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Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Indiana Interim Public Policy Committee chairman: Casino smoking ban unlikely in part because surrounding states do
Tropicana Evansville's riverboat as seen on Saturday, June 14, 2014. Staff photo by Kevin Swank
Tropicana Evansville's riverboat as seen on Saturday, June 14, 2014. Staff photo by Kevin Swank

Zach Osowski, Evansville Courier & Press

ATTN: Orange and Tippecanoe

After talk of extending Indiana's smoking ban to casinos, bars and private clubs quickly fizzled during the 2015 legislative session, an interim study committee is now taking up the debate.

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Goshen College hopes to raise $50,000 in scholarships for growing Latino population: More than half of Goshen Community School's students are Hispanic

Michelle Sokol, Truth

GOSHEN — Goshen’s fastest-growing population is earning college degrees at a rate much lower than the state average.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Johnson county hospital grows via nursing homes which help provide comprehensive patient care

Ryan Trares, Daily Journal of Johnson County Lifestyle Writer

ATTN: Kosciusko, LaGrange, Lake, Madison, Monroe and Spencer

When elderly patients come to Johnson Memorial Hospital, they have immediate health care available to them to help treat everything from broken bones to cancer to major heart problems.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015
COMMENTARY: New GOP floor leader in Indiana House experienced in matters of faith: "I try to be a consensus builder," Berne insurance salesman says

Maureen Hayden, CNHI Statehouse Bureau Chief

ATTN: Marion

INDIANAPOLIS — The new floor leader of Republicans in the House of Representatives is familiar with the manure of politics. Or rather, the politics of manure.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Jasper police go online to reach chat rooms in hunts for molesters

Bill Powell, Herald Staff Writer

JASPER — The arrest of a 44-year-old Michigan man for felony child solicitation is the latest success in investigations in which Jasper police, and even volunteer decoys working with them, go into online computer chat rooms.

Monday, October 12, 2015
New way to measure economic benefit of sports tournaments in small cities: $10.9 milion in fiscal year 2014 for Columbus study says

Kirk Johannesen, The Republic Assistant Managing Editor

A new way of estimating the economic impact of sports tourism programs in small American cities shows a sizable benefit to Columbus.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015
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