(UNDATED) - Indiana's First Savings Bank and an Aurora Company which once made parts for cotton gins are among 97 Hoosier companies honored at the statehouse Wednesday for more than 50 years in business.
Then-Governor Evan Bayh began the annual century and half-century business awards in 1991.
Businesses do not automatically receive the honor on their centennials, but must be nominated for a history of service to their communities.
28 honorees have been in operation for a century or more.
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