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With Indiana's stay-at-home order in place since March 25, Wabash Valley real estate agents and brokers are turning to technology to help sell homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Vigo County Redevelopment Commission, via a telephone conference meeting, Tuesday approved easements for Vectren Energy Delivery of Indiana, Inc.Vectren intends to construct a natural gas regulator that will service Saturn PetCare, and future fir

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Todd Nation, citing a concern that COVID-19 pandemic will impact voter turnout, Monday said the Vigo County Election Board should mail out an absentee ballot application to all registered voters in the county. Incumbent County Clerk Brad Newman disagreed, saying such a move could open the door to election fraud.

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Economic conditions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic are affecting decisions for production at the former Kellogg's bakery near the intersection of Main Street and U.S. 40 in Seelyville. Recent buyer Hearthside Food Solutions LLC said today there are no plans to bring that facility online soon.

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Indiana, like the nation, has seen a surge in unemployment claims as the coronavirus pandemic begins to take its toll on the economy.

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With a cell phone in one hand arranging next-day shipments, Bob Baseler Thursday used his other hand to answer his office desk phone. On Thursday, Baseler was focusing on eggs.

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The brakes have been applied to "drive-thru" confessions in Terre Haute, with the Archdiocese of Indianapolis telling the Rev. Dan Bedel the risk of COVID-19 spread was too high.

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