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IHSAA Teams Changing Classes

IHSAA Teams Changing Classes

Dozens of Indiana High School Athletic Association member schools will be participating in different classes over the next two years. The changes are based on reasons including fluctuating enrollment and Tournament Success Factor points.


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Department of Ed Issues 'Caution Light' to Indiana Colleges

Six colleges in Indiana have been placed under increased federal scrutiny. In a blog post from U.S. Department of Education Under Secretary Ted Mitchell says a school can be placed on the list for "a number of financial or federal compliance issues."

Commissions OK Zimmer, Biomet Deal

Zimmer Holdings Inc.'s (NYSE: ZMH) $13.4 billion deal to buy Biomet Inc. is closer to completion. The acquisition has received preliminary clearance from the European Commission and approval from the Japan Fair Trade Commission. The company expect...

Groundbreaking Set For Taylor University Project

Taylor University says it will break ground on a $20 million campus center next week. The LaRita R. Boren Campus Center will feature dining rooms, Chick-fil-A, a campus store, counseling center, the Taylor Student Organization and several offices.

Trine to Dedicate New Sports Facility

Trine University in Angola will dedicate the new SportONE/Parkview Softball Field next week. Several businesses donated $350,000 to fund the project.


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Retain Your Top Performers: Give Them TIME

You know it's important to hire great employees. That is why your organization has systems in place to recruit and hire the best people. But are you finding that getting the best and brightest employees to stay is another matter altogether? Can you afford to lose your top performers?

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