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  • Trooper suffers minor injuries working Mill Race Marathon
    COLUMBUS, Ind. — An Indiana State Police trooper suffered minor injuries during the Mill Race Marathon Saturday. Around 8:19 a.m. 1st Sgt Perry Hewitt was struck at the intersection of State and Mapleton Streets by a car driven by 64-year old Sherry Waggoner. Hewitt was treated and released at Columbus Regional Health ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2016-09-26
  • Edinburgh man injured in Jackson County motorcycle crash
    REDDINGTON, Ind. — An Edinburgh man was slightly injured in a Jackson County motorcycle accident on Saturday. The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department says Victor Young, 58, was driving east on County Road 900N around 3:50 p.m., when failed to negotiate a 90-degree curve. Young’s motorcycle went off the road and into ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2016-09-26
  • Michigan manufacturer bringing 150 new jobs to North Vernon
    NORTH VERNON, Ind. —  The Jennings County Economic Development Commission and the Indiana Economic Development Commission say an automotive manufacturing supplier will bring 150 new jobs to North Vernon. The Midway Products Group from Monroe, Michigan plans to build a 200,000 square-foot facility on 72 acres in the north side industrial ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2016-09-24
  • Indy, Greenwood chambers partner to help small businesses
    GREENWOOD, Ind. — Chamber of commerce organizations in Greenwood and Indianapolis are teaming up to make capital dollars easier to procure for small businesses. The collaboration will offer microlending and counseling to existing businesses owners and entrepreneurs. Greater Greenwood Chamber Chief Executive Officer Christian Maslowski says, the partnership is key to its goal ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2016-09-24
  • BMV unveils new plate
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles has announced the next license plate design will be an image of a covered bridge over a creek. The design received 54 percent of the 330,000 votes cast in the competition. The new plates will be issued in January along with the “In ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2016-09-24