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Panel to study medical marijuana for Hoosiers

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INDIANAPOLIS — Marijuana advocates have little hope of persuading a legislative study committee to recommend legalization of the drug in Indiana this year, but they are hopeful the committee’s work could set up a regulatory system to oversee its decriminalization in the not-too-distant future.

Glick honored at state fair

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A local woman was honored by Purdue Extension Women in Agriculture at the Indiana State Fair.

Auto enthusiasts pay thousands for customizable condos for their cars

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A condo belonging to Millennium Sounds owner Bill Lehman includes space for his 2020 C8 Corvette and two racing simulators. (Photo courtesy of Bill Lehman)

DSI rebrands with two partners

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Developmental Services Inc. has unveiled a new brand and logo to align with its newest partnership with two companies, Bona Vista Programs, Kokomo, and LIFEDesigns, Bloomington.

McCutcheon to lead Brown County Playhouse

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BROWN COUNTY — The Brown County Playhouse has hired Bob McCutcheon, who served as the production manager for John Mellencamp and has developed and contracted entertainment for Stars Across America, Beatlemania Now, the Nickle Plate District Amphitheater and many more, to lead program operations.

Ray’s Automotive receives state award

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Ray’s Automotive Center, Columbus, has received a Half-Century Business Award from the state.

Holcomb names new commissioner of workforce development

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INDIANAPOLIS — David J. Adams, the chief innovation officer at the University of Cincinnati, has been named commissioner of the Indiana Department of Workforce Development by Gov. Eric Holcomb.

Bringing back the ‘chips’: SkyWater project critical in microelectronics push

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WEST LAFAYETTE — SkyWater Technology Inc.’s plan for a $1.8 billion semiconductor production facility at Purdue University isn’t as flashy as chip-related announcements in other states—like the $17 billion Samsung Electronics project in Texas or the $20 billion Intel Corp. development in central Ohio.

History suggests stocks may enjoy a post-Midterm election bounce

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Seasonal tendencies of stock prices make for interesting conversation. Pundits offer the brilliant advice of “Sell in May and Go Away,” which means liquidate your portfolio to avoid a summer/fall swoon. Heeding this, you must then reverse course and be completely reinvested in time to catch the “Santa Claus Rally,” the market’s holiday gift to investors.

Cummins provides generator to Texas family

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HOUSTON – Cummins Inc. partnered with A&A Genpro Inc., a Houston-based provider of premier generator services, to give back to the community by gifting a home standby generator to a local resident. A&A Genpro Inc. installed a Cummins home standby generator free of charge at the family home of Houston native and 102-year-old World War II Veteran Ray Robinson.