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June, 2021

  • 15 June

    This Week on WYRZ

    This Week on WYRZ – Week of 6/14   General Underwriters – Hendricks Regional Health, El Toro Mexican Restaurant in Brownsburg, The Republican Newspaper in Danville, The Payroll Department, Chapman Custom Bath.   All the Solid Gold music heard on WYRZ is courtesy of the Avon Chamber of Commerce Music Machine …

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  • 14 June

    Body of Elwood man recovered from White River

    (Noblesville) Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a body that was recovered yesterday evening from the White River. At approximately 8:06 p.m., first responders were dispatched to the area of the White River and State Road 13 for a male subject found submerged in the water. Charles E. Bond, 37, of …

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  • 14 June

    Brownsburg Neighborhood Under Boil Water Order Through Wednesday Afternoon

    Due to a water main break on Adams St., residents living in one north side Brownsburg neighborhood are under a water boil order. Residents living on Adams St. between Franklin and Parthenia Aves. and Parthenia Ave. between Adams and Jefferson Sts. are under a water boil order until 4 p.m. …

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  • 14 June

    INDOT increases starting salary for skilled trades positions

    INDIANA – The Indiana Department of Transportation recently increased compensation entry level pay for skilled trades positions throughout the agency. The new starting pay for entry level positions will be $20.00 per hour with a valid CDL and $19.00 per hour without a CDL. INDOT will also pay for CDL …

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  • 14 June

    Hendricks Regional Health Honors Comeback Athletes

    DANVILLE — Hendricks Regional Health is continuing its support of high school athletes in Hendricks County with the Comeback Athlete Award. One athlete from each Hendricks County high school was recognized for their return to competition following an injury, in addition to their leadership, sportsmanship and academic performance. All the …

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  • 14 June

    Consumer Alert: Watch out for home improvement scammers

    As summer begins, many homeowners across Indiana will begin planning for home improvement and repair projects. For some, those projects may become needlessly expensive and frustrating if they hire an unscrupulous contractor who does not perform the work they promised. Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita is warning Hoosiers to take …

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  • 14 June

    Pedestrian Struck by a Semi on I-465

    Indianapolis, IN – Saturday morning, at approximately 5:15 a.m., Indiana State Police Dispatchers received an emergency call of a person struck by a semi on I-465 southbound at the 16.3 mile marker. When first responders arrived they located a semi stopped in the center lane of I-465 and an adult male …

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  • 14 June

    WYRZ LIVE REMOTE – FTIC Job Fair – June 19th

    Join WYRZ for a Live Remote Saturday June 19th for the FTIC Job Fair at the Quality Inn in Brownsburg from 11am to 2pm! WYRZ will be broadcasting this Saturday from the Quality Inn in Brownsburg from 11am to 2pm for the FTIC Job Fair! Stop by, apply for a …

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  • 14 June

    Training infrastructure applications through the Regional Public Safety Fund are now open

    The Indiana Fire and Public Safety Academy offers financial assistance through the Regional Public Safety Fund to support regional training opportunities intended for first responders seeking state certification and continuing education. Eligible applicants include: Career fire departmentsCombination fire departmentsVolunteer fire departmentsNon-fire affiliated EMS agenciesVocational schools Read the Fire Training Infrastructure …

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  • 14 June

    Gov. Holcomb Announces $475 Million in Transformational Infrastructure Projects

    Evansville, Ind. – Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced a commitment of $475 million in funding dedicated to three transformational infrastructure projects across southern Indiana that will enhance Indiana’s top-rated transportation network as the Crossroads of America. The three projects Gov. Holcomb announced are: Design and construction of significant improvements to …

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  • 14 June

    Hiring Teens? Register with New System by July 1

    Effective July 1, 2021, schools will no longer issue work permits for minor employees (under age 18). Instead, employers who employ five or more minor employees will now be responsible for tracking and reporting minor-employee information via the state’s Youth Employment System (YES). YES is live now, and employers can …

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  • 11 June

    Behning: Eligible 4-year-olds can receive grant to attend pre-K

    STATEHOUSE (June 11, 2021) – Eligible 4-year-olds heading into pre-K during the 2021-2022 school year can now apply for On My Way Pre-K grants, according to State Rep. Bob Behning (R-Indianapolis). Established in 2014 as a pilot program and expanded statewide in 2019 through laws authored by Behning, On My …

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  • 10 June

    Accident Involving Three Commercial Motor Vehicles Claims the Life of a Houston Man

    Morgan County – June 10, 2021, at approximately 12:05 a.m., troopers from the Indiana State Police Putnamville Post and other first responders were dispatched near the fifty-two-mile marker eastbound on Interstate 70, to an accident involving three commercial motor vehicles. The preliminary investigation by Trooper Austin Fowler, revealed that Alfred Hill …

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  • 10 June

    Manufacturing Readiness Grants Extended Through 2023, $20M Available for Hoosier Manufacturers

    INDIANAPOLIS (June 10, 2021) – Applications for the Manufacturing Readiness Grant program, which was launched to stimulate private sector investments to modernize Indiana’s manufacturing sector, have re-opened to Indiana manufacturers across the state. Administered by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) in partnership with Conexus Indiana, this program has been extended …

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  • 10 June

    IMPD Partners with Social Change Organization to Help Reduce Crime Trends in the Near West Collaborative

    Indianapolis (June 10, 2021) – MovementForward, Inc., a modern, inclusive social change organization working to protect, promote, and advance the civil and human rights of all people, announced the launch of its mobile application, Community by MovementForward, Inc. This groundbreaking application aims to connect community members with the law enforcement …

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