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Monday, July 15, 2019
NAMING RIGHTS COMPETITION HEATS UP: South Bend schools increasingly turn to sponsors for money, hoping to raise $3 million in next 3 years

Ted Booker, South Bend Tribune

SOUTH BEND — Businesses will soon get the chance to buy naming rights for dozens of academic programs and athletic facilities at South Bend schools, trumpeting their names as sponsors.


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COMMENTARY: The forgiveness message: Its power, as delivered by Eva Kor, resonated around the world

Mark Bennett, Tribune-Star

Forgiveness wasn’t a new concept when it freed Eva Kor from a burden of pain.


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Motorcycle safety effort increasing in Indiana as fatalities in 2019 on pace compared to 2018

Whitney Downard, Goshen News

ATTN: Madison and Marion

INDIANAPOLIS -- An Independence Day motorcycle accident in Parke County claimed the life of one Hoosier, just one of the 51 deaths in Indiana this year attributed to motorcycle crashes.


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Brownstown, school corporation collaborate to organize redevelopment commission

Zach Spicer, Tribune

One of the purposes of a redevelopment commission is to work in partnership with other entities to generate new economic development with increased tax base and new jobs.


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Lawmakers think new law to spur regional job growth around inactive or closed military bases in Clark, Marion, Miami and Vermillion counties

Quentin Blount, Pharos-Tribune Staff Writer

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A new state law could spur more economic development and jobs locally, according to lawmakers.


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Mussels to be released during Wabash Riverfest to help clean waters, increase populations

Jillian Ellison, Journal and CourierEducation and Families Reporter

LAFAYETTE — In one day, a mussel can filter up to 15 gallons of water, which is why their existence is so important in helping continued efforts to clean up the Wabash River, Cassie Hauswald said.


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This summer can be a spectacular journey with these summer gadgets along for the ride

David Novak, The Gadget Guy

Summer is the time to have fun and adventure out of your comfort zone. Whether you’re a party animal or a road trip enthusiast, this summer can be a spectacular journey with these summer gadgets along for the ride. 


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