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Thursday, March 21, 2019
Purdue's Mitch Daniels asks for audit after admissions bribery scandal at elite schools

Dave Bangert, Journal and Courier Columnist

WEST LAFAYETTE – A little more than a week after an admissions bribery scandal at some of America’s elite universities, Purdue finished a self-imposed audit to check for so-called “side doors” wealthy parents used to slip their kids onto coveted campuses.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

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'SIGNAL 9' ON RADIO CODES: First-responder agencies now prefer plain talk to radio than 'brevity' codes to eliminate possible confusion

Kristy Deer, Daily Reporter

HANCOCK COUNTY — “Ten-four,” a police officer might tell a dispatcher over the radio. Or “OK, I gotcha.” They both mean the same thing, but one is a little easier to understand than the other.

Thursday, March 21, 2019
145 living pigeons tossed in a White County trash dumpster to die in two separate incidents

Ron Wilkins, Journal and Courier

WOLCOTT — Someone discarded 145 living pigeons this winter the way one throws out an empty disposable coffee cup — by tossing them into a trash dumpster.

Thursday, March 21, 2019
Indiana Department of Natural Resources investigating possible mountain lion in Brown County; studying carcass of domestic cat attacked

Suzannah Couch, Brown County Democrat

BROWN COUNTY — The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is so far unable to confirm whether a mountain lion was responsible for an attack on a domestic cat on March 11.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Series of Jasper programs to focus on change in Dubois County community

Allen Laman, Herald

ATTN: Posey and Washington

JASPER — Identity. Land. Community. Persistence. Managing change.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Madison County seeks to resolve $800,000 IT dilemma: counties having to replace, upgrade computers because of Microsoft

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

ATTN: Delaware, Hamilton and Howard

ANDERSON – Two years ago Microsoft announced it was ending support in 2020 for its computer operating system Windows 7, causing problems for government entities and private business.

Thursday, March 21, 2019
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Gadgets for the discerning teenager

David Novak, The Gadget Guy

Teens are the worst. They'll give you a hard time about anything and everything. And if they're without their phone? Watch out. Why? Because teens love tech! Give your teen something they won't roll their eyes at. These tech products are built for them:

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
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