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Attorney General Zoeller awards $127,000 in Grants to Fund Naloxone Kits, Training for First Responders

January 8, 2016
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Attorney General Zoeller awards $127,000 in Grants to Fund Naloxone Kits, Training for First Responders

Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller today announced recipients of his office’s newly created grant program to train and equip more first responders with naloxone, the fast-acting antidote to overdoses of prescription opioids or heroin. Zoeller is creator and co-chair of the Indiana Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Task Force, established in 2012. Zoeller awarded a...

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Vote for Area Football Players-2016 TriState Football Post Season All Star Team

January 8, 2016
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Vote for Area Football Players-2016 TriState Football Post Season All Star Team

Vote for Area Football Players-2016 TriState Football Post Season All Star Team.

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Jim Pressel elected 2016 Indiana Builders Association President

January 8, 2016
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Jim Pressel elected 2016 Indiana Builders Association President

The Indiana Builders Association (IBA) Board of Directors recently elected Jim Pressel to serve as 2016 president. He is the 64th president of the association. Pressel is the owner of Pressel Enterprises located in LaPorte, Indiana. He is a Certified Graduate Builder and has been in the construction business for 24 years. “Jim brings...

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Duke Energy to build 17-MW Solar Facility at Indiana Naval Base

January 8, 2016
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Duke Energy to build 17-MW Solar Facility at Indiana Naval Base

Duke Energy plans to add more clean, renewable energy to its generation mix with the construction of a 17-megawatt (AC) solar facility at Naval Support Activity (NSA) Crane, located 40 miles southwest of Bloomington, Ind. The company has requested a certificate of public convenience and necessity from the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. If approved,...

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Two Grants Awarded for Arts Projects at Versailles State Park for Bicentennial

January 8, 2016
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Two Grants Awarded for Arts Projects at Versailles State Park for Bicentennial

Arts in the Parks will be celebrated in Ripley County with two grants received from the Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) in their celebration of the Indiana Bicentennial, and Indiana State Parks Centennial. The Ripley County Tourism Bureau was granted funds for Art in Nature, a week of art classes, at Versailles State Park. Artist...

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Vote for EC Football Players-2016 TriState Football Post Season All Star Team

January 8, 2016
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Vote for EC Football Players-2016 TriState Football Post Season All Star Team

Here’s a chance to support some EC Football Players! Please vote for these players nominated for the TriState Post Season All-Star Team. Vote once per hour, per IP address from now through 11:59pm EDT on Friday, January 15th. The Boosters congratulate all the Nominees below! 2016 TriState Football Post Season All Star Team. Offense...

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Lawmakers Urged to Consider Hard-Working Hoosiers

January 7, 2016
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Lawmakers Urged to Consider Hard-Working Hoosiers

The Indiana state legislative session has begun, and one group is hoping lawmakers will keep hard-working Hoosiers in mind. The Indiana Institute for Working Families has released its priority list for 2016, and the group’s program manager, Jessica Fraser, said the focus needs to be on removing all the barriers that keep some Indiana...

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Indiana Prepares to Move Wind Energy Across Nation

January 7, 2016
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Indiana Prepares to Move Wind Energy Across Nation

Two of Indiana’s utility companies are going to  start putting in new power lines so they can ship energy created by wind farms across the state. NIPSCO and Pioneer will build a 100-mile line from White County to LaGrange County, then a new 65-mile route from the Indianapolis area to Reynolds, and then on...

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Leising Files for Senate Re-Election

January 7, 2016
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Leising Files for Senate Re-Election

Republican Jean Leising announced today she is seeking another term in the Indiana Senate representing District 42, which is composed of all of Rush County and portions of Decatur, Fayette, Franklin, Henry, Ripley and Shelby Counties. She filed the required paperwork with the State Senate and the Indiana Secretary of State’s office today. “As...

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