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Friday, February 22, 2019
Greenfield hopes $90,000 investment in re-branding will attract younger residents; want commuters young adults to learn of city's amenities
City officials are touting events and amenities as the splash pad at Riley Park Pool, the Hancock Flat 50 bicycle tour and the Riley poetry slam as thing that enliven Greenfield and make it more attractive. Staff file photo by Tom Russo
City officials are touting events and amenities as the splash pad at Riley Park Pool, the Hancock Flat 50 bicycle tour and the Riley poetry slam as thing that enliven Greenfield and make it more attractive. Staff file photo by Tom Russo

Ben Middlekamp, Daily Reporter Reporter

ATTN: Marion

GREENFIELD — Thousands of people commute into Hancock County and Greenfield each weekday to work. But once 5 o’clock strikes, many hurry back home to nearby communities.


Friday, February 22, 2019
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Once a model for voting in the state, Johnson County now looks to other counties for answers

James Vaughn, Daily Journal of Johnson County

ATTN: Bartholomew, Hancock, Hendricks, Jackson, Monroe, Morgan, Shelby, Vigo and Wayne

For years, Johnson County served as a model for voting in Indiana.


Friday, February 22, 2019
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An ounce of prevention: Project Prevent aims to stop underlying causes for addiction; gives out nearly $500,000

Brian Blair, The Republic Senior Reporter

About half of the $1 million in matching grant funding to prevent local opioid abuse has been allocated to agencies ranging from preschools to those working with retirees.


Friday, February 22, 2019
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Bloomington mayor's State of the City addresses power dynamics: task force to study city's energy systems, mobility, food and infrastructure

Kurt Christian, Herald-Times

This year’s State of the City Address drew a line in the sand between state lawmakers’ interests and the city’s goals, including a new plan to power Bloomington.


Friday, February 22, 2019
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Indiana Sen. Braun says he is not a fan of Trump's emergency declaration but wants border security

Scott L. Miley, CNHI Indiana News Statehouse Bureau

INDIANAPOLIS -- After months of bitter debate over security at the U.S.-Mexico border, President Donald Trump has, in one sense, come to U.S. Sen. Mike Braun's way of thinking.


Friday, February 22, 2019
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Purdue researchers: Climate change will impact energy use throughout Indiana

Scott L. Miley, CNHI Statehouse Bureau

ATTN: Clark, Elkhart, Howard, St. Joseph and Vanderburgh

Hoosiers will heat homes and businesses less but rely more on air conditioning as Indiana’s climate warms, said a group of Purdue University researchers.


Friday, February 22, 2019
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At the Consumer Electronics Show we saw gadgets galore for cats and dogs, from self-cleaning toilets to remote cameras

David Novak, The Gadget Guy

People love their pets, and at the Consumer Electronics Show this month, exhibit halls were packed with gadgets and technology that prove that the pet market is gigantic. We saw gadgets galore for cats and dogs, from self-cleaning toilets to remote cameras. Some are genius, some may be slightly mad, but all are designed especially for your furry friends.


Saturday, February 16, 2019
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More high tech items for your personal enjoyment

David Novak, The Gadget Guy

SAY WHAT?

The revolutionary Bluetooth audio device was designed to boost the hearing of speech in noisy environments. LIZN Hearpieces offer dual functionality — they work as wireless earbuds for music, as well as a speech enhancement device. $200; lizn.biz


Friday, February 22, 2019
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