- On the Move: Dec. 29, 2013
SOCIAL SECURITY: Resolve to create better retirement plan
Another New Year is just around the corner, offering a new opportunity to improve your life in any number of ways with a wise New Year’s resolution or two. (No doubt, for most of us the possibilities are endless.) But one good idea for many might be creating (or updating) a long-term financial plan.
Graduates ready to begin career at Stark Industries
The graduation ceremony for the first “CNC Machinist NOW” class took place on Dec. 20 on the campus of Vincennes University. The 10 graduates, nine of which are military veterans, will begin working for Stark Industries in Terre Haute within the next two weeks.
Business Cents: The advantages and disadvantages of the commission structure
As many of you may already know, salaries are one of the largest expenses — if not the largest expense — of a company.
ISU students taste success in ‘sweet’ project
While Dana Miller savored the samples of pastry to determine which would be served as her wedding cake, she didn’t think it would serve up another inspiration: a startup business venture.
SOCIAL SECURITY: Some FAQs on Social Security
Q: I’m getting married soon. How can I get my name changed on my Social Security card?
- ON THE MOVE: Dec. 22, 2013
- NEWSMAKERS: Dec. 22, 2013
BUSINESS CENTS: Hands-on approach hikes customer loyalty
What do you do to retain your customers? Have you developed a marketing plan? Have you composed a calendar to determine when you will launch and participate in advertising activities?
SOCIAL SECURITY: Avoid winter’s perils by going online for SS business
Although it seems to have come a bit early this year, Old Man Winter officially arrives Dec. 21.
- On THE MOVE: Dec. 15, 2013
Start with basics when it comes to saving for retirement
No matter where you are in the retirement planning process, there are a few important steps to make sure you have covered:
Briefly: Dec. 15, 2013
Open house at Anytime Fitness
Vectren offers Gift of Energy program
BUSINESS CENTS: Maintaining the well-being of our residents
What is sustainability? Does it apply only to large cities and corporations?
NEWSMAKERS: Dec. 8, 2013
Vigo County Judge Michael Rader was among 36 judicial officers recognized by Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Brent E. Dickson for their commitment to higher education.
Bon-Ton Stores raises $5.8 million
Bon-Ton Stores, Inc., which operates Carson’s, has announced that its Community Days fundraising effort raised approximately $5.8 million.
Shop United in Clay, Sullivan counties
Shopping in Clay and Sullivan counties on Friday can benefit the United Way of the Wabash Valley and participating merchants.
SOCIAL SECURITY: Start a new tradition with Social Security
The holiday season has arrived — a time of year that is steeped in tradition.
Cayuga kicks off Red Kettle Campaign
Cayuga has kicked off its Red Kettle Campaign.
ON THE MOVE: Dec. 8, 2013
On Nov. 13, five Indiana State Police Troopers from the Putnamville District were recognized for achieving a milestone in their respective careers: 25 years of service to the department. Each of the five was a member of the 46th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy that graduated on Nov. 13, 1988.
Indy developer interested in vacant ISU towers
The walls of Indiana State University’s Statesman Towers won’t be tumbling down anytime soon, despite a planned demolition that is now on hold.
The extra step: Feed company gets special certification
Graham Feed Co. in Terre Haute has attained a Safe Feed/Safe Food Certification from the American Feed Industry Association.
Drop off toys at Menards
In the spirit of Christmas, the Terre Haute Menards home improvement store is serving as a toy drive drop site.
Have Lunch with a Lawyer on Dec. 16
Lunch with a Lawyer will welcome Terry Tolliver of the Indiana Office of Attorney General, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec. 16 at Wabash Senior Activity Center, 300 S. Fifth St.
Terre Haute Red Lobster remodels
Red Lobster has completed the remodeling of its Terre Haute restaurant at 3407 S. U.S. 41, in a style inspired by the New England coast.
SOCIAL SECURITY: Day focuses on helping people with disabilities
The United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities is annually staged on Dec. 3 to focus on issues that affect people with disabilities worldwide.
Newsmakers: Dec. 1, 2013
On THE MOVE: Dec. 1, 2013
On the move
Morton J. Marcus: Competing views of buying, giving and receiving
“What is the purpose of this season of buying and buying more?” asks Oliver Offenon.
“That’s a twisted view,” I respond. “It’s the season of giving. Buying is a necessary activity people engage in as they prepare to give.”
On the Move: Nov. 24, 2013
The music department at Lincoln Trail College in Robinson, Ill., announces three new part-time faculty.
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