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Thursday, November 20, 2014
Package store owners want to keep the cork in Sunday sales: General Assembly appears ready to resume the fight over carryout alcohol sales
Wayne Bower, owner of the 7th& 70 liquor Stores, poses with his cat Tattoo and Ryan Harkness in their South 7th street store in Terre Haute. Bower is opposed to Sunday package alcohol sales. Tribune-Star photo by Jim Avelis
Wayne Bower, owner of the 7th& 70 liquor Stores, poses with his cat Tattoo and Ryan Harkness in their South 7th street store in Terre Haute. Bower is opposed to Sunday package alcohol sales. Tribune-Star photo by Jim Avelis

Maureen Hayden CNHI Statehouse Bureau Chief

ATTN: Delaware, Elkhart, Jay, LaPorte and Tippecanoe

INDIANAPOLIS — On Sundays the only soul wandering the aisles of Bower’s 7th & 70 Liquor Annex in Terre Haute is Tattoo, a stray cat adopted by owner Wayne Bower to keep mice from gnawing through cardboard cases of alcohol not yet unpacked.


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New signs seen raising awareness that turtles cross busy Vigo County road: Volunteers have rescued more than 2,000 since 2009

Howard Greninger, Tribune-Star

Motorists driving between Terre Haute and West Terre Haute have begun seeing two new yellow diamond-shaped warning signs: TURTLE CROSSING.


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More than just creating - it's innovating: 3-D printers teach North Daviess Elementary math, engineering and more

Lindsay Owens, Washington Times Herald

Each afternoon, sixth grade students at North Daviess Elementary, pull out their laptops and start tinkering. Thanks to a grant from TechPoint Foundation for Youth, the elementary school can offer its students a chance to learn, create and imagine in 3-D with the help of special 3-D printers.


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LaPorte County OKs multi-county agency to bid for Indiana Toll Road: Opposition already in from counties like Elkhart and LaGrange

Stan Maddux, South Bend Tribune Correspondent

ATTN: Lake and Porter

The LaPorte County Commissioners Wednesday night approved forming a multi-county agency that will bid for the lease of the Indiana Toll Road.


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$4 million public fundraising underway for new Ivy Tech campus, 85,000-square-foot facility in Anderson

Stuart Hirsch, Herald Bulletin

ATTN: Delaware, Hamilton, Hancock and Henry

ANDERSON — Ivy Tech Community College has a running start toward raising the $4 million in local matching funds necessary to complete the new Anderson campus.


Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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Colleges and South Bend talk crime: Ideas shared to cut threat to students

Margaret Fosmoe, South Bend Tribune Staff Writer

SOUTH BEND — Local police and campus leaders are sharing more information than ever before about crimes against college students, but there still are communication gaps, according to those involved in the effort.


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