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Thursday, June 21, 2018
I-69 bridge Central Alternative tweaked to improve U.S. 41 access over Ohio; Tolling coming regardless of route chosen, officials say

John Martin, Evansville Courier & Press

EVANSVILLE — The Interstate 69 bridge route preferred by most elected officials in Evansville and Henderson has been tweaked to address some community concerns, the I-69 Ohio River Crossing Group announced on Monday.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

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Immigration policy protested in Bloomington during World Refugee Day

Jonathan Streetman, Herald-Times

At Wednesday’s World Refugee Day event, 86-year-old Jack Kahn asked to address the crowd.

Thursday, June 21, 2018
Kokomo home to state's first Earn & Learn program

Cody Neuenschwaner, Kokomo Tribune

ATTN: LaPorte

A Kokomo-based business became the first in Indiana to start an Earn & Learn program, which is a collaboration between business owners and the state to offer new hands-on job training and learning experiences.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Miami County forks out $500,000 to pay off AT&T debt; Commissioner says company took advantage of other Indiana counties for dispatch services

Carson Gerber, Kokomo Tribune

PERU – The Miami County Council Tuesday approved nearly $500,000 to pay off more than a decade of debt accumulated through contracts with AT&T to service the county’s central 911 dispatch system.

Thursday, June 21, 2018
"I was bullied and threatened," says resigning Marion school board head after Facebook post about Rosanne Barr

Spencer Durham, Chronicle-Tribune

Cathy Moritz has resigned from the Marion Community Schools Board of School Trustees, facing public pressure after controversy over a Facebook post.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Ordinance calls for 'guardian' role for Bloomington police armored vehicle

Abby Tonsing, Herald-Times

The Bloomington City Council Wednesday evening reviewed new legislation that would place limits on the police department’s Critical Incident Response Team armored vehicle into city code.

Thursday, June 21, 2018
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