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Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Cayman Island health care cost savings: Bartholomew County schools offers all-expenses-paid travel option to obtain expensive medications
The BCSC Health Trust will pay for eligible insurance holders (employees and dependents on the health plan) who require high-cost, specialty medications to fly round-trip to the Cayman Islands for a two-night stay -- room, board and spending money included -- to pick up their medicine. Patients will travel to the DaVinci Centre in the Cayman Islands, shown in this photo, free from out-of-pocket costs, to receive treatment, including a physician consultation and their specialty drugs. Submitted photo
The BCSC Health Trust will pay for eligible insurance holders (employees and dependents on the health plan) who require high-cost, specialty medications to fly round-trip to the Cayman Islands for a two-night stay -- room, board and spending money included -- to pick up their medicine. Patients will travel to the DaVinci Centre in the Cayman Islands, shown in this photo, free from out-of-pocket costs, to receive treatment, including a physician consultation and their specialty drugs. Submitted photo

Shelby Thomas, The Republic

As health care costs continue to rise, one of Columbus’ largest employers is facing the brunt of it — so much so that Bartholomew Consolidated School Corp. is trying something new.


Monday, November 18, 2019
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'The right thing to do': Columbus East assistant principal helps youth workers understand implicit bias

Shelby Thomas, The Republic

Implicit bias is everywhere, says Columbus East High School Assistant Principal Charles Edwards.


Monday, November 18, 2019
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IU's Big Red Bus makes stop in Evansville. part of university's bicentennial celebrations

Isaiah Seibert, Evansville Courier & Press News Reporter

EVANSVILLE — A Big Red Bus made a stop in Evansville Sunday, marking the 200th anniversary of Indiana University and highlighting the school's contributions across its home state.


Monday, November 18, 2019
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RELIABLE WITNESS: Hancock County Sheriff's Department to acquire sophisticated body cams

Kristy Deer, Daily Reporter

HANCOCK COUNTY — One day soon, when a deputy from the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department pulls out a weapon, a built-in uniform body camera will automatically record every move. Should that officer go down, an instant alert will be sent to other deputies and dispatchers.


Tuesday, November 19, 2019
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Sports betting takes off in Indiana: Local truck driver, who has bet on sports long before the practice became legal, put down legal wager on 1st day

Darrell Smith, Connersville News-Examiner

ATTN: Dearborn, Madison and Shelby

Betting on sporting events has been going on maybe since the beginning of sports but it became legal in Indiana Sept. 1.


Tuesday, November 19, 2019
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Library fines: To charge or not to charge? Libraries from Martinsville to Chicago are doing way with overdue book fees

Laura Lane, Herald-Times

ATTN: Brown, Greene, Lawrence and Owen

When Chicago became the nation’s largest city to stop charging fines for overdue library books, Mayor Lori Lightfoot was following a fast-growing trend among library systems around the nation.


Tuesday, November 19, 2019
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TECH-SAVVY HOLIDAY GIFTS VOL. 1

David Novak, The Gadget Guy

Whether you're looking for a traditional holiday gift, the latest state-of-the-art piece of equipment, or just something cool to put under the tree, check these holiday-spirited gifts to complete your shopping list:


Monday, November 18, 2019
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