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July, 2021

  • 21 July

    Kroger seeks to fill 600 new associate positions for Indiana stores during Thursday hiring event

    [Indianapolis, IN.] July 20, 2021 – Kroger announced its latest campaign to add to the Kroger family across Indiana. This week, Kroger Central Division is ready to welcome applicants for 600 openings in its stores from South Bend to Bloomington.   “We like to say Kroger is a place where …

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  • 21 July

    Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarships Open on August 4th

    More than 24 scholarships are offered by the Hendricks County Community Foundation to local high school seniors, and the application to apply for these will be open this year from August 4 – September 15th. Applications for the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship (LECS) are available at the same time and …

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  • 21 July

    Attorney General Todd Rokita: U.S. Department of Education backs off critical race theory, marking a win for Hoosier families

    Earlier this week, the Biden Administration reversed course on educational proposals aimed at imposing the teaching of critical race theory (CRT), the 1619 Project, and other similar curriculum into America’s classrooms. The move comes on the heels of a 20-state letter led by Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita  pushing back against …

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  • 16 July

    Avon High School hires PE Teacher and Head Boys Basketball Coach Drew Schauss

    AVON, Ind., July 16, 2021 – The Avon Community School Corporation Board of Trustees approved the hiring of Drew Schauss as Avon High School (AHS) Physical Education (PE) Teacher and Head Boys Basketball Coach. Schauss comes to Avon from Logansport High School, where he was an educator and Head Boys Basketball …

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  • 15 July

    Auditor Klutz Announces $3.9 Billion State Reserve; Triggers Taxpayer Refund

    STATEHOUSE – State Auditor Tera Klutz, CPA announced today that Indiana closed the 2021 fiscal year with reserves of $3.9 billion. “Indiana once again exceeded expectations and soared through the recession with one of the fastest recoveries on record to end with a cash reserve of $3.9 billion at the …

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  • 15 July

    Indiana Bond Bank Returns Nearly $350,000 to 29 School Districts

    INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA (July 15, 2021) — In May 2021, as part of a newly launched ‘Indiana Bond Bank (IBB) Gives Back’ campaign, the IBB reimbursed 29 school corporations $348,175 in interest paid on tax anticipation warrants issued through IBB in 2020 during the height of COVID-19.  In summer 2020, schools issued …

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  • 15 July

    Local road closure to begin today as part of North Split construction

    MARION COUNTY, Ind. –The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announced today the full closure of Market Street. This closure is part of the larger North Split reconstruction project. Beginning on or after Thursday, July 15, Market Street between East Street and Highland Avenue will be closed to vehicular and pedestrian …

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  • 13 July

    Pedestrian Struck by a Vehicle on I-70 near Harding Street

    Indianapolis, IN – This morning, at 12:20, Indiana State Police Dispatchers began receiving 911 calls about a pedestrian struck on I-70 eastbound near Harding Street just west of downtown Indianapolis. The vehicle that struck the pedestrian left the scene. Upon arrival at the 79 mile marker on I-70, troopers located a …

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  • 13 July

    Attorney General Todd Rokita warns Hoosiers against telephone scam

    Attorney General Todd Rokita today issued an alert to Hoosiers to remain vigilant against a recent surge in telephone scams seeking to take advantage of consumers. An influx in reported complaints have shown that fraudsters are utilizing a telephone scam in which they impersonate a utilities customer service representative and …

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  • 13 July

    Brownsburg Taps Geans, Cook to be Co-Interim Town Managers

    The Brownsburg Town Council accepted the resignation of Town Manager Jeffery A. Eder at its meeting on Thursday, July 8 and named Assistant Town Manager Al Geans and Economic Development Director Deb Cook as Co-Interim Town Managers. The two started their new duties immediately. Al GeansDebbie Cook “In Deb and …

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  • 13 July

    W.S. Gibbs Memorial Park to Open on July 21

    Danville, Indiana – Hendricks County Parks & Recreation (HCP&R) invites the public to W.S. Gibbs Memorial Park in Avon for the park’s Grand Opening on Wednesday, July 21 at 9 a.m. W.S. Gibbs Memorial Park is a 70-acre facility located within the town limits of Avon, although its official address …

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  • 6 July

    State Road 267 will close Thursday just south of County Road 1000 North

    HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation announces a short section of State Road 267 will close Thursday, July 8 from just south of C.R. 1000 N. to C.R. 750 E. The contractor will be milling and resurfacing this area from approximately 8 a.m. until 8 p.m., weather …

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  • 6 July

    Claudia Duncan, Miss Indiana State Fair 2021, to Visit Hendricks County Fair

    Claudia Duncan, Miss Indiana State Fair 2021, will travel to Hendricks County on Saturday, July 10, to make an appearance at the Hendricks County Fair Queen Pageant. Claudia is the 62nd woman to be crowned Miss Indiana State Fair and is traveling to approximately 35 counties to promote the upcoming …

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  • 5 July

    Consumer alert: Products recalled in June

    INDIANAPOLIS – Attorney General Todd Rokita is encouraging Hoosiers who purchased consumer products that were recalled in June to take advantage of the remedies available to them. “Hoosiers, you do not have to put up with faulty products,” Attorney General Rokita said. “If something you purchased was recently discovered to …

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  • 5 July

    Tallman joins Indiana Dairy team

    INDIANAPOLIS — American Dairy Association Indiana (ADAI) has announced the appointment of Heather Tallman to its team as Innovation Partnerships Manager. Heather Tallman Tallman joins the dairy association after five years with the Indiana State Department of Agriculture’s Indiana Grown program – as Membership Development Program Manager and, more recently, …

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