Commissioners vote to distribute opioid settlement funds

BEDFORD – Several organizations requested a share of the county’s opioid grant money, and some requests were honored during Tuesday mornings at Lawrence County’s Commissioners…

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Community Corrections saves county millions in incarceration fees

BEDFORD – Chad Shew with Community Corrections presented the Lawrence County Commissioner with statistics for the year 2023. Lawrence County Community Corrections saves the county thousands…

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US Department of Energy selects Heidelberg Materials’ new cement plant in Mitchell for Industrial Demonstrations Program Funding

MITCHELL — Heidelberg Materials North America is pleased to announce it has been selected for award negotiation to receive up to $500 million in funding…

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Indiana Republican governor candidates to use debate to appeal to undecided voters

INDIANA – Nexstar Media Group, the parent company of FOX59/CBS4, is hosting the state’s first televised Republican gubernatorial debate at 7 p.m. on Tuesday. The…

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Attorney General Todd Rokita reveals faulty COVID-19 data in shocking report

INDIANA – On the fourth anniversary of Indiana’s stay-at-home orders, Attorney General Todd Rokita unveiled the results of a report he commissioned to expose the numbers…

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Rep. Houchin’s Students Bill of Rights Act of 2024 advances through the Education and Workforce Committee

WASHINGTON, D.C. —The Education and Workforce Committee passed the Respecting the First Amendment on Campus Act last week. Congresswoman Erin Houchin’s Students Bill of Rights…

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Cell phones are now banned in Indiana school classrooms

INDIANA – Next fall, kids in Indiana public schools will face a ban on cell phones in classrooms. Senate Enrolled Act 185 bans “any portable…

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The City of Bloomington Common Council will meet on Wednesday, March 27

BLOOMINGTON — The City of Bloomington Common Council will meet on Wednesday, March 27, starting at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Council…

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Braun, Bladwin lead Bipartisan Bill to ease barriers to farmland ownership for next generation

WASHINGTON – Friday, U.S. Senators Mike Braun and Tammy Baldwin introduced new legislation to break down barriers to farming and agricultural land ownership and help more…

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Indiana and Arkansas co-lead 18 other states + D.C. in calling on Congress to fix hazy language in Farm Bill 

INDIANA – Attorney General Todd Rokita and Attorney General Tim Griffin are co-leading 18 other states plus the District of Columbia in a bi-partisan effort to…

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