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Ziemke Earns Top Score from Indiana Chamber

May 17, 2016
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Ziemke Earns Top Score from Indiana Chamber

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — State Representative Cindy Ziemke earned a 98 percent on the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s annual Legislative Vote Analysis for her support of pro-economy, pro-jobs legislation. Ziemke’s score is based on her performance during the 2016 session of the Indiana General Assembly and her votes cast in agreement with the Indiana Chamber’s...

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Forethought Renamed to Global Atlantic

May 17, 2016
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Forethought Renamed to Global Atlantic

NEW YORK, NY ; HAMILTON, Bermuda; and BATESVILLE, Ind. — Global Atlantic Financial Group Limited announced the unification of all businesses, including Forethought, under the Global Atlantic brand. By concentrating branding efforts behind the Global Atlantic name rather than supporting multiple brands, the company seeks to accelerate stronger longterm brand recognition and simplify its...

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INDOT Begins Mowing Operations

May 17, 2016
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INDOT Begins Mowing Operations

SOUTHEAST Indiana — Indiana Department of Transportation maintenance crews will be mowing along state highway right-of-ways across in the Southeast District through the month of June. Mowing operations began this week when as many as 75 mower-rigged tractors began cutting brush and grass along U.S. highways and state roads within the area

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Pfizer Blocking Use of Drugs for Executions

May 17, 2016
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Pfizer Blocking Use of Drugs for Executions

The world’s largest pharmaceutical company is blocking the use of its drugs for executions. But it’s unclear how that will affect Indiana. Pfizer was the last FDA approved drug maker which still sold the chemicals used for lethal injection. Since 1995, that’s been the only execution method allowed by Indiana law — it would...

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Former Colts Quarterback Sentenced for DUI

May 17, 2016
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Former Colts Quarterback Sentenced for DUI

ZIONSVILLE, Ind. — Former Colts quarterback Jack Trudeau was sentenced to one-year probation after pleading guilty to driving drunk and threatening an officer. He was arrested last July in Boone County. Zionsville Police say he was almost four times the legal limit and had an open beer in the glove box.

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Environmental Groups Gearing up for Clean Power Plan Challenge

May 17, 2016
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Environmental Groups Gearing up for Clean Power Plan Challenge

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A few weeks from now, environmental groups will be going up against the coal industry in the U.S. District Court in Washington over President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan, which placed the first ever limits on heat trapping carbon dioxide pollution from power plants. The U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily halted...

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Crash Sends 3 to Hospital

May 16, 2016
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Crash Sends 3 to Hospital

BATESVILLE, Ind. — Seatbelts are being credited with saving the lives of three people following a two-vehicle rollover collision at State Road 46 and Huntersville Road in Batesville last week. Batesville Police Officer Travis Cook stated that 19-year-old Kylie Phillips of Batesville was southbound on Huntersville Road, when for unknown reasons, she failed to...

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Child Seriously Injured at Shelbyville Festival

May 16, 2016
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Child Seriously Injured at Shelbyville Festival

SHELBYVILLE, Ind. – A young boy has suffered a serious injury on a ride at a street festival in Shelbyville. The child was injured at the St. Joseph Spring Festival Friday evening. Shelbyville police say the 11-year-old boy was riding “The Zipper” ride when he apparently suffered some type of medical condition. A friend...

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Batesville HS Holds Scholastic Awards Program

May 16, 2016
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Batesville HS Holds Scholastic Awards Program

BATESVILLE, Ind. — The 57th annual Batesville High School Scholastic Awards Program was held on Wednesday, May 11. 120 students were honored for sustained academic excellence. A student must achieve a semester GPA of 3.818 or higher to earn Scholastic Awards status. 49 students earned first-year certificate status. 22 and 30 students earned second...

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    8:00 am Honorary Ceremony for Veterans @ Batesville Area
    Honorary Ceremony for Veterans @ Batesville Area
    May 30 @ 8:00 am
    VFW Post 3183 American Legion Post 271 The Honor Guard and Firing Squad will honor our deceased beterans with a brief ceremony at each of six local cemetereis. Each ceremony will consist of a brief prayer, three volleys of fire and the playing of Taps. The schedule is as follows: 8:00 AM – Holy family Cemetery (Oldenburg) 8:30 AM – Saint Anthony Cemetery (Morris) 9:00 AM – Saint Mark Cemetery 9:30 AM – Saint John Cemetery (Huntersville) 10:00 AM – Saint Louis Cemetery 10:30 AM – Methodist Cemetery This will be followed by Memorial Day observance at Liberty Park at 11:00 AM, hosted by the American Legion. An open house at the American Legion will follow the ceremony at Liberty Park. The public is cordially invited to attend any or all of these ceremonies.Share this:TweetEmailPrint
    10:00 am Memorial Day Service @ St. Paul United Methodist Church
    Memorial Day Service @ St. Paul United Methodist Church
    May 30 @ 10:00 am
    St. Paul United Methodist Church is having its annual Memorial Day Service on May 30 at 10 AM. Rev. Bill Helms is the speaker. A short business meeting will follow the service. The Sunman American Legion will have a military service at the cemetery at 11 AM. Also, the United Methodist Women are service a roast beef dinner from 11 AM to 1 PM. The menu also includes mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, green beans, various salads, and homemade pies. Freewill offering. Carry-outs at $9. The church is located 3 miles South of Sunman on Highway 101. The public is invited to each or all of the events.Share this:TweetEmailPrint
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    11:00 am Golf Classic @ Otter Creek Golf Course, Columbuc, Ind
    Golf Classic @ Otter Creek Golf Course, Columbuc, Ind
    Jun 1 @ 11:00 am
    DSI’s 31st Annual Golf Classic scramble will be held at Otter Creek Golf Course in Columbus, Indiana, Wednesday June 1st. All proceeds from the Classic will benefit children with disabilities. Registration cost is $130 per player and $520 for a foursome and includes: Green fees for 18 holes and cart Tee package gift Buffet lunch Course refreshments throughout the day Prizes for hole-in-one, closest to the pin, and top four teams 11:00 – 12:30 lunch 12:30 – Shotgun Start Prizes after play Visit dsiservices.org to register Information: akleinert@dsiservices.orgShare this:TweetEmailPrint