Tag: indiana

Will the feds strip Prince’s hard-earned fortune

Will the feds strip Prince’s hard-earned fortune

| May 2, 2016

By Rex Bell Having operated a construction and home building business for 42 years, I’ve seen and tried a few things that worked and a few things that didn’t work, and tried to abandon or make adjustments to the things that didn’t, and tweak the things that did. A few years ago, some ne’er-do-well cut […]

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List of political candidates on the Allen County ballot of the Indiana May Primary Election

List of political candidates on the Allen County ballot of the Indiana May Primary Election

| April 26, 2016

ALLEN COUNTY—On May 3, eligible citizens will go to the polls to vote in the Indiana Primary Election. As experienced voters know, the Primary Election is not designed to actually elect people to office but, rather, to choose which candidates will go on to compete in the November General Election, during which voters will make […]

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List of political candidates running for county, statewide, national office  in the Indiana May Primary Election

List of political candidates running for county, statewide, national office  in the Indiana May Primary Election

| April 25, 2016

STATEWIDE—On May 3, eligible citizens will go to the polls to vote in the Indiana Primary Election. As experienced voters know, the Primary Election is not designed to actually elect people to office but, rather, to choose which candidates will go on to compete in the November General Election, during which voters will make a […]

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AARP monthly meeting to feature identity theft presentation

AARP monthly meeting to feature identity theft presentation

| March 7, 2016

FORT WAYNE—The Allen County Chapter 187 of AARP is scheduled to hold its monthly free educational presentation at 2 p.m., April 7 at the Community Foundation, 555 East Wayne Street, Fort Wayne, at the corner of Wayne and Monroe streets. Bruce Mueller from the Office of the State Attorney General’s Office is scheduled to offer […]

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Who are the Libertarians and why do they bother?

Who are the Libertarians and why do they bother?

| February 18, 2016

By Joe Hauptmann Special to Frost Illustrated Since 1994, Indiana voters have had at least three choices in the November elections. These choices are the Republican Party, Democrat Party and the Libertarian Party. Since most officials elected are Republicans and Democrats, the question is who are the Libertarians and why do they bother running? There […]

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Indiana needs water plan to avoid Flint-like disaster

Indiana needs water plan to avoid Flint-like disaster

| February 10, 2016

By Denise Abdul-Rahman The Rev. Dr. Cornell William Brooks, of the NAACP spoke at a Mass meeting held in Flint, Mich. He said: “We are here seeking justice for children that have been poisoned in their own communities. “We are here to disentangle one of the most profound environmental social justice challenges of our time.” […]

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A talk with Francisco Townsend of the YMCA

A talk with Francisco Townsend of the YMCA

| February 3, 2016

By Eric D. Hackley ERIC HACKLEY: I’m now speaking with Francisco Townsend. Francisco what is actually is your capacity with the Fort Wayne YMCA? FRANCISCO TOWNSEND: I’m the youth international director for the YMCA at Fort Wayne. HACKLEY: Recently, we had the opportunity to meet with you concerning a special project the YMCA has with […]

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Kevin Howell announces candidacy for U.S. Congress, Indiana District 3

Kevin Howell announces candidacy for U.S. Congress, Indiana District 3

| February 3, 2016

“We hold these truths to be self -evident, that all men, and yes, women, are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable right: that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”—President Thomas Jefferson FORT WAYNE—Political veteran Kevin Howell recently announced his candidacy for United States Congress representative […]

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Per capita income increases in Northeast Indiana for fifth consecutive year

Per capita income increases in Northeast Indiana for fifth consecutive year

| November 20, 2015

Courtesy of the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership FORT WAYNE—The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis released 2014 per capita personal income (PCI) numbers recently, and the good news for Northeast Indiana continues for the fifth consecutive year. The region’s per capita personal income as a percentage of national per capita personal income has increased. In 2009, Northeast Indiana residents […]

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Verizon Foundation invests more than $100,000 in Indiana STEM projects

Verizon Foundation invests more than $100,000 in Indiana STEM projects

| November 11, 2015

Courtesy of Verizon News Service INDIANAPOLIS—Verizon Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the nation’s largest and most reliable network, is investing more than $100,000 in Indiana students to drive engagement and interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), with many of its grants serving underserved youth. The foundation has established programs that enable students to […]

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