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SPIRIT OF COLLABORATION: Chamber looks at past, present and future at annual meeting

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The good life is one lived in praiseworthy competition with one’s ancestors.”

Chamber annual meeting reflects on history, and takes a look forward

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“The good life is one lived in praiseworthy competition with one’s ancestors.”  This proverb from Latin historian Tacitus one that J. Irwin Miller liked to quote, according to The American Scholar magazine. It was also shared by Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce President Cindy Frey at the chamber’s annual meeting Wednesday as she looked forward to what local leaders hope to accomplish...

Orange Leaf may be leaving The Commons

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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Orange Leaf may be leaving The Commons, meaning the downtown gathering place could soon see another restaurant vacancy. One of the items...

CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM: 2022 Indiana Business Outlook Panel experts expect challenges, and growth, next year

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IUPUC and Indiana University business experts predict that while certain economic difficulties and uncertainties are likely to continue in 2022, the year may hold some hope of economic progress, particularly if the COVID-19 pandemic does not worsen.

Plans for new jobs at two companies move forward

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Two separate companies made significant strides this week in their respective plans to bring new jobs to German Township. On Tuesday evening, the Bartholomew County...

A guide to whistleblowing, delivered by Frances Haugen

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By Michael Leppert I admittedly had not paid any attention to last month’s series of stories in the Wall Street Journal about Facebook. These investigative...

CUMMINS: Natural gas engine planned for trucks

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Cummins Inc. has announced that it will bring to market a natural gas engine for heavy-duty trucks, which the company said is part of...

Commission approves new site plans

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A site plan for the multifamily urban grocer project received city officials’ approval after being tabled for revision in September. The Columbus Plan Commission approved...

HELPING THE ENVIRONMENT: Toyota Material Handling recognized for efforts to reduce carbon footprint

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A local manufacturer has been recognized by state officials for its efforts to reduce its carbon footprint over the past five years. Toyota Material Handling, which...

Money in the bank: Child tax credit dollars head to parents

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WASHINGTON — The child tax credit had always been an empty gesture to millions of parents like Tamika Daniel. ...