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What to do with Lake Freeman? - Pharos-Tribune
MONTICELLO — A local conservation nonprofit last week set out to evaluate the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's plan for moderating Lake Freeman's water levels. The Shafer and Freeman Lakes Environmental Conservation Corp. appointed three members to a ...
One dead in Saturday Carroll County crash - Pharos-Tribune
CARROLL COUNTY — A 23-year-old Lafayette man is dead from a single car crash Saturday evening in Carroll County, near the Oakdale Dam. Nicholas A. Brietic, 23, Lafayette, was ejected from the passenger seat of the vehicle, driven by Justin T.
Division of labor: Legislature considers measure to cut worker hours instead of jobs - Pharos-Tribune
Division of labor: Legislature considers measure to cut worker hours instead of jobs by Maureen Hayden CNHI State Reporter Pharos-Tribune INDIANAPOLIS — Support may be growing in the Legislature for a program that lets employers cut worker hours ...
Locals reluctant to embrace work-share program - Pharos-Tribune
A proposal to let companies cut their employees' hours in lieu of layoffs has gotten mixed reactions among local manufacturing leaders. Proponents in a legislative hearing Tuesday in Indianapolis advocated implementing a work-sharing program in order to ...
HAYDEN: New Supreme Court chief a fierce advocate - Pharos-Tribune
Loretta Rush was already well known around the Statehouse – especially among tour guides – before she was sworn in as the first female chief justice of Indiana’s Supreme Court. Rush, who was first appointed to the court in late 2012, is a walker and ...
SOCIAL SECURITY: Get to know the faces and facts of disability - Pharos-Tribune
Perhaps the most misunderstood Social Security program is disability insurance, often referred to as SSDI. Some people mistakenly think that beneficiaries are “on the dole” and getting easy money for minor impairments. That’s not the case. There are ...
Ignoring due process injustice to students - Pharos-Tribune
Long ago and far away, a woman we hardly knew presented herself bruised and weeping on our doorstep one night. She told a vivid tale of woe. An old friend of our family she’d been dating had supposedly beaten her and thrown her down the stairs.
U.S. beats Turkey at Basketball World Cup - Pharos-Tribune
BILBAO, Spain (AP) — They figured it would be simple, that they would just beat up on Turkey like they did Finland a night earlier. Instead, the Americans were the ones on the ropes for nearly three quarters. "I guess we felt like [Saturday] night's game ...
Colts claim Shipley, announce practice squad - Pharos-Tribune
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts on Sunday claimed center A.Q. Shipley off waivers and started filling out their 10-man practice squad. Shipley played with the Colts in 2012 but was cut by Baltimore on Saturday. He adds depth to an injury ...
Patricia Jo Pursch - Pharos-Tribune
LAS VEGAS — Patricia Jo Pursch (née Herbst, née Williams), 75, Las Vegas, passed away Tuesday, April 1, 2014. She was born July 10, 1938, to the late Fred “Snap” and Stella Pursch, in Logansport. Patricia graduated from Logansport High School in 1956.