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Thursday, November 15, 2018
Anderson University economist: Local economy expected to continue growth; but, "Indiana can't come up with enough qualified workers," says IU economist

Ken de la Bastide, Herald Bulletin City and County Government Reporter

ANDERSON – The Madison County economy is expected to create more jobs and the unemployment rate will continue the downward trend according to Terry Truitt, dean of Falls School of Business at Anderson University.


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State Sen. Stoops vows to change Indiana's rural fence law, which he thinks is one those that doesn't make sense anymore

Laura Lane, Herald-Times

There are times when the law doesn’t seem to make sense.


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Town of Griffith: We want to be a part of St. John Township; had wanted to leave Calumet Township for almost a decade

Rob Earnshaw, Post-Tribune Freelance Reporter

Nearly two months after the Town of Griffith voted to split from Calumet Township, town council members on Tuesday passed a resolution seeking to join St. John Township.


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Lawsuit: Purdue accused of 'chilling' retaliation on women who reported sexual assaults

Dave Bangert, Journal and Courier Columnist

WEST LAFAYETTE — Two former Purdue University students say the university kicked them out of school after investigators retaliated when they couldn’t find enough evidence to back claims that the women had been sexually assaulted, according to a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday.


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Life after death: Event teaches local Girl Scouts about mortuary science

Brooke McAfee, News and Tribune

JEFFERSONVILLE — A group of local Girl Scouts molded small blocks of wax into the form of human noses on Wednesday night, trying to make them as life-like as possible. But the kids weren't participating in an art class — they were learning some basic skills of funeral services.


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Greenwood to build hangar, office space at airport for Indiana State Police aviation fleet, moving from Mount Comfort

James Vaughn, Daily Journal of Johnson County

Indiana State Police will soon have a major presence in Greenwood.


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