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Monday, October 21, 2019
After tough year, farmers now hope in fall of 2019 for some grain price recovery
Good yield: Ervin Buse, who helps Terry Hayhurst harvest in the Fall, remarks on how well one field of soybeans grew while driving a combine on Friday afternoon at Hayhurst’s farm in southwest Vigo County. Staff photo by Austen Leake
Good yield: Ervin Buse, who helps Terry Hayhurst harvest in the Fall, remarks on how well one field of soybeans grew while driving a combine on Friday afternoon at Hayhurst’s farm in southwest Vigo County. Staff photo by Austen Leake

Howard Greninger, Tribune-Star

ATTN: Clay, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Tippecanoe and Vermillion

Across Indiana, harvest of corn and soybeans is running about two weeks behind last year.


Monday, October 21, 2019
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Audit: 3 former Greenfield-Central school administrators overpaid a combined $650,000 over 9 years

Ben Middlekamp, Daily Reporter

GREENFIELD — From 2010 to 2018, three former Greenfield-Central administrators were overpaid more than $650,000 combined, according to an audit filed by the Indiana State Board of Accounts.


Sunday, October 20, 2019
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New flying pumpkin course record -- 874 feet! -- set at Valparaiso church's annual Punkin Launch

Amy Lavalley, Post-Tribune Correspondent

ATTN: Monroe and Wells

Fahrfunflinger has come a long way.


Monday, October 21, 2019
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Indiana school cafeterias help combat obesity: Education efforts also focus on nutrition, exercise

Tara Schmelz, News and Tribune

CLARK COUNTY – Broccoli bites with dip. Red pepper strips. Cucumber tomato salad.


Monday, October 21, 2019
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Indiana reports a rapid decline in hunting licenses over last 20 years, and some worry about the impact that may have

Cody Thompson, Reporter-Times

MORGAN COUNTY — The past 20 years have seen a rapid decline in the number of hunting licenses being sold in the state of Indiana. It’s a reap-what-you-sow equation where hunters pay for a license, and that money helps provide spaces and resources that allow them to continue hunting safely and effectively.


Sunday, October 20, 2019
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COMMENTARY: Benefiting from the trail: Trail Towns concept could help Hoosier cities draw tourism, serve residents in communities

Mark Bennett, Tribune-Star

A house-hunting couple touring an existing home might hear their real-estate agent describe the place with a two-word phrase.


Monday, October 21, 2019
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New Butler Study: Students Report Harmful Effects from Vaping, Don't Use JUUL to Quit Smoking

INDIANAPOLIS—When e-cigarettes first hit the market, manufacturers sold them as a cleaner, safer alternative to combustible cigarettes. They targeted current smokers, touting vape as a good way to quit.


Wednesday, October 9, 2019
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Butler University Board of Trustees Extends Contract of President James M. Danko

The Butler University Board of Trustees unanimously voted to extend the contract of President James M. Danko through August 2024. The extension was announced to the University community today by Board Chair Jatinder-Bir “Jay” Sandhu ’87.


Sunday, October 13, 2019
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'Fall' in love with these seasonal gadgets

David Novak, The Gadget Guy

Drink cider, explore the outdoors, rake leaves....these are all things special with the Fall season. Check out these latest gadgets that catch the spirit of this time of year.


Saturday, October 12, 2019
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