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German American named to KBW Bank Honor Roll

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German American Bancorp, Inc. said it has been recognized as one of the highest performing banks in the country by being named to the Keefe, Bruyette & Woods (KBW) 2022 Bank Honor Roll. To be eligible for this award, a bank must have reported increases in annual earnings per share for 10 consecutive years.

Toyota Material Handling, Cornell Engineering announce partnership

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Toyota Material Handling (TMH) in Columbus and Cornell University’s College of Engineering in Ithaca, New York, have announced a unique partnership dedicated to the development of an innovative learning studio that incorporates Toyota equipment to elevate immersive engineering education to a new level.

Rao named Fellow in growing speciality

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INDIANAPOLIS — Dr. Vijay Rao, a cardiologist with Franciscan Physician Network Indiana Heart Physicians, has been named a fellow of the International Cardio-Oncology Society.

Taking advantage of the qualified charitable distribution

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Most people are aware that the SECURE Act raised the age you must begin taking money out of your IRA from 70-1/2 to 72. These distributions are known as your required minimum distribution, or RMD.

Association to have monthly meeting

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The South-Central Indiana Association of Health Underwriters (SCIAHU) will have its monthly meeting Thursday at the Mid-America Science Park in Scottsburg. The business meeting and legislative update will start at 9:30 a.m. followed by a two-hour continuing education credit class.

Woodworking school in Johnson County draws students from all over

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Henry Parry-Oakeden works on a small table. (IBJ photo/Mickey Shuey)

German American announces first quarter earnings

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JASPER — German American Bancorp reported first quarter earnings of $9.1 million, or $0.31 per share.

CASH COW: Indiana’s farmland prices hit historic high

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Land is a potential cash cow for Indiana farmers these days, with opportunities cropping up across the state for those trying to capitalize on rising property values and favorable federal tax conditions.

Bender retires from FPBH

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NORTH VERNON — Brad Bender retired from FPBH, Inc. on March 31.

Groundbreaking set for mixed-use development

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Flaherty & Collins Properties will break ground on The Taylor, a $41 million mixed-use project, featuring space for a future grocer, in downtown Columbus at 3 p.m. Thursday.