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Thursday, April 28, 2016
Bill Clinton rallies Hillary supporters in Indianapolis: Former president recalls peace, prosperity under his watch
Former President Bill Clinton campaigns for his wife, Hillary Clinton, during a stop at the Norgate Shopping Center on the north side of Indianapolis on Tuesday. CNHI photo by Joseph C. Garza, Tribune-Star
Former President Bill Clinton campaigns for his wife, Hillary Clinton, during a stop at the Norgate Shopping Center on the north side of Indianapolis on Tuesday. CNHI photo by Joseph C. Garza, Tribune-Star

Maureen Hayden, CNHI Statehouse Bureau Chief

ATTN: Hamilton, Madison and Porter

EMBARGOED: (Elkhart) Truth Out

INDIANAPOLIS — Erik Barnett toted his 8-week-old baby and her 2-year-old sister to Hillary Clinton's campaign headquarters here early Tuesday, hoping to get close to a legend.


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Bethel College to open kindergartner lab classroom: College forms partnership with Mishawaka schools

Kim Kilbride, South Bend Tribune Staff Writer

MISHAWAKA — A new partnership between Bethel College and School City of Mishawaka will offer unique educational experiences for both teaching majors at the college and a group of Mishawaka kindergartners.


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Western Boone School Corp. pilots seat belts in bus, but cost remains primary issue; rowdy students are calmer when buckled in

Elizabeth Pearl, Lebanon Reporter Reporter

Three seat belts in a Western Boone School Corp. bus have helped control student behavior, but the administration is not yet sure what that means for the school district.


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Kokomo Common Council passes nuisance ordinance aimed at limiting police calls to big box stores and housing complexes

George Myers, Kokomo Tribune

The Kokomo Common Council gave final approval to an ordinance Monday aimed at limiting unnecessary calls to local police, a measure adjusted slightly from what was previously introduced by the council.


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Will a commercial airline return to Purdue? University's airport is the state's second busiest - behind only Indianapolis

Emma Ea Ambrose, Journal and Courier

ATTN: Allen and Vanderburgh

Greater Lafayette is not the same community it was more than a decade ago, when commercial air service to Purdue University Airport ceased. Now, on the other side of a national recession, our population is growing, industries and jobs are flowing into the area, and the real estate market is booming.


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GOP delegates divided on what their job is at upcoming national convention

Kery Murakami, CNHI Washington Reporter

ATTN: Elkhart, Howard and St. Joseph

Melissa Proffitt hoped Ohio Gov. John Kasich would win Indiana's Republican primary — and not just because she thinks he stands the best chance to win in the fall.


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