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Jennings County High School Student Recognized at Jobs for America’s Graduates State Final

March 14, 2016
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Jennings County High School Student Recognized at Jobs for America’s Graduates State Final

The conference enabled students to demonstrate their employability skills in nine categories...

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Applications Available for medical Academy

March 14, 2016
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Applications Available for medical Academy

This is a summer program for motivated and academically...

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ACLU: Indiana Could Lose More Money Over LGBT Issue

March 14, 2016
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ACLU: Indiana Could Lose More Money Over LGBT Issue

Last year the state passed a religious freedom bill...

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Pirates And Chargers Fall In Regional Opener

March 12, 2016
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Pirates And Chargers Fall In Regional Opener

The Greensburg Pirates and The North Decatur Chargers Boys Basketball seasons have ended with opening round Regional defeats. The Pirates were defeated by The 3A #8 Silver Creek Dragons by the score of 52-42 at Washington while The Chargers came up short against The 2A #6 Linton-Stockton Miners 62-38 at Paoli. Greensburg ends the...

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Ric Hertel Holds 1st Annual State of the Streets Address

March 11, 2016
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Ric Hertel Holds 1st Annual State of the Streets Address

He said that in 2015 Ripley County Superior Court heard 640 criminal cases...

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East Central Athletic Hall of Fame – Class of 2016

March 11, 2016
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East Central Athletic Hall of Fame – Class of 2016

The inductees are Ron Tackett, Rod Getz, Doug Hoog, Ronna (Tackett) Burgoyne...

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Spring Forward to Safety: Change Clocks, Smoke Alarm Batteries this Weekend

March 11, 2016
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Spring Forward to Safety: Change Clocks, Smoke Alarm Batteries this Weekend

Hoosiers will be turning forward the clock this weekend for the beginning of Daylight Saving Time...

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More Than 1,300 Acres Bought in Indiana with Wildlife-Restoration Money

March 11, 2016
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More Than 1,300 Acres Bought in Indiana with Wildlife-Restoration Money

INDIANAPOLIS – Money from taxes on guns, ammunition and fishing equipment is being doled out to all 50 states to be used to help protect fishing, hunting and wildlife areas. Indiana’s share is close to $17 million. Over the past several years, said Jim Hodgson, Midwestern Division chief for the Wildlife and Sport Fish...

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Presidential Candidates Being Urged to Protect The Great Lakes

March 11, 2016
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Presidential Candidates Being Urged to Protect The Great Lakes

INDIANAPOLIS – All eyes are on the presidential candidates and what they will or won’t do for the country if elected. A coalition of business, industry and conservation groups is asking those running to protect a crucial resource in the region. The Great Lakes contain 20 percent of the world’s fresh water and provide...

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Police ID Manager, Worker in Cummins Murder-Suicide

March 10, 2016
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SEYMOUR, Ind. — Police have identified the two employees shot and killed at the Seymour Cummins Engine Plant on Thursday. The victim is Ward R. Edwards, 49, of Columbus. The suspected shooter has been identified as Qing Chen, 37, of Seymour. Investigators say Edwards’ was Chen’s direct supervisor. The men, along with a hangun,...

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