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With paper ballots, Howard County safe from interference, say election officials: Russian meddling questions permeate lead-up to November
CASTING A BALLOT: Lisa Jarrett feeds her ballot into the counting machine at the Titan Annex in Kokomo on Tuesday, May 3, 2016. Local officials say having a paper trail helps counter potential hacking. Staff file photo by Tim Bath

CASTING A BALLOT: Lisa Jarrett feeds her ballot into the counting machine at the Titan Annex in Kokomo on Tuesday, May 3, 2016. Local officials say having a paper trail helps counter potential hacking. Staff file photo by Tim Bath


George Myers, Kokomo Tribune

ATTN: Miami

Are our elections safe?


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109 miles of trails in Fort Wayne paved with determination: "No one is working against each other," bike club official says of city and county officials

Joseph Dits, South Bend Tribune Staff Writer

ATTN: Elkhart, Steuben and Wells

FORT WAYNE — The paved trails in the Fort Wayne area — 109 miles of them so far — radiate from the city center like five evenly placed spokes on a wagon wheel. Three follow the St. Marys, St. Joseph and Maumee rivers that converge here. Several smaller trails connect like spurs or float on their own like satellites.


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Robotic cats help soothe patients with dementia at Jasper 's Memorial Hospital and Healthcare Center

Leann Burke, Herald

JASPER — A cat sits on the nurse’s station in the Caring Hands Senior Services department at Memorial Hospital and Healthcare Center. As patients pass by, they pet it, and it purrs and meows. Sometimes, it raises a paw or rolls over.


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Parke County farmer: It's about working smarter, not harder; Steve Gerrish: Farmer, ag philosopher, analyst, inventor and businessman

Alex Modesitt, Tribune-Star

For much of his professional life, Steve Gerrish worked to determine which plant-breeding techniques and which genetic markers would yield the greatest harvest for farmers like himself.


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Controlled climates: IU greenhouse provides controlled environments for rainforest, desert plants

Maureen Langley, Herald-Times

Bloomington is far from any rainforest, but Jordan Hall Greenhouse offers a glimpse of that landscape — without ever leaving city limits.


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Tech directors: Technology and electronic devices broaden how students learn: "They (students) are born with digital devices in their hands"

Allen Laman, Herald

The start of school is just around the corner. Do you know how much learning your child will do on an electronic device?


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