Brian Scott

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Hendricks County planning for Indiana's Bicentennial celebration

Planning for a massive, year-long celebration to commemorate Indiana’s Bicentennial or 200th anniversary as a state has begun, and help is needed at the local level to plan activities in Hendricks County in 2016. Local residents, business and civic leaders interested in learning about volunteer opportunities are encouraged to attend …

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Benham fills Brownsburg Town Council seat

Sean Benham was elected in a precinct caucus on September 12 to fill the Brownsburg Town Council Ward 5 seat. He has previously served on the Town’s Redevelopment Commission, Economic Development Commission, Brownsburg Improvement Committee, and the Comprehensive Plan steering committee. Benham has worked as a Risk Control Consultant with CNA …

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Coats: Democrats Should Allow Up-or-Down Vote on Iran Deal

WASHINGTON, DC – Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) today spoke on the Senate floor and called on Senate Democrats to allow an up-or-down vote on the resolution of disapproval on President Obama’s Iran deal. Coats cited the lack of information about Iran’s secret deals with the International Atomic Energy Agency as …

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State launches College Go! campaign with new college-planning resource

The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is kicking off the state’s annual “College GO!” campaign this month with a new-and-improved resource to guide Hoosier families through every step of the college and career planning process. The new Learn More Indiana website (LearnMoreIndiana.org) includes practical college- and career-readiness activities, tools to …

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Scarecrows Frame Courthouse Square During Month of October

DANVILLE, IN (September 16, 2015) –With that crisp chill in the air, and the changing color of the leaves around town, it’s time for one of the most exciting Downtown Danville traditions—the Scarecrows are coming! “The annual Scarecrow display traditionally brings in visitors from all over the state to visit …

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