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Franklin County Recruit Graduates From Law Academy Training

July 31, 2014
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Franklin County Recruit Graduates From Law Academy Training

Deputy Staat was asked about the most challenging part of the Basic Training Course. He explained getting...

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Coats Addresses Rising Health Costs On Senate Floor

July 31, 2014
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Coats Addresses Rising Health Costs On Senate Floor

“These double digit increases are just one of the shocking realities of the impact of Obamacare in Indiana.”

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Overnight Crash Claims Greensburg Man

July 30, 2014
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Overnight Crash Claims Greensburg Man

A Decatur County man was killed in a two vehicle accident at the intersection of State Highway 421 and S.R. 3 early Wednesday morning...

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Deaths Of Pets Shine Light On New Animal Laws

July 30, 2014
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Deaths Of Pets Shine Light On New Animal Laws

A local family is mourning the loss of two of their pets while community members hope to put an end to animal cruelty...

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Road Construction Planned For I-74

July 30, 2014
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Road Construction Planned For I-74

Drivers will soon see more construction signs and orange barrels on I-74. A $1.2 million Indiana Department of...

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Hillenbrand Forms Partnership With Organic Produce Company

July 30, 2014
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Hillenbrand Forms Partnership With Organic Produce Company

On Tuesday, Green BEAN Delivery kicked off the new partnership by providing two educational seminars to employees about the importance of...

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Margaret Mary named a Top 100 Great Community Hospital  

July 30, 2014
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Margaret Mary named a Top 100 Great Community Hospital   

“We are proud of this award, but what makes us most proud is having the opportunity to be part of such an impressive community,” said Tim Putnam, hospital president and CEO. “What makes our hospital great are the...

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Sheriff Buys Pork From Ripley Co. Auction

July 30, 2014
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Sheriff Buys Pork From Ripley Co. Auction

“We wanted to help the 4H members, local farmers and taxpayers,” Sheriff Stratton said. “It saves the sheriff’s office money and keeps money in the county."

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Survey: Diagnoses Of Cancer, Asthma, Diabetes Rising

July 30, 2014
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Survey: Diagnoses Of Cancer, Asthma, Diabetes Rising

Numbers of Tri-State residents who have ever been told they have asthma, diabetes, and cancer are rising, according to a newly released...

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Police: Man Schemed $4,700 From Greendale Gas Station

July 29, 2014
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Police: Man Schemed $4,700 From Greendale Gas Station

Investigators say a man tricked a gas station employee out of $4,700 in Greendale Monday. Authorities are saying an employee at Ameristop...

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