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Friday, October 19, 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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Secrets of The Hill: Campaign cash trumps work in Congress, ex-members say

Thomas B. Langhorne, Evansville Courier & Press

Editor's note: This is the first part in a week-long series, "Secrets of the Hill: What you don't know about Congress," reported by Thomas Langhorne from Washington, D.C. It aims to give readers an inside look at Congress.

WASHINGTON — David Jolly remembers seeing United States senators – distinguished men and women – huckstering for campaign cash from phones in a ground floor conference room. Another senator hovered over them like a pit boss.

Thursday, October 18, 2018
Increased Norfolk Southern train traffic irritating Peru drivers; transportation giant says it's actively trying to reduce impact in city

Carson Gerber, Kokomo Tribune

ATTN: Allen

PERU – Peru Mayor Gabe Greer said he’s given up driving on the seven city streets that are intersected by railroad tracks.

Thursday, October 18, 2018
Clint Eastwood's 'The Mule' chronicles Michigan City man's drug running for cartel

Stan Maddux, South Bend TribuneCorrespondent

MICHIGAN CITY — Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood has played scores of colorful characters on the silver screen over the past seven decades. The latest portrayal for the 88-year-old Academy Award winner is Michigan City’s Leo Sharp, a legend in his own right, albeit much more notorious.

Thursday, October 18, 2018
COMMENTARY: Today's news media leaves Americans in the dark; let's spread a little light instead of dispersing noise

Leo Morris is a columnist for The Indiana Policy Review.

For a free society to function properly, its citizens must have an ongoing conversation about the important issues of the day. And that conversation must be rational and fact=based if citizens are to continue giving their informed consent to be governed.

Thursday, October 18, 2018
Braun: Campaign for U.S. Senate seat held by Joe Donnelly, business share same dynamics

Candy Neal, Herald Staff Writer

JASPER — Campaigning for Indiana’s U.S. Senate seat keeps Mike Braun away from home. A lot.

Friday, October 19, 2018
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