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Friday, May 22, 2015
IU policy brief: Hoosier public school superintendents generally favor teacher evaluation changes

Kat Carlton, Herald-Times

Indiana school superintendents generally see teacher evaluation changes positively but share concerns about their link to teacher pay, according to a recent education policy brief from Indiana University researchers.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

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Following Purdue and perhaps IU, Ivy Tech to freeze tuition for some students

Stuart Hirsch, Herald Bulletin

ATTN: Hamilton

INDIANAPOLIS -- Following similar announcements by Indiana and Purdue university officials, Ivy Tech Community College today announced plans to freeze tuition rates.

Thursday, May 21, 2015
Census data show Hoosier cities continue to grow

Michael Reschke, Herald-Times

ATTN: Allen, Clark, Hamilton, Johnson, Lake, Marion, Monroe, St. Joseph, Tippecanoe and Vanderburgh

Despite a few years of economic growth, the trend of people leaving cities for suburbs has not returned to pre-recession levels.

Thursday, May 21, 2015
Fishing and camping add millions of dollars to Daviess County economy

Mike Grant, Washington Times Herald Staff Writer

ATTN: Howard and Lawrence

Memorial Day marks the beginning of the summer travel season and folks looking for camping, fishing and boating are finding Daviess County a welcome destination. Heading into this weekend, campgrounds at West Boggs Lake and the Glendale Fish and Wildlife area are booked up. The Daviess-Martin Joint County Parks and Recreation Department manages the campgrounds at both facilities and officials have tied admission to the two campgrounds together to try and give visitors some extra value. “We tend to have a little more programming at Boggs so people who come in with families can take advantage of that,” said Superintendent Mike Axsom.

Friday, May 22, 2015
Madison County Prosecutor: Pendleton doctor traded sex for drugs

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

ATTN: Hamilton

ANDERSON - A Pendleton physician allegedly traded sex for drugs with several patients, according to court records filed Thursday that included 21 criminal charges.

Thursday, May 21, 2015
I-69 route into Marion County far from a done deal: State Road 37 just one of 14 options officials are considering

Abby Armbruster, Daily Journal of Johnson County

ATTN: Morgan

State officials will decide by the end of this year where Interstate 69 should be built, and State Road 37 is just one of more than a dozen options.

Thursday, May 21, 2015
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