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  • IDEM seeks nominations for 2017 Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence

    June 01, 2017 No comments

    Indiana Department of Environmental Management LogoINDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) is seeking nominations for the 2017 Indiana Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence. This award is the state’s most prestigious environmental recognition.

    The Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence is open to any Indiana citizen, business, nonprofit organization, school, or government agency. All projects submitted must demonstrate significant, measurable results that positively impact Indiana’s environment. Nominated projects must be sustainable, innovative, exemplary, and thoroughly documented. Nominations must be received by IDEM no later than 5 p.m. (EDT) Friday, July 28, 2017.

    To learn more about the Indiana Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence, including past awardees and the nomination process, please visit http://www.IN.gov/idem/GovAwards/ or contact Justin Paicely, IDEM’s Program and Compliance Director, at 800-451-6027 or GovAwards@idem.IN.gov.

     


    About IDEM
    IDEM (www.idem.IN.gov) implements federal and state regulations regarding the environment. Through compliance assistance, incentive programs and educational outreach, the agency encourages and aids businesses and citizens in protecting Hoosiers and our environment.

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  • Rokita Honors Hoosier Veterans

    June 01, 2017 No comments

    Calls on All Americans to Thank Servicemen and Women

    Washington, D.C. –Today, Congressman Todd Rokita walked the World War II Memorial with Hoosier veterans visiting with Honor Flight, a non-profit organization that flies veterans to Washington at no cost to see the memorials created in their honor.

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  • Update: Charges Filed on Driver of Mortuary Crash

    June 01, 2017 No comments

    Putnam County— On May 16th  Troopers responded to a one-vehicle crash in the westbound lanes of Interstate 70 near the 35 mile marker. The crash involved a mortuary services van transporting a deceased person.

    The preliminary investigation revealed a black 2013 Dodge Caravan, driven by 49-year-old Matthew J. Fitzthum of Clinton, IN., was westbound on I-70 and traveled off the roadway into the median, ultimately striking a tree.

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    Posted by in Statewide News

  • Tech Firm Plans Scaleup, Double-Digit Job Growth in Indiana

    June 01, 2017 No comments

    MyCOI LogoINDIANAPOLIS (May 24, 2017) – myCOI, a provider of cloud-based software for tracking and managing certificates of insurance, announced plans to expand its headquarters in Indianapolis, creating up to 185 jobs by 2021.

    “myCOI’s success showcases how an idea can transform into a thriving company that employs hundreds of hard-working Hoosiers,” said Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch. “As we enter our third century, we will continue to equip our job creators with the best tools by maintaining our fiscal predictability, creating a low-cost, low-tax business environment and investing in Indiana’s innovators, like myCOI, who create good, high-paying jobs for Hoosiers.”

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  • Indiana Republican Party Releases 2018 Convention RFP

    June 01, 2017 No comments

    Party Seeks Cities and Venues Interested in Hosting Thousands of Hoosiers at Biennial Event

    Indiana Republican Party LogoINDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Republican Party today released a Request for Proposal for the 2018 Indiana Republican State Convention to be held in June 2018. The purpose of this particular Convention is to select the Republican Party’s nominees for Secretary of State, Treasurer of State and Auditor of State. It is estimated that the Convention will draw 2,500+ attendees including approximately 1,700 delegates as well as guests, vendors and media. Typically, the Convention is held in Indianapolis, however in 2014, for the first time in Indiana Republican Party history, it was held outside of Indianapolis when Fort Wayne hosted the biennial event.
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    Posted by in Statewide News

  • Bella’s Tee Time Golf – June 10

    June 01, 2017 No comments

    Bella's Tee Time Golf

    Visit www.BellasTeeTime.com for sponsorship & registration information. Proceeds support hospitals serving families following infant loss.

    Posted by in Local Events

  • Mult-County Crime Spree Leads to Pusuit; Police Searching for Three Suspects

    May 31, 2017 No comments

    Robbery SuspectsIndianapolis, IN – A carjacking in Clermont led to a multiple county crime spree, a police chase and now a search for three suspects.

    At approximately midnight the victim was pumping gas at a Speedway Gas Station in Clermont when he was approached by two black males armed with handguns. His white Hummer H2 was stolen and later reportedly involved in two armed robberies. The first occurred at a hotel in Seymour Indiana and the second at a gas station in Columbus Indiana. After the second robbery, Trooper Kory Clark saw the white Hummer in the area of SR 46 and I-65 in Bartholomew County and a chase ensued. The pursuit continued north on I-65 through Johnson County and into southern Marion County where the suspect crashed at 3:51 a.m. near an apartment complex at Stop 12 and Madison Avenue.

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    Posted by in Indianapolis

  • Covered License Plate Results in Arrest

    May 31, 2017 No comments

    Clay County—On Wednesday May 17, at 6:42 in the evening, Indiana State Police Trooper Michael Organ stopped a white Chevy Tahoe near the 19 MM on I-70 for the license plate and expiration tag being obstructed.  Once the vehicle was stopped the driver initially refused to provide a driver license.  Trooper Organ was able to get a return on the vehicle and the return indicated the registered owner of the vehicle had a suspended driver’s license.  The male driver was extremely argumentative and refused to comply resulting in Trooper Organ requesting additional officers.  The driver of the vehicle eventually provided a Driver’s license and Trooper Organ confirmed he was in fact suspended.  Trooper Organ also noticed that the subjects Hand Gun permit was expired.  When questioned if he had guns on his person the driver refused to answer and made several anti-government statements. The male driver exited the vehicle and demanded to see why he was stopped. Trooper Organ noticed that the subject was attempting to hide his right side from him. When advised he was going to be patted down for safety reasons the subject refused, pushed Trooper Organ away and stated, “It’s none of your business”.  Trooper Organ noticed an outline of a gun in his right pocket. At this time other troopers were on scene and Trooper Organ was able to take the driver into custody

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  • Need help identifying a fish? DNR can help

    May 31, 2017 No comments

    Indiana Department of Natural Resources LogoWith more than 200 fish species in Indiana waters, anglers sometimes catch fish they can’t immediately identify.

    A new online tool through the DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife can help. The Fish Identification Form allows the public to submit photos and information for free directly to fisheries biologists for help with identification.

    The form is at wildlife.IN.gov/9448.htm.

    The new tool will not only serve anglers but also benefit science. Information collected from the forms will help biologists track rare species and identify locations of invasive species. Read more

    Posted by in Statewide News

  • USDA Encourages the Use of Food Thermometers to be Food Safe this Summer

    May 27, 2017 No comments

    USDA LogoWASHINGTON, May 25, 2017 — Summer is a time for family vacations, backyard barbeques and plenty of outdoor activities with food as the centerpiece. But before those steaks and burgers go on the grill, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) wants to remind consumers to keep their family and themselves safe from foodborne illness by using a food thermometer to ensure meat and poultry is cooked to the correct internal temperature.

    “The best and only way to make sure bacteria have been killed and food is safe to eat is by cooking it to the correct internal temperature as measured by a food thermometer,” said FSIS Administrator Al Almanza. “It is a simple step that can stop your family and guests from getting foodborne illness.”

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    Posted by in Statewide News

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