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Skyline in St. Leon is officially open

July 21, 2015
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Skyline in St. Leon is officially open

Coney and 3-way lovers now have more options on where to get their Skyline fill...

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State cuts funding to Greensburg schools

July 17, 2015
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State cuts funding to Greensburg schools

Greensburg Community Schools will be receiving less state funding for next school year...

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Tyson Fund accepting grant applications

July 9, 2015
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Tyson Fund accepting grant applications

Versailles Tyson Fund is now accepting grant applications for the 2015 grants...

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Farmers applying for loans offered another opportunity

June 10, 2015
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Farmers applying for loans offered another opportunity

The USDA Farm Service Agency announced that producers who apply for FSA farm loans also will be offered the opportunity to enroll in new disaster los protections created by the 2014 Farm Bill.

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Research Finds Higher Minimum Wage Not a Job Killer

June 10, 2015
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Research Finds Higher Minimum Wage Not a Job Killer

As debate continues over raising Indiana's minimum wage, new economic research suggests a higher wage is unlikely to hurt employment...

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Qualifying Results for the 99th Indy 500

May 17, 2015
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Qualifying Results for the 99th Indy 500

Scott Dixon walks away with P1 for the 99th Indy 500. It is significant to keep in mind that the last time Scott Dixon won the pole for the 500, he also won the race. When asked what he thought of his first lap speed, Dixon said, “I was definitely a little shocked with...

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Fast Friday news from IMS

May 15, 2015
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Fast Friday news from IMS

Fast Friday didn’t turn out to be as fast as fans would have liked. Simon Pagenaud, driving a Chevy, turned the fastest lap — at 230.698 mph. Pagenaud said, “The wind was quite difficult in Turn 2,” and “230.6 in these conditions is a really, really fast time.” The track was hot and slippery, making...

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Indiana Researcher: Food, Agriculture Jobs Needed for Growing World

May 15, 2015
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Indiana Researcher: Food, Agriculture Jobs Needed for Growing World

INDIANAPOLIS – With a growing global population comes a need for highly skilled workers to support food, agriculture and natural-resources industries, Indiana researchers say. According to an employment outlook led by Allan Goecker, assistant dean emeritus at Purdue University’s College of Agriculture, close to 58,000 new positions will open in the areas of food...

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GP of Indy Results

May 9, 2015
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GP of Indy Results

Today, Will Power started off his wish for four P1 positions for the month of May in Indianapolis. Yesterday, Power said his goal is to win the pole for the Grand Prix, win the Grand Prix, and follow that with winning the pole for the 500, and ultimately winning the 99th running of the...

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GP of Indy Fun Facts

May 9, 2015
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GP of Indy Fun Facts

Fun Facts about this race: Race starts at 3:50 p.m. The GP consists of 82 laps, which make up a total of 200 miles. The GP course is 2.439 miles with 14 turns. If rain, or other delays become a factor, the race will conclude at 6:20 p.m. The race will begin with a rolling...

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6:30 pm Very Blessed Children Preschool ... @ Versailles Baptist Church
Very Blessed Children Preschool ... @ Versailles Baptist Church
Jul 28 @ 6:30 pm
Very Blessed Children Preschool will be hosting an open house at Versailles Baptist Church on July 28 starting at 6:30 pm. This will consist of classes for children 3 or 4 years old by August 1, 2015. For more information call Josie Goldsberry at 812-756-2700.
Jul
30
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5:30 pm Hope CANCER SUPPORT GROUP @ United Methodist Church
Hope CANCER SUPPORT GROUP @ United Methodist Church
Jul 30 @ 5:30 pm
The Batesville United Methodist Church, in partnership with Margaret Mary Health, will soon be offering a cancer support group whose goal is to ensure access to valuable community resources to those living with cancer. The group will also provide hope, encouragement, education and sanctuary. HOPE will meet on the last Thursday of each month at 5:30 PM at the Batesville United Methodist Church and will feature a guest speaker, time for topic discussion and fellowship. The Batesville community and beyond are invited to attend! The first session is scheduled for Thursday, June 26 and will feature a discussion around the emotional rollercoaster of cancer and the fear of recurrence. For a complete list of monthly topics or for more information, contact Kari Ann Rennekamp of the Margaret Mary Outpatient and Cancer Center at 812.933.3741 or the Batesville United Methodist Church at 812.934.3137.
5:30 pm Money Matters: Becoming an Onlin... @ Batesville Memorial Public Library
Money Matters: Becoming an Onlin... @ Batesville Memorial Public Library
Jul 30 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Join representatives from each of Batesville’s local banks at the Batesville Public Library who will offer tips and personal assistance to master your online and mobile banking! Stop by any time between 5:30 and 7:30 Thursday, July 30 to learn how these online tools can help you manage your accounts, balance your budget, pay your bills, save and more! Feel free to bring your laptop, tablet or smartphone.

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