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  • Ivanson, Alyssa; Walker, Erin; Thomas, Joe; Showalter, Brandt; Bormann, Colleen
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  • The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles will be open for extended hours on November 8, 2005 to accommodate citizens before Election Day (November 9, 2005). A new law requires all would-be Indiana voters to present a state-issued photo ID before voting.; Ball Memorial Hospital held its third annual Health Center, an open house which offers discounted prices on some health, vision and hearing services.; The Institute for Innovation selected Sunnysi... more
    The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles will be open for extended hours on November 8, 2005 to accommodate citizens before Election Day (November 9, 2005). A new law requires all would-be Indiana voters to present a state-issued photo ID before voting.; Ball Memorial Hospital held its third annual Health Center, an open house which offers discounted prices on some health, vision and hearing services.; The Institute for Innovation selected Sunnyside Elementary School in New Castle, Indiana as one of six exemplary schools. The IFI honored SES for its utilization of technology in the classroom.; NewsLink Indiana shares tips on how to make one's Halloween decorating more pet-friendly.; Weather.; A resident of Anderson, Indiana is currently ranked as the top 14-year-old judo fighter in the country. She will be participating in an international competition in Costa Rica soon.; Fourth-graders from St. Lawrence Elementary School in Muncie, Indiana took a field trip to the Indiana History Train to observe an exhibit on Abraham Lincoln. The Indiana History Train is a traveling museum with rotating exhibits, jointly sponsored by the The Indiana Historical Society and The Indiana Rail Road Company. less
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