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Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Start-ups get city boost: Columbus partnering with Bloomington on innovation initiative; state contributing $1.5 million to venture

Matthew Kent, The Republic

ATTN: Elkhart and St. Joseph

Local start-up companies will get assistance in developing their firms through a joint community partnership between the cities of Columbus and Bloomington and a venture development organization in Indianapolis.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

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Vaccinations on the go: Hospital offering drive-thru flu shot clinic Saturday

Daily Reporter

GREENFIELD — Hancock Health is taking steps to make getting a flu shot easier and more convenient by hosting a low-cost flu shot drive-thru Saturday at the hospital in Greenfield.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
To reduce increasing insurance costs, Purdue cuts working spouses from 2019 health plan, as employees cry foul

Dave Bangert, Journal and Courier Columnist

WEST LAFAYETTE – As Purdue University studies whether to build an on-campus health clinic designed for faculty and staff, campus employees were grumbling this week on word that the university will join a trend of large employers limiting health coverage for employees’ working spouses.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Little limitation: Double amputee transcends role of Wawasee High School cheerleader

Austin Hough, Goshen News

SYRACUSE — Nyla White needed a partner for “twin day” during homecoming week at Wawasee High School. Being able to dress just like White, though, is physically impossible for anyone attending Wawasee. Literally.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
LaFontaine Arts Council working making downtown Huntington an arts district

Kaitlin Gerby, Chronicle-Tribune

The LaFontaine Arts Council has devised a plan to bring an arts district to downtown Huntington.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Destination zone: Greenwood sorting through how riverfront district would work, assure public that gambling is not the goal

James Vaughn, Daily Journal of Johnson County

In an effort to attract more upscale restaurants and eateries to Greenwood, city council members are considering establishing a riverfront district which would allow the city to hand out more liquor licenses.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
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