Business is Gouda For Indiana Cheesemaker

A northern Indiana environmental technology company is finding success in diversifying and taking advantage of the growing "farm to fork" movement. Rochester-based RapidView LLC has opened the Schnabeltier creamery and winery in Fulton County.

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Westfield to Announce Seat Belt Program

Westfield to Announce Seat Belt Program

Westfield-Washington Schools officials will detail a partnership Friday with Westfield-based IMMI. The district says it will be the first in Hamilton County to put seat belts on their school buses.

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ISU Announces New Provost

Indiana State University has named Michael Licari provost and vice president for academic affairs. He previously served in multiple administrative positions at the University of Northern Iowa, including a one-month stint last year as acting presid...

Pence Makes Multiple Board, Commission Appointments

Governor Mike Pence has announced appointments to nearly a dozen state boards and commissions. They include the Motorsport Commission, Public Retirement System and Job Creation Committee.

Officials to Cut Ribbon on Shared Services Center

A ribbon cutting is set Thursday for a $6 million project expected to create 320 jobs by 2017 in Fort Wayne. Lutheran Health Network says the Shared Services Center is nearly one-third of the way toward its hiring goal. The Lutheran affiliate prov...

Donors Push EDC Campaign Close to Target

The Whitley County Economic Development Corp. says it has secured two-thirds of a major fundraising goal. The "Start Where You Are" campaign is seeking $125,000 per year and President Alan Tio says the funding will help the organization continue a...

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Rural Indiana Benefits From Public Transit, Too

One measure of a healthy economy is unemployment figures. The lower the number, the better the health of a community, state or nation. The state celebrates when a company announces a major expansion or when a company decides to move jobs to Indiana. Those are, indeed, worth celebrating. Too often, though, getting jobs to Indiana is only part of the challenge.

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