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INDIANAPOLIS — The U.S. Postal Service on July 6 announced the addition of the Innovation stamps to its 2020 stamp releases. Additional details, including the date of purchase, will be announced soon. All images are preliminary and are subject to change prior to printing.

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The consensus narrative in the stock market appears to be one of renewed volatility. It is as if market participants have magically discovered the path of future equity market prices with little regard to what may happen if such a consensus is wrong.

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Creatives in northeast Indiana and throughout the state will have access the first full week of July to advice on financial survival during the COVID-19 recession from the head of the local gBETA business development program.

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Even with many plants continuing production as essential businesses during Indiana’s COVID-19 lockdown, the state’s manufacturing employment fell 16% from February to April.

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The research on the topic is quite clear: humans do better when they have the support of other humans. It is no different in the world of business. We become better leaders when we have mentors that invest in us and encourage us.

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A month before an extended contract between Parkview Health and insurance company Anthem of Indiana is set to expire, the two sides met. Parkview had until June 30 to respond to Anthem’s conditions. However, it asked for two more days, until July 2.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Since taking the reins of the Whitley County Economic Development Corporation in the spring, Dale Buuck has spent a large portion of his time tracking down Columbia City business owners to get them to fill out the necessary paperwork to continue with their city tax abatements.

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Wendy Robinson’s only goal June 30 was to not let her emotions get the better of her. But, after 47 years of service to Fort Wayne Community Schools, it was hard to finally say goodbye to the district in which she’s spent most of her life.

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INDIANAPOLIS — A post-Memorial Day surge in new COVID-19 activity around northeast Indiana appears to be slowing and abating, according to recent Indiana State Department of Health figures.

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All branches of the Allen County Public Library will reopen to the public July 6, according to a June 29 news release. However, the library will implement several changes to ensure continued safety of guests and staff from COVID-19.

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As Glenbrook Commons employees feared to leave their workplaces or were unable to get to their vehicles the night of June 27, the Fort Wayne Police Department used a new text feature to tell the drivers of hundreds of trucks to clear out of the retail area.

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Just a week after asking Allen County County Council for nearly $3.6 million to recoup losses from canceled events, the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum asked the Allen County Board of Commissioners for an additional $151,000 to replace lights in its parking lot.

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First Merchants Bank will open five new branches or loan production offices in low- to moderate-income communities as part of a $1.4 billion community investment plan with the National Community Reinvestment Coalition.

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AUBURN— Executive Director and CEO of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum Brad Anderson and his team knew they were going to be forced to close. In the few weeks before they shut down, they brainstormed ideas to help keep the museum relevant.

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With a strong supply chain and confidence in what its physicians have learned about dealing with a pandemic, Community Health Systems appears ready for whatever COVID-19 could have coming around the corner.