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First Financial donates to inclusion park

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First Financial Bank is providing a $50,000 grant to create the Greensburg/Decatur County Inclusion Park as a resource for those with physical and intellectual disabilities.

Seymour City Council approves Cummins tax abatements

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By The Seymour Tribune SEYMOUR, Ind. -- The Seymour City Council approved three tax abatements for Cummins Inc. that have an estimated $20.4 million worth...

A superb sesquicentennial: The Republic turns a big page today in the community

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The newspaper that readers first picked up from their porch just seven years after the Civil War ended now can be read online from a tablet or phone around the world.

Breast Health Center receives accreditation

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The American College of Radiology has designated Columbus Regional Health’s Breast Health Center as a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence in 2022.

Financial challenges plague rural hospitals, including in Indiana

Every time Paul Wilkinson walks into Rush Memorial Hospital, he says a small word of thanks that the 72-year-old rural hospital is still open for business.

Family partners dream up recipe for bakery’s prosperity

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Her start in the food business was out of necessity. “I needed to support myself — and work somewhere where I could get in enough...

A wage-price spiral … again?

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Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of columns from business analysts in the IUPUC Division of Business.

Lagging overseas travel: Fewer passengers means delays in adding international flights from IND

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It’s been nearly two years since COVID-19 led Delta Air Lines to stop flying its Indianapolis-to-Paris route, and airport officials still can’t say when the flight will return.

Exploring innovation: LaMothe talks about entrepreneurship and the future

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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Christopher LaMothe, retiring CEO of Elevate Ventures, once heard a story about a man who was recognized for his success and...

A downtown natural: Local entrepreneurs launch juice cafe

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The pandemic contributed to many restaurants closing in Columbus, among them Indiana Smokehouse, Joe Willy’s Burger Bar, Le Petit Caraibes and Lincoln Square, to name a few.