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SR 244 at Milroy to Close Starting Monday

May 6, 2016
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SR 244 at Milroy to Close Starting Monday

MILROY, Ind. — Contractors for the Indiana Department of Transportation plan to close State Road 244 west of Milroy on or after Monday, May 9 for up to 60 days to replace a box culvert channeling Little Hurricane Creek under the highway. A signed detour will direct state road traffic around construction via Interstate 74...

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State Fire Investigators Thank Public for Helping Find Criminals

May 6, 2016
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State Fire Investigators Thank Public for Helping Find Criminals

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and the Indiana State Fire Marshal welcome the public’s help in providing information related to fire investigations throughout the state. May 1-7 is Arson Awareness Week in Indiana, and Indiana Department of Homeland Security is reminding all Hoosiers that any additional information from citizens can help expedite cases...

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Get Children to Put Down Electronics This Week

May 6, 2016
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Get Children to Put Down Electronics This Week

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — With all the smartphones, tablets, computers and video games around, it’s easy to forget that there is life beyond a screen. It’s Screen-Free Week, a time to rediscover some of the joys of being unplugged. Josh Golin, executive director of the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, said turning off screens can...

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Utility Work in Batesville

May 5, 2016
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Utility Work in Batesville

BATESVILLE, Ind. — Duke Energy is doing maintenance on a pole at Mulberry and George Street. Mulberry will be closed from Pearl to George until approx 2 PM Thursday.

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Academic Team’s Regional Super Bowl Results

May 5, 2016
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Academic Team’s Regional Super Bowl Results

Batesville High School’s academic teams will be going to the state competition Saturday (May 7) after hosting the 2016 Regional Indiana Academic Super Bowl Senior Division on Tuesday, April 19, in the Batesville Middle School gym. The team’s 6 squads, English, Science, Fine Arts, Social Studies, Math, and Interdisciplinary, competed against 4 other Class...

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Dearborn County Hospital Names New CEO

May 5, 2016
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Dearborn County Hospital Names New CEO

The Board of Trustees of Dearborn County Hospital announced today that Michael Schwebler, has been selected as the hospital’s next President/CEO. Mr. Schwebler will assume the hospital’s top leadership role in early June, following the retirement of Roger D. Howard. A 39 year employee of DCH, Mr. Howard has served as the hospital’s President/CEO...

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Bovine TB Case Traced to Indiana Farm

May 5, 2016
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Bovine TB Case Traced to Indiana Farm

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Staff of the Indiana State Board of Animal Health is investigating a case of bovine tuberculosis in a beef cattle herd in Southeastern Indiana. The TB-positive cattle were identified through routine inspection at a meat processing facility in Pennsylvania. Board Of Animal Health veterinarians are in the process of conducting a...

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ISP to Participate in Click It or Ticket Campaign

May 5, 2016
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ISP to Participate in Click It or Ticket Campaign

STATEWIDE — May 6th thru 30th, Indiana State Police Troopers throughout the state will join officers from more than 250 state and local agencies in Indiana, as well as thousands more across the nation, in the federally funded Click It or Ticket campaign. This campaign also includes the Memorial Day holiday weekend and the...

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Indiana Kids’ Election Opens Registration for Teachers

May 5, 2016
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Indiana Kids’ Election Opens Registration for Teachers

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — On November 8, students across Indiana will elect their own governor, president and senator in a show of active citizenship through Indiana Kids’ Election, an award-winning mock election program. Sponsored by the Indiana State Bar Association, Indiana Secretary of State and the Indiana Department of Education, Indiana Kids’ Election announced that...

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Parents: Try Therapy Before ADHD Medication

May 5, 2016
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Parents: Try Therapy Before ADHD Medication

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is urging parents of preschoolers with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to try behavior therapy first before trying drugs. The CDC also is asking insurance companies to cover the cost of treatment. Dr. Anne Schuchat, CDC’s principal deputy director, says long-term effects of drugs such...

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