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  • “Art Attack”
    As the Franklin County Arts Council enters its 32nd year of providing quality experiences in all genres of the arts to the residents of Franklin County, we can look back on the past few months as a time of some disappointments, with many cancellations and rescheduling of planned events here in our community.
  • Indiana Department of Insurance warns fireworks damage may not be covered
    Even though many Independence Day celebrations have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of fireworks in communities across the state is tradition to celebrate the holiday.
  • Hot meals and pantry items available in Sunman
    Due to the town of Sunman recognizing their community members' need for food during these difficult times, Church on Fire Ministries (CFM), based out of Harrison, Ohio, is now operating their Free Food Truck, Free Farmers' Market, and Pantry Bags programs on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Sunman Community Park.  
  • INDIANAPOLIS – Governor Eric J. Holcomb today provided updates on the state’s efforts to support Indiana small businesses and entrepreneurs, announcing a new partnership with Indiana Black Expo (IBE) to increase access to economic and workforce recovery programs for minority employers and encouraging small business owners to apply for funding available through state and federal programs. 
  • Dearborn County-Yesterday, Indiana State Police Detectives arrested two Greendale Police Officers as well as a third man on Official Misconduct and Obstruction of Justice Charges following an investigation into an incident that occurred in December 2019.
  • Rushville’s Riverside Park Amphitheater events to return
    In the June 1 Rushville City Council meeting Mayor Mike Pavey announced the dates for the summer concert series were cancelled for June and July, leaving five concerts for August and September.
  • Two Indiana Conservation Officers rescued an 11-year-old girl from drowning yesterday, after she fell into the Whitewater River in Richmond, below the Weir Dam. 
  • State testing has expanded to include sites near UC residents
    Arguably one the biggest problems faced during the pandemic is the lack of testing available.
  • Governor issues new stay at home order
    Also extends orders limiting state government services and restaurant, bar restrictions
  • Holcomb, Hogsett announce SD coalition
    Governor Eric Holcomb and Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett, together with other state leaders, are seeking Hoosiers’ help in ‘slowing the spread’ of the COVID-19 pandemic in Indiana.
  • Enrolled seniors to graduate on time
    At a press conference Thursday afternoon, April 2, conducted by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb and members of his COVID-19 task force, it was learned that all K-12 students in the state will now be kept out of classrooms for at least the next four months.
  • INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Eric Holcomb announced April 3 that Indiana has been granted a federal Major Disaster Declaration, which provides funds to help communities recover from COVID-19.
  • INDIANAPOLIS?Indiana’s infant mortality rate fell at the highest rate in six years, with the black infant mortality rate declining nearly 16 percent and the rate for Hispanic infants declining nearly 20 percent in 2018.
  • When laws are inconsistent or unfair, people get upset. When those inconsistent laws affect a business’ ability to compete in the marketplace, we don’t blame them for speaking out and seeking change.
Thursday, July 2, 2020

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