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Indiana, Manitoba officials sign agriculture agreement

September 18, 2018 0

  Indiana officials have entered into an agriculture and economic development partnership with their counterparts in the Canadian province of Manitoba. Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and Indiana Director Of Agriculture Bruce Kettler met with Manitoba […]

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Columbus Superintendent candidates meet the parents

September 18, 2018 0

  On the first of a three-day district tour for the 3 finalists vying for Columbus Schools Superintendent, former Columbus Schools Principal and current Cleveland Heights/University Heights superintendent Dr. Talissa Dixon answered questions asked by […]

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2 Endangered Barn Owls Released in S. Indiana County

September 15, 2018 0

  BLOOMINGTON, Ind.  — Two rare barn owls have been released in an area of southern Indiana where wildlife experts suspect another of the raptors is living. The two female owls were released Wednesday inside a Monroe […]

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Will Indiana’s Super Polluters Stay Open?

September 7, 2018 0

  The Affordable Clean Energy plan, called ACE, calls for states to develop their own rules for reducing carbon emissions from coal fired power plants, instead of having the EPA set state targets. While a […]

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US Military Kills 5 al-Qaida Militants in Yemen

December 9, 2017 0

  The U.S. military said Friday that its airstrikes had killed five al-Qaida militants in central Yemen. A Central Command statement said the strikes, which took place November 20 in Bayda province, had killed Mujahid […]