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Friday, February 23, 2018
Governor wants Purdue Polytechnic model expanded statewide; "We're having a regional impact for an area 30 miles around Anderson," program director says
John Wardwell, left, SMC national training manager, explains to Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb, right, the operation of the HAS-200 Highly Automated System at Purdue Polytechnic for engineering students to learn on, as Cory Sharp, center, director of Purdue Polytechnic, gives the governor a tour of the facility Monday. Staff photo by John P. Cleary
John Wardwell, left, SMC national training manager, explains to Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb, right, the operation of the HAS-200 Highly Automated System at Purdue Polytechnic for engineering students to learn on, as Cory Sharp, center, director of Purdue Polytechnic, gives the governor a tour of the facility Monday. Staff photo by John P. Cleary

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

ANDERSON — Following his initial visit to Purdue Polytechnic Anderson, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said similar facilities are needed throughout the state.


Tuesday, February 20, 2018
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South Bend mayor calls it a '500-year flood:' All-time record floods are occurring in city, Goshen, Niles, Plymouth

Bob Blake, South Bend Tribune Staff Writer

ATTN: LaPorte

By any measure, the sheer volume of water that has descended upon the entire Michiana region this week is mind-boggling.


Thursday, February 22, 2018
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A brief guide to Indiana's gun laws

Zach Evans, Evansville Courier & Press

EVANSVILLE — If you want to buy, own or carry a gun in Indiana, it's pretty easy.


Thursday, February 22, 2018
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Ivy Tech Evansville, North Project Lead the Way kids build prosthetic hand: Destined for children in Central African country of Cameroon

Megan Erbacher, Evansville Courier & Press Education Reporter

EVANSVILLE — Some kids who live in the Central African country of Cameroon aren't able to attend school if they have limb differences, according to Donna Zimmerman.


Friday, February 23, 2018
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Where do most crashes happen? Indiana State Police web site has a map that shows you

Jessica Bricker, News-Banner

A new statewide map online will let Hoosiers know the risks of crashes at certain locations any time of the day.


Thursday, February 22, 2018
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Horseshoe change has Daviess County and Amish closer to solution to road damage issue

Mike Grant, Washington Times Herald Staff Writer

The search for a solution for road damage done by Amish horses is ongoing, but officials feel they may be closer to resolving the issue.


Thursday, February 22, 2018
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