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Monday, March 25, 2019
South Bend area largely avoids recycling Armageddon; contamination is the bane of such efforts and why China began rejecting trash
A front-end loader is used to contain the mountain of recyclable materials brought to Recycling Works in Elkhart. Despite problems in some areas, local recycling firms have continued to find markets for recycled materials. Staff photo by Michael Caterina
A front-end loader is used to contain the mountain of recyclable materials brought to Recycling Works in Elkhart. Despite problems in some areas, local recycling firms have continued to find markets for recycled materials. Staff photo by Michael Caterina

Ed Semmler, South Bend Tribune Staff Writer

One by one, the massive trucks pull into the Recycling Works Waste Collection complex on the near southwest side of Elkhart.


Monday, March 25, 2019
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Future of 1894 Pulaski Courthouse still uncertain: Indiana Landmarks addressed efforts to save the building at a recent meeting

Joshua Schreiner, Pharos-Tribune

At the latest Pulaski County Historical Society meeting, Indiana Landmarks representative Todd Zieger spoke about the nonprofit organization's efforts to preserve the Pulaski County Courthouse.


Sunday, March 24, 2019
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Amtrak shaves 15 minutes off Hoosier State, with survival, $6 million state cut on the line; funding for the Indianapolis to Chicago train runs out June 30

Dave Bangert, Journal and Courier Columnist

ATTN: Jasper, Lake and Montgomery

LAFAYETTE – Could 15 minutes buy another two years for Amtrak’s Hoosier State, a passenger rail line that comes through Lafayette four days a week?


Sunday, March 24, 2019
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Authorities say more signs could cut accidents in Madison County I-69 construction zone

Laura Atwood, Herald Bulletin

ANDERSON — Area police and truck drivers are desperate for construction along Interstate 69 to resume this spring.


Sunday, March 24, 2019
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OPINION: A frank look at education, subsidies and pay

Michael Hicks is the George and Frances Ball Distinguished Professor of Economics and the director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at Ball State University.

Job quality, especially with respect to wages and benefits, will be a central part of the next national election. With job creation strong but wage growth lagging, we should expect tough questions about a variety of labor market policies. This will be especially true in the few states that have experienced mostly low-wage job growth in recent years. With Indiana growing low-wage jobs at a disproportionate rate, we should think through what “good” jobs might look like in a modern economy, and what role government could take in promoting them.


Monday, March 25, 2019
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Chief deputy: 'Yes, teachers were shot but it's part of the training;' "They had no idea they were going to be shot - with anything," says Twin Lakes teacher

Michael Johnson and James D. Wolf Jr., The Herald Journal

MONTICELLO — A January active shooter training exercise at Meadowlawn Elementary School reportedly went awry after teachers said White County sheriff’s deputies unexpectedly shot them in the back with pellet guns.


Monday, March 25, 2019
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Gadgets for the discerning teenager

David Novak, The Gadget Guy

Teens are the worst. They'll give you a hard time about anything and everything. And if they're without their phone? Watch out. Why? Because teens love tech! Give your teen something they won't roll their eyes at. These tech products are built for them:


Tuesday, March 19, 2019
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