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Thursday, April 19, 2018
Group of concerned scientists growing at IU: Student involvement cited as key to sustaining movement's momentum

Michael Reschke, Herald-Times

Activism feels unnatural to Adrienne Keller. She’s more comfortable in a lab, studying soil microbes. But last month the Indiana University doctoral student was on stage at the Monroe County Public Library, welcoming guests to a congressional candidate forum


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Wind farms in Ohio provide a boost to economy, local schools, but also concern some residents

Kevin Kilbane, News-Sentinel Features Editor

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first day of a two-day series of stories on News-Sentinel.com about the future of wind energy in the Fort Wayne area and Indiana. A related story today focuses on what it’s like to live near wind turbines. On Friday, we look at the potential for wind farm development in Allen County and Indiana.

THE BLUE CREEK WIND FARM just east of the Indiana state line in Paulding and Van Wert counties in Ohio has brought jobs to that area and pumped several million dollars in revenue into school districts and local governments.


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Dubois County communities plan for future senior population increases and will become largest census group by 2030

Candy Neal, Herald Staff Writer

Local communities are aware that the senior population has been consistently growing.


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Bloomington, Monroe County area's economic forecast rosy early in 2018, but housing costs remain thorny

Mary Shown, Herald-Times

Through an economic looking glass, things are looking pretty swell for Monroe County and Bloomington.


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Madison County tops state in hepatitis C cases per capita in 2017: Preliminary report shows 331 cases last year

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

ANDERSON – Madison County is now ranked No. 1 in Indiana in the per capita rate for people with hepatitis C, the Madison County Board of Health learned.


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$50 million renovation: Preservation conference gets a peek inside Cummins headquarters

Kirk Johannesen, The Republic Assistant Managing Editor

ATTN: Marion

One of Columbus’ renowned architectural gems and Cummins Inc.’s flagship office is being rejuvenated with a two-year, $50 million project that will make it more functional for today’s workplace needs and more inviting for employees.


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