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Girls Area Basketball Sectional Scores (2-3)

February 3, 2016
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Girls Area Basketball Sectional Scores. Wednesday (2-3)

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Summer Camp for Children Living with Diabetes

February 3, 2016
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Summer Camp for Children Living with Diabetes

Camp John Warvel offers traditional camp activities as well as constant medical assistance for children living with diabetes. It is for children ages 7 to 15 with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Older teens with previous diabetes camp experience may participate as counselors-in-training. This year’s camp will run from June 5 to 11,...

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75% of Recruited High School Athletes Decide Which University to Play for Based on Concussion Safety Efforts

February 3, 2016
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75% of Recruited High School Athletes Decide Which University to Play for Based on Concussion Safety Efforts

i1 Biometrics, a leading sports concussion management  company that markets the Vector™ MouthGuard with ESP™ Chip Technology and Shockbox, announced today the results of a survey that found that the majority of high school athletes and their parents now take safety into serious consideration when making their decision before National Signing Day. According to...

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Filing for Indiana Primary Election Closes Friday

February 3, 2016
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Filing for Indiana Primary Election Closes Friday

Ripley County Clerk Mary Ann McCoy wishes to announce that deadline candidacy for the May Primary Election is Friday, February 5 at NOON. County offices on the ballot: Commissioner, Districts 2 and 3 Council At Large Coroner Clerk of Courts Recorder Treasurer Local offices: Town of Holton Clerk Treasurer Holton Town Council Town of...

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Help Paint the Park

February 3, 2016
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Help Paint the Park

Visitors to Versailles State Park will have several unique opportunities this year to help create community art pieces thanks to an Arts in the Parks grant received by Milan Artist Debi Black from the Indiana Arts Commission (IAC), with support from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The project is to celebrate Indiana’s...

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Attorney General Zoeller Files Lawsuit Against Out-Of-State Companies Accused of Orchestrating Tax Sale Scheme, Swindling Hoosiers Out of Millions

February 3, 2016
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Attorney General Zoeller Files Lawsuit Against Out-Of-State Companies Accused of Orchestrating Tax Sale Scheme, Swindling Hoosiers Out of Millions

Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller filed a lawsuit today against three out-of-state companies and their owners for allegedly working in concert to perpetrate a tax sale scheme in attempt to swindle struggling property owners in Allen, Johnson, Lake and Marion counties out of potentially millions of dollars. The defendants in the lawsuit include FLRC, LLC,...

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Governor Pence Joins Indiana Toll Road Concession Co. to Announce $200 Million Road Improvement Project

February 3, 2016
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Governor Pence Joins Indiana Toll Road Concession Co. to Announce $200 Million Road Improvement Project

Governor Mike Pence joined the Indiana Toll Road Concession Co. (ITRCC) to announce that the ITRCC is commencing a $200 million, two-year road improvement project on the Indiana Toll Road that is expected to create hundreds of construction jobs in northern Indiana. “In Indiana, we’ve made great progress on our standing as the Crossroads...

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More Indiana Counties Try an Alternative to Locking Kids Up

February 3, 2016
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More Indiana Counties Try an Alternative to Locking Kids Up

Indiana Supreme Court Justice Steven David calls the Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative the “greatest reform” he’s ever seen and now, one-third of Indiana’s counties are participating. The Annie E. Casey Foundation model is based on the assumption that sometimes, a young person who’s done something wrong needs to be locked up, but in other...

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Hillenbrand Completes Acquisition of Red Valve

February 3, 2016
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Hillenbrand Completes Acquisition of Red Valve

Hillenbrand, Inc. (NYSE: HI) has completed its previously announced acquisition of Red Valve Company, Inc. for a purchase price of $131.9 million in cash, including $3.3 million for related real estate. Based in Carnegie, Pa., Red Valve is a global leader in highly-engineered valves designed to operate in the harshest municipal and industrial wastewater...

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Girls Area Basketball Sectional Scores (2-2)

February 2, 2016
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Girls Area Basketball Sectional Scores  (2-2)

Girls Area Basketball Sectional Scores. Tuesday (2-2)

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Healthy Kids Day @ Southeastern Indiana YMCA
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Health Kids Day is all about building on the “WOW” factor inside every kid…whoever they are and wherever they’re from. So come to Health Kids Day for a day of creative, challenging, smart, and healthy fun and watch the “WOW” in your kid come out. FREE to the community. Health Avtivites Include Way to Grow – gardening station Budding Bookworms – art lesson in drawing for children’s books Ready! Set! Go! – obstacle course Pickleball lessons Health food taste tests Southeastern Indiana YMCA Please RSVP to 812-934-6006Share this:TweetEmailPrint
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Community Yard Sale & Flea Market @ St. Peter's Community Building
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Community Yard Sale & Flea Market at St. Peter’s Community Building 1207 East Road, Brookville, IN 47012, on Saturday, April 30 from 7:00 AM until noon. Various vendors with lots of great items! Additional spots are available for anyone who would like to set up. Tables are provided and cost is $10.00. Call Angie 812-525-6033 to reserve your space today. Proceeds from booth rental support St. Peter Church’s team for Relay for Life.Share this:TweetEmailPrint

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