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State Says More Hoosiers Working Now Than Ever

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – More Hoosiers are working than ever before, as Indiana ended 2018 by reporting record employment numbers for the year and job gains in every major sector measured by the state. The Indiana Department of

ISP Received 134 New Automatic External Defibrillators

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind –  Wednesday morning the President and Board Members of the Bolt For The Heart (BFTH) foundation were welcomed to Governor Holcomb’s office for a personal “Thank you” for donating an additional 134 AED units to

Clabber Girl Sign Returns Better Than Ever

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – The iconic Clabber Girl billboard on Terre Haute’s east side has been restored and is back up. Local artist Becky Hochhalter was commissioned to perform the restoration over the past several weeks.  

Brazil Mayor Gives State Of The City Address

  BRAZIL, Ind. – Brazil Mayor Brian Wyndham gave his 8th Annual State of the City Address Tuesday and said that the city has much to be proud of. Brazil has $2.2 million in the savings account,

Rose-Hulman Names Two Vice Presidents

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology’s new president, Robert A. Coons, has announced two senior leadership positions to complete his cabinet. Matthew D. Davis has been promoted to vice president for finance and Megan C.

Morrison’s Bill To Help Identify Remains Moves Forward

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – The Indiana House of Representatives voted Tuesday in support of State Rep. Alan Morrison’s (R-Brazil) proposal giving coroners one more way to quickly and accurately identify human remains. House Bill 1084 would allow coroners