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LOCAL RESIDENTS RECEIVE $10K IN FREE DENTAL CARE

Plainfield, IN._ – Thirty-three Plainfield-area people received free dental services from Dental Care at Plainfield on Saturday, November 4 as part of Free Dentistry Day. Dr. Katherine Boehm, Dr. Anna Jouravlev and team provided free oral health care to the community during Free Dentistry Day, a program initiated to provide dental care to the growing number of Americans without dental insurance. The doctors and team members provided over $10,800 worth of dentistry, including free cleanings, fillings and extractions to local people throughout the day. “We are very pleased with the success of this event,” said Dr. Boehm. “Unfortunately, many people do not see a dentist on a routine basis. We were honored to open our doors to those in our community and volunteer our time and resources to make sure they received the care they need and deserve.” The team of Dental Care at Plainfield Crossing would like to thank all of the dedicated volunteers for joining the team and donating their services to help throughout the day. One third of Americans are living without dental insurance and current economic conditions leave little room to afford dental procedures. Without events like Free Dentistry Day, dental care simply isn’t an option for many uninsured people. Each year, thousands of patients are given free dental care, with millions of dollars in free dentistry provided by dentists and their teams at Free Dentistry Day events nationwide. ABOUT DENTAL CARE AT PLAINFIELD CROSSING Dr. Boehm, Dr. Jouravlev and team are proud to serve the Plainfield community, providing first-class general, cosmetic and restorative dentistry and outstanding patient service. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 317-707-7575 or visit www.dentalcareatplainfieldcrossing.com [1].

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CMV Driver Arrested for Drug Possession

Dec 6, 2017–Putnam County—This morning at 8:00, an Indiana State Police Commercial Enforcement Trooper was patrolling Interstate 70 near the 41 mile marker, when he stopped an eastbound tractor-trailer for a routine commercial vehicle inspection. During further investigation, the trooper located approximately two grams of suspected methamphetamine, three suspected amphetamine …

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Felon with Handguns Passes Trooper and Lands in Jail

Dec 6, 2017–Vermillion County—Last night at 9:10, Indiana State Police Trooper Chuck Murphy (unmarked commission) was patrolling northbound on State Road 63 near County Road 300 South, when he was passed by a northbound 2012 Chevrolet pickup driven by 41-year-old William Sadler of Perry, Florida. The pickup was clocked at …

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LOCAL PILOT GIVING HOOSIERS STUDENTS A CHANCE TO AIM FOR THE SKY

Pilot says program addresses ‘a challenge my family faced when I was younger’ INDIANAPOLIS (Nov. 30, 2017) – Workforce development and transportation are two big items on Indiana’s agenda for progress, and the Indianapolis Aviation Career Education Academy is working in a unique way to push that agenda by helping students from all backgrounds aim for the sky. The academy will begin taking applications on Dec. 1, 2017 for its 2018 hands-on aviation-career camp, where students from throughout Indiana can learn about all aspects of aviation, including history, aerodynamics, and a multitude of careers available in the industry. Camp participants also explore science, technology, engineering, and mathematics courses. “This is a unique opportunity for students to gain hands-on experience in an exciting industry,” said Ryan Lynch, director of the Indianapolis ACE Academy. “When a student expresses interest in aviation, it can be challenging for parents or teachers to figure out where to direct them to for more information- a challenge my family faced when I was younger. I created this camp to give kids an inside-look at the educational and career possibilities in the aviation field.” Lynch, a commercial pilot with Republic Airways, is a Lawrence North High School graduate who founded the ACE academy in Indiana and worked with other industry advocates to develop a similar program in North Carolina and Florida. Students ages 10 to 14 can register to apply for a week-long camp from June 10 – 16, 2018. Students 15-18 years old can apply to attend a two-week camp from July 8 – 21, 2018. Sessions run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Applicants must have an interest in the aviation field and a minimum of a 2.5 grade-point average. Middle-school students attending the camp are introduced to the fundamentals of flight through class time and flight simulation time. Students also tour the air-traffic control tower in Indianapolis, the Indianapolis International Airport, Rolls Royce, Republic Airways, and FedEx during the week to learn about the different career opportunities in the aviation field. High-school students also tour air traffic control and aviation-related facilities, along with a trip to the Wright Patterson Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio. The camp is designed to incorporate career prep such as college visits, etiquette dinner, and resume writing. Students are paired with a mentor to assist with college and career matching, and the college application process. The camp is hosted at the Vincennes Aviation Technology Center at the Indianapolis International Airport. The Federal Aviation Administration, the Indianapolis Airport Authority, FedEx, and Republic Airways are among the ACE Academy’s supporters. Historically 700 students have attended the camp, and nearly half of those participants are in college with a focus on aviation. For more information and registration forms, please visit indyace.com/ [1].

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ISP Eye in the Sky Returns over Putnamville District

Putnamville—For the third time in nearly two-weeks, troopers from the Putnamville Post again received aircraft assistance with speed enforcement efforts. Indiana State Police Sergeant Lee Wright, from the ISP Aviation Section, again piloted his Cessna 172 Skyhawk to the Putnamville District, and joined forces with Putnamville District officers, Sergeant Jared …

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