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Saturday, March 17, 2018
2018 Indiana General Assembly ends in chaos: Handful of priority bills not voted on as Legislature runs out of time

Scott L. Miley, CNHI News Indiana Reporter

ATTN: Allen, Delaware, Hamilton, Madison, Marion and Monroe

INDIANAPOLIS -- With one hour left in an uneventful 120th Indiana General Assembly, rumors circulated in the Indiana House of Representatives that conservative Republicans would inject last-minute legislation paving the way for Hoosiers to carry firearms at church schools into a bill, ironically, addressing school safety.

Friday, March 16, 2018

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Out-of-county kids fill Clark County juvenile detention center beds;

Danielle Grady, News and Tribune

ATTN: Bartholomew, Crawford, Dearborn, Harrison, Jackson,  Jennings, Johnson, Lawrence, Orange, Scott, Switzerland, Vanderburgh and Washington

JEFFERSONVILLE — Each cell at the Clementine B. Barthold Juvenile Detention Center for Clark County has a piece of paper with a name stuck to it.

Saturday, March 17, 2018
'See a need, fill a need:' Bedford rose garden to honor local Rosie the Riveters

Krystal Shetler, Times-Mail Managing Editor

BEDFORD — On Wednesday, when the world is marking the contributions women made to the workforce during World War II by celebrating Rosie the Riveter Day, an observance in Bedford also will work to keep the spirit alive.

Saturday, March 17, 2018
Learning leaps to new dimensions: Purdue Polytechnic workshop in Columbus offers insight into 3D printing

Matthew Kent, The Republic

A dozen students in the Columbus area used their spring break week to get hands-on experience constructing a 3-D printer that could spark some personal creativity.

Saturday, March 17, 2018
COMMENTARY: Redistricting reform effort will continue in Indiana, says head of Common Cause Indiana

Kelly Hawes, CNHI News Indiana Columnist

Julia Vaughn doesn’t hide her frustration with state Rep. Milo Smith, the man who single-handedly derailed an effort to reform Indiana’s redistricting process.

Saturday, March 17, 2018
25 Hepatitis A cases confirmed in Clark County, including cases at Henryville Elementary School and county jail

Elizabeth Depompei, News and Tribune Digital Editor

CLARK COUNTY — The Clark County Health Department is investigating recent cases of Hepatitis A, including cases at Henryville Elementary School and the Clark County jail.

Saturday, March 17, 2018
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COMMENTARY: God is more than enough

Dr. William F. Holland Jr., 859-229-1117

We all heard the song, “He’s got the whole world in His hands” but did you know this is actually from scripture? We read in Isaiah chapter 40 and verse 12, “Who has calculated the waters in the hollow of His hand, and who has measured the heavens and determined the dust of the earth, and weighed the mountains in scales, and the hills in a balance?” Today, if you feel that your crisis is too much for God to take care of, if you believe your problem is too big for God to handle, and if you are convinced your enemy is just too powerful, God wants you to know that you are not seeing life in a correct perspective. God is for you and this means that nothing or no one is greater than His power. You and God are a majority no matter how bleak your situation. He is saying to stop confessing how huge your problems are and start declaring how awesome your God is! Doubt see’s God through the eyes of our emotions but faith see’s our circumstances through the eyes of God. Pray and believe that He is in total control and that He always wants the best for your life. Just for a moment, let’s stop and consider how powerful God is and how we can know that nothing is too difficult for Him. 

Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Court denies FDA appeal to hide documents about its approval of GE salmon for human consumption

Kent Blacklidge

The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals is not known for good decisions, but they got this one right. A couple of weeks ago they denied the FDA’s latest attempt to hide thousands of pages of key government documents related to the agency’s approval of genetically engineered (GE) salmon for human consumption.

Friday, March 9, 2018
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