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Tuesday, April 7, 2020
'Brutal toll': State attributes deaths of 11 Bethany Pointe residents to COVID-19; Anderson facility owned by Hancock Regional Hospital
This sign sits along the driveway leading into Bethany Pointe Health Campus on Monday. Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box said a “significant” COVID-19 outbreak has occurred at the facility where a total of 11 deaths from the coronavirus has been reported. John P. Cleary | The Herald Bulletin
This sign sits along the driveway leading into Bethany Pointe Health Campus on Monday. Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box said a “significant” COVID-19 outbreak has occurred at the facility where a total of 11 deaths from the coronavirus has been reported. John P. Cleary | The Herald Bulletin

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

ANDERSON — Madison County took its hardest hit yet from the coronavirus Monday, when the state announced that 11 people who were residents of a local assisted-living facility had died.


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A sight for sore ears in hospitals: New Castle resident uses 3-D printer to help nurses, doctors and frontline workers fighting COVID-19

Travis Weik, Courier-Times Reporter

Justin Smith bought a 3-D printer three years ago so he could make tabletop game accessories.


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Hammond church defied order to hold services, mayor says; some churches petition to have Easter services

Meredith Colias-Pete, Post-Tribune

Across Northwest Indiana churches are dealing with a desire to return to in-person services as Easter approaches, including a Hammond church that was ticketed Sunday for gathering in defiance of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s executive order banning the gatherings. 


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Demand surges for digital books: St. Joseph County Public Library's numbers up since March 16; here are the top 10 books checked out

Andrew S. Hughes, South Bend Tribune

OUTH BEND — Area readers have “The Splendid and the Vile” on their minds during this time of pandemic social distancing.


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You asked: how does COVID-19 compare to the flu?

Brittani Howell and Dave Rosenthal, Side Effects Public Media

INDIANA — The new coronavirus is still sweeping through the U.S., so it’s difficult to draw comparisons to past flu seasons. Looking at the flu and coronavirus in other countries may be helpful.


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Franklin County's Haspin Acres ordered closed after vehicles primarily from Ohio create traffic jam into the private recreational park

Connersville News-Examiner

LAUREL — Haspin Acres, a recreation area for dune buggies. jeeps, dirt bikes and other off-road vehicles, was ordered closed Saturday by the Franklin County Health Officer.


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COVID-19 creating problems on small hospitals' finances because they have been told to curtail outpatient and elective procedures

Mike Grant, Washington Times Herald Staff Writer

For Daviess Community Hospital and a lot of rural hospitals in Indiana, the changes and problems created with fighting and preparing for the coronavirus has led to an economic whammy that may well be difficult to recover from.


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OPINION: Long-term changes from COVID-19; we need to place a more personal context on this crisi

Michael J. Hicks, PhD, is the director of the Center for Business and Economic Research and the George and Frances Ball distinguished professor of economics in the Miller College of Business at Ball State University. His column appears in Indiana newspapers.

The nation’s monthly jobs report published earlier this week was jarring. I write before its publication, but expect the unemployment rate to more than double. Monthly job losses are sure to crush the previous record of September 1945. Despite this, it is worth noting that September 1945 was surely the most welcomed month in all of human history, marking the end of World War II. We would be wise to view the unemployment rate and other short-term economic data as imperfect measures of human flourishing.


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Terre Haute's city golf courses remain open ... and popular

Alex Modesitt, Tribune-Star

ATTN: Hamilton and Marion

Parking lots at Terre Haute’s city-owned golf courses were packed Friday afternoon. Some groups waited nearly an hour for carts to come available.


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Ivy Tech culinary students in South Bend help rescue food that would be lost because of coronavirus

Howard Dukes, South Bend Tribune Staff Writer

ATTN: Elkhart

SOUTH BEND — Rebecca Jones has faced plenty of challenges during her college career.


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Here are 5 revolutionary health gadgets for seniors that showcase the abilities of tech and modern medicine
David Novak, The Gadget Guy

While smart health-focused wearables may be most popular with our youth, seniors are getting in on the action as well.  Here are 5 revolutionary health gadgets for seniors that showcase the abilities of tech and modern medicine. 



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