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Wednesday, May 23, 2018
City involvement in downtown Jeffersonville school petition process questioned; Mayor sees his support of a Court Avenue school as doing his job
Clark County residents are currently collecting signatures on petitions for and against the $15 million downtown elementary school project, driven by the imminent closure of two other schools in the area: Spring Hill and Maple. File photo
Clark County residents are currently collecting signatures on petitions for and against the $15 million downtown elementary school project, driven by the imminent closure of two other schools in the area: Spring Hill and Maple. File photo

Danielle Grady, News and Tribune

JEFFERSONVILLE — The mayor of Jeffersonville has characterized the quest to open a downtown elementary school on Court Avenue as a battle for a better city, but some residents who oppose the plan are questioning his involvement in the war.


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IU names new director for student media

Michael Reschke, Herald-Times

Indiana University has named a new director of student media.


Tuesday, May 22, 2018
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Meeting a greater need: Growing Ivy Tech agriculture program provides key skills for industry jobs

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Cecelia Ellis, For The Republic

ATTN: Allen, Steuben and Tippecanoe

Ivy Tech Community College’s Columbus campus started its agriculture program 10 years ago with just nine students. Now it has about 100.


Tuesday, May 22, 2018
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Discussions with state officials continue on proposed Midstate Corridor to ease traffic on U.S. 231 between I-64 and I-69

Candy Neal, Herald Staff Writer

ATTN: Lawrence, Martin, Orange and Spencer

In the last two weeks, state and local officials and local companies have had discussions about the Midstate Corridor.


Wednesday, May 23, 2018
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New report suggests comprehensive strategy for dealing with Allen County's growing opioid crisis

Kevin Leininger, News-Sentinel

A 49-page report released Wednesday sheds new light on opioid use in Allen County and suggests a four-fronted campaign against the growing crisis.


Wednesday, May 23, 2018
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Police: New Palestine High School guidance counselor stole students' prescriptions

Caitlin VanOverberghe, Daily Reporter

NEW PALESTINE — Allegations that a high school guidance counselor repeatedly swiped students’ Adderall and Ritalin from the school nurse’s office has prompted the school district’s leaders to implement stricter protocols for the handling of student medications.


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