Indiana health officials are encouraging Hoosiers to protect themselves from tick bites while outdoors as warmer temperatures bring an increase in tick activity across the state.
Submitted photo: Dearborn County Federal Credit Union CEO, Katee Goodpaster, presents a $3,000 check for the Highpoint Health Foundation’s Hearing, Helping, Healing Campaign to Highpoint Health President and CEO Michael Schwebler, left, and Highpoint Health Foundation President Robert “Rocky” Schroeder.
Dedicated to improving the overall quality of life for its members and the residents of Southeastern Indiana, the Dearborn County Federal Credit Union has generously donated $3,000 to the Highpoint
It didn’t take long for contributors to match the $102,000 set aside by the Dearborn Community Foundation for its 12th annual Double Your Donation endowment matching campaign.
Some Indiana businesses have received a deceptive letter that may appear to come from the office’s Business Services Division.
“Safety first” sums up the unanimous approval by Lawrenceburg City Council to award a contract Monday, April 1, to repair the small playground at Ludlow Hill Park.