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IU Student Arrested at Reds Game

April 25, 2016
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IU Student Arrested at Reds Game

CINCINNATI, Oh. — An IU-Bloomington student was arrested Thursday after he ran onto the field of a Reds game against the Cubs in Cincinnati. 22-year-old Dylan Cressy ran onto the field and briefly celebrated with members of the Cubs following pitcher Jake Arrieta’s no-hitter. An officer took him away quickly after and he was...

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Kasich Suspends Campaign in Indiana

April 25, 2016
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Kasich Suspends Campaign in Indiana

INDIANA — In an effort to block Donald Trump from getting the Republican nomination for President, Ohio Governor John Kasich is suspending his Presidential campaign in Indiana, thereby allowing Ted Cruz to be the alternative choice in the Hoosier state. According to a source close to the campaign, in exchange for suspending the Indiana...

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Cruz Again Visits Indiana

April 25, 2016
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Cruz Again Visits Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Ted Cruz has made multiple trip is a few days to the Hoosier State. Cruz was in Plainfield and Lebanon asking for votes. He also challenged front runner Donald Trump to an Indiana debate. No word on whether Trump will accept.

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Indiana Has Higher Than Average Number of Incarcerated Parents

April 25, 2016
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Indiana Has Higher Than Average Number of Incarcerated Parents

INDIANAPOLIS – There are 177,000 kids in Indiana who have or have had a parent in jail or prison. That equals 11 percent, while the national average is seven percent. A new report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation takes a look at the impact that’s having on children. Scot Spencer, associate director of...

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Indiana Announces Elementary Robotics Program

April 25, 2016
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Indiana Announces Elementary Robotics Program

Elementary schools throughout Indiana will get a chance to win free robotics kits for afterschool programs. Governor Mike Pence and the Indiana Department of Workforce Development announced the program is a partnership with NASA, TechPoint Foundation for Youth and other entities. The governor’s office said Friday that 400 schools will be picked to participate...

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Plus-Size Women’s Boutique Opens

April 22, 2016
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GREENSBURG, Ind. — Tower Tree Square is home to a new clothing boutique for plus-size women.  Panache Boutique –offering sizes starting at 12– recently opened its doors on Main Street The Greensburg Decatur County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting there earlier this afternoon.  At the shears was proprietor, Mandy Poling Rivera, who...

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Legendary Blues Guitarist with Southern Indiana Roots has Died

April 22, 2016
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Legendary Blues Guitarist with Southern Indiana Roots has Died

Blues guitar great Lonnie Mack, has died at age 74. The guitarist born in West Harrison first hit the charts in 1963, influenced by T-Bone Walker and Merle Travis. He was noted as an influence on Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page, among others. One of his standout moments here was The Great American Guitar...

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Senior Citizen Expo Grand Prize Winner

April 22, 2016
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Senior Citizen Expo Grand Prize Winner

BATESVILLE, Ind. — The Senior Citizen Expo was held on Wednesday at the Batesville Knights of Columbus Hall. It was one of the largest crowds ever with over 300 people in attendance. There were around 50 vendors and booths, all giving advice and tips for Senior Citizens. There were numerous prizes that were given...

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Prescription Drug Take Back Initiative

April 22, 2016
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Prescription Drug Take Back Initiative

STATEWIDE — Next Saturday, April 30, the DEA is sponsoring the 11th nationwide “Prescription Drug Take Back” initiative. Their goal is to prevent drug abuse and theft through proper disposal of prescription drugs. Collection sites will be set up across the state for expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs which will be properly disposed...

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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
    7:00 am Community Yard Sale & Flea Market @ St. Peter's Community Building
    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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