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Governor Pence Pens End-of-Year Message to Hoosiers

December 31, 2015
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Governor Pence Pens End-of-Year Message to Hoosiers

Pence: “In 2015, we made historic investments in our workforce, kids and teachers, and we’ve also put a high priority on the health and safety of all Hoosiers.”   Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence yesterday issued the following year-end message, outlining the accomplishments of 2015 and looking forward to the year ahead.   My...

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Top 10 News Stories of 2015

December 30, 2015
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Top 10 News Stories of 2015

To close out the year, we are taking a look back at the top 10 stories of 2015. # 10-2015 turned out to be a great year for the area bringing in several new businesses to the area. Some of the new businesses include George’s Pharmacy, BBQ Street, Jaynebugs Giftique, and Amack’s Well Community...

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Dearborn County Hospital Provides Athletic Trainer to Local School

December 30, 2015
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Dearborn County Hospital Provides Athletic Trainer to Local School

Dearborn County Hospital is now providing the services of an Athletic Trainer to Switzerland County High School. A high school Athletic Trainer provides healthcare services to student athletes under the direction of physicians and medical directors.  These services include injury prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnoses, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions....

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Registration Now Open for Versailles Polar Plunge

December 30, 2015
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Registration Now Open for Versailles Polar Plunge

Registration for the 9th Annual Versailles Polar Plunge is now open. The plunge will take place on February 20 at the Versailles State Park. All proceeds from the Plunge benefit Special Olympics athletes in our community, giving them the means to train locally and to compete at the state level in a number of...

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Suspect in Amanda Blackburn’s Murder, Faces Charges in 2nd Fatal Robbery

December 30, 2015
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Suspect in Amanda Blackburn’s Murder, Faces Charges in 2nd Fatal Robbery

A man accused of killing Amanda Blackburn, an Indianapolis pastor’s pregnant wife during a burglary, faces another murder charge in a second fatal robbery. Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry announced Tuesday, that 18-year-old Larry Jo Taylor Jr. has been charged with murder and robbery in the November 4 fatal shooting of Rolando Gonzalez-Hernandez. A...

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Congress Extends Tax Benefits

December 30, 2015
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Congress Extends Tax Benefits

On December 17, the United States House passed the Protecting Americans from Tax hikes Act or PATH Act. It prevents tax increases on millions of families and businesses by extending and making permanent several important tax provisions. The PATH Act provides $622 billion in tax relief by extending more than 55 tax provisions.  The PATH...

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Truck Driver Faces Charges in Paoli Bridge Collapse

December 29, 2015
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Truck Driver Faces Charges in Paoli Bridge Collapse

A historic iron bridge in the southern Indiana town of Paoli has collapsed when a semitrailer tried to cross it. Investigators say that the semi was carrying 43,000 pounds of water when the bridge gave way. The truck was nearly six times over the weight limit. The driver of the semi is facing charges...

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Indiana Adopting Electronic-Filing of Court Records

December 29, 2015
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Indiana Adopting Electronic-Filing of Court Records

Indiana’s top courts are moving ahead with adopting an electronic-filing system that state officials say will eventually give the public free access to online court records statewide. The Indiana Supreme Court and the Indiana Court of Appeals began offering e-filing in November. The Indiana Tax Court will follow in January. Attorneys using those courts...

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Fight Against Methamphetamine

December 29, 2015
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Fight Against Methamphetamine

Some Indiana police agencies say their fight against methamphetamine production would be helped by a proposed state law, that would require a prescription for a common cold medicine that is used to make the illegal drug. For several years, Indiana has been one of the top states with the most meth lab seizures by...

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    Please join us as a special guest. The public is also welcomed to attend and may purchase their $8.00 ticket at the door. Chef Adam has selected a delicious buffet breakfast. We will start our day in prayer, enjoying fellowship with community, church leaders, and friends in the Batesville area. Danielle Hountz from Batesville high School will be singing and Reverend Jill K. Campbell of St. Mark Lutheran Church will be the guest speaker. You are also invited to attend the Community Prayer Service, presented by the Batesville Ministerial Association at the Gazebo, located in the Village Green, downtown Batesville at 12:00 noon on Thursday, May 5. This tradition is in its’ 5th year and will be led by various Ministers from the area. Lunch will be provided following the service. RSVP to Andrea Wade, Mayor’s Office, awade@batesvilleindiana.us or (812) 933-6100 by April 29th if you are attending the Prayer Breakfast. Fore more information, please contact Rita Seig, (812) 209-9945 of ritaseig@etczone.comShare this:TweetEmailPrint
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