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The week of August 9-15, 2020 marks American Wind Week, a time to highlight and celebrate the progress of wind energy across the country. Randolph County has been fortunate to see the positive impacts of wind energy firsthand. The Headwaters Wind Farm and Bluff Point Wind Energy Center have …

(August 7, 2020) MUNCIE, IN – Second Harvest Food Bank announces the following Tailgate Food Distribution events.

The small building on the triangle near Harter Park and the cemetery in Union City, Indiana has seen many uses over the years. A sign above one of the doors still says Union City Monument Company. Most recently, it had been used by the park for storage. “We often drove past Harter Park in Un…

A small crowd gathered in Union City’s Artisan Park on Saturday evening to enjoy some music and cool beverages to benefit Cancer Services for Randolph County. Levi Driskell kicked off the 11th Annual Hip Sips event at 6:00 PM. The Governor Davis Band gave the audience a dose of the blues aft…

Like thousands of my fellow physicians who are members of the Indiana State Medical Association, I applaud Gov. Holcomb’s mandate for Hoosiers to wear face masks in public to prevent another surge of COVID-19.

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Portland – IU Health Jay is happy to announce that beginning August 3, 2020 Virtual Intensive Outpatient Services will be available locally. The Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program will provide a caring and supportive environment for individuals dealing with substance use disorders and othe…

On Friday, August 7th from 11 am-2 pm the Randolph County Community & Economic Development Corporation will join Apex Ag Solutions to celebrate their new facility. The former Driver Middle School building is now home to the manufacturing operation of owners Torey and Deanna Hunt. 

A recent revision to the state’s plan for returning to school is a game changer. The revised mandate will allow students to be seated just three feet apart as opposed to the previously mandated six feet. 

National Updates

With some states getting ready to lift their stay-at-home orders and relax their social distancing measures, it may seem that health officials have the coronavirus outbreak under control.