Brian Scott

I play on the radio from 7 am -1 pm weekdays on 98.9 FM WYRZ and WYRZ.org. Follow me on twitter @WYRZBrianScott or e-mail me at brian@wyrz.org.

Coats: Create Safe Zones In and Near Syria

WASHINGTON, DC – Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.), a member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, spoke on the Senate floor this week and reiterated his call for the establishment of safe zones around Syria for refugees fleeing the country’s civil war. “Each day, this migration crisis grows worse,” said …

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500 Festival Announces New Hires

INDIANAPOLIS (March 9, 2016) The 500 Festival, a nonprofit organization providing life-enriching events and celebrating the legacy of the Indianapolis 500, today announces the following new hires:  Tabitha Bolen has been hired as an administrative assistant. Her duties include providing administrative and office support for all of the 500 Festival …

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Three Suspects Arrested For Drugs in White County

On March 10, 2016 at approximately 3:45 p.m. Troopers from the Indiana State Police at the Lafayette Post and the White County Sheriff’s Department went to 6827 East 175 North near Monticello, where three suspects were arrested for several different drug charges stemming from information received from the public. The …

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LANANE: Session defined by missed opportunities

INDIANAPOLIS – Senate Democratic Leader Tim Lanane (D-Anderson) released the following statement after the Indiana Senate adjourned sine die Thursday evening. “Our state faces critical challenges and we largely failed to meet them this session. “Instead, we pushed off difficult decisions for another year. Kicking the can that much further …

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Donnelly Statement on United Technologies Executive Confirming Corporation’s Moving Jobs to Mexico to Chase Cheap Wages

Washington, D.C.—U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement in response to Robert McDonough, President, UTC Climate Controls & Security confirming the corporation is moving jobs to Mexico to take advantage of low wages.  Donnelly said, “United Technologies’ decision to move Hoosier jobs to Mexico was based on chasing cheap …

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