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Indiana Supreme Court Won't Get Involved in Holiday World Case
Updated February 18, 2014 12:01 PM
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Indiana Supreme Court won't jump into the Holiday World ownership fight.

The Indianapolis Star reports the state's high court has unanimously denied a petition to hear an appeal of the state Court of Appeals decision last fall that awarded ownership of the Southern Indiana park to Lori Koch, the widow of former park President Will Koch.

The appeal was requested by Dan Koch, Will's brother, who came out on the losing end of the Court of Appeals ruling.

It now appears he has reached the end of his legal fight to gain control of the family-owned park from his sister-in-law.

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