited the Statehouse Monday, April 25. Fifth graders from April Baxter and Beth Emsweller’s classes toured the Statehouse and learned about the executive, legislative and judicial branches of state government.

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Greensburg’s Meyer Going Back to MLB

April 28, 2016
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Greensburg’s Meyer Going Back to MLB

MINNEAPOLIS, Min. — Greensburg graduate Alex Meyer is heading back to the major leagues. The Minnesota Twins will recall Meyer from Triple-A Rochester, according to team sources. The 2008 Greensburg grad made his Major League Baseball debut in 2015 and pitched against the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park last June. It’s been...

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Franklin County FFA Participates in CDE Contests

April 28, 2016
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Franklin County FFA Participates in CDE Contests

The Franklin County FFA Horse and Pony team competed in the Area 7 Horse and Pony Career Development Event on April 7th in Jay County. The team placed 4th overall and will be competing at the State Competition in Hendricks County in May! Team members include Grant Suding, Shelby Kolb, Randi Newton, and Angela...

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Kids Bring Drug Paraphernalia to School

April 28, 2016
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Kids Bring Drug Paraphernalia to School

COLUMBUS, Ind. — A mother in Bartholomew County was arrested after her three boys brought drug paraphernalia to school with them. Administrators at Columbus’ Southside Elementary School called CPS when the brothers, ages 12, 11 and 9 took the items, including a plate that was reportedly covered in meth residue claiming they got them...

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Trump and Bob Knight Hold Rally in Indy

April 28, 2016
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Trump and Bob Knight Hold Rally in Indy

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Donald Trump was at the Indianapolis State Fairgrounds yesterday. And so was I-U basketball coach, Bob Knight, who called Trump “the most prepared man in history” to be president. Knight joined Trump at the rally last night just a day after Trump swept through all five GOP contests in Northeast Super...

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Single-Family Building Permits up 39%

April 28, 2016
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Single-Family Building Permits up 39%

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Single-family building permits in Indiana increased 39 percent in March over the previous month according to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. In March 2016, there were 1,255 single-family building permits issued compared to 1,069 in 2015, which is a 15...

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Audiology Office Opens

April 27, 2016
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Audiology Office Opens

Greensburg, Ind. — Southeastern Indiana hearing patients now have another option.  Help U Hear Audiology held a Greensburg Decatur County Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting this morning, at their new offices. Hearing Instrument Specialist, Austin Dunn, who formerly lived in New Point and Oldenburg, now sees patients there.  The practice is overseen by Certified Audiologist, Dr....

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Susan G Komen Announces 2016 Impact Grant Recipients

April 27, 2016
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Susan G Komen Announces 2016 Impact Grant Recipients

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Susan G. Komen Central Indiana is awarding a total of $832,677 in Community Impact Grants to 15 breast health programs in its 41-county service area. Decatur and Franklin Counties will benefit from funding provided to Rush Memorial Hospital Foundation during Komen Central Indiana’s 2016-2017 grant cycle, which began in April. Rush...

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Ag Teacher, Manufacturing Training Leader Join Ivy Tech Regional Board

April 27, 2016
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Ag Teacher, Manufacturing Training Leader Join Ivy Tech Regional Board

LAWRENCEBURG, Ind. — An agriculture teacher and a manufacturing training leader have been appointed to the Southeast Regional Board of Trustees for Ivy Tech Community College, filling vacancies created with the retirements of two long-serving board members. Amanda Briggs, the agriculture teacher and FFA Advisor at Madison Consolidated High School, and Brett Hofer, the...

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New Gubernatorial Poll Shows Pence Leading Gregg

April 27, 2016
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New Gubernatorial Poll Shows Pence Leading Gregg

INDIANA — A new poll mirrors the governor’s race from four years ago. The first true survey of this year’s race shows Governor Pence with a four-point lead over Democratic challenger John Gregg, 49-percent to 45-percent. That places the race within the poll’s margin of error of 4.3-percent and is very close to the...

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