Cardinal Services Offers Free Estate Planning Workshop

If you are like most people, you have put off making a will, naming a health care representative, protecting your finances for your heirs and designating that final gift to your favorite charity. Perhaps you think it will be too costly to talk with an attorney, or maybe … Read More

Nursing Project Receives $1.5M Federal Grant

Community Health Network Foundation has been awarded a $1,497,635 federal grant to discover ways to deliver better health care, at lower costs, to diverse populations in Central Indiana while also strengthening Community Health Network’s nursing workforce and improving team-based care. The grant funding is provided by the Health … Read More

BSU Joins OrthoWorx University | Industry Advisory Board

OrthoWorx announced today that Ball State University has joined the OrthoWorx University | Industry Advisory Board, which was recently formed to better connect the technology and talent needs of Indiana’s orthopedic medical device industry with the assets and capabilities represented by Indiana’s higher education institutions. “Ball State has … Read More

Nextremity Solutions Named ‘Company To Watch’

The June 2014 employment numbers are out and Kosciusko County’s job growth and persons employed is twice the Indiana percentage. Nextremity Solutions Inc. of Warsaw has also been recognized as one of the “2014 Indiana Companies to Watch.” Information was presented by the Indiana Office of Small Business and … Read More

Fort Wayne Company Reports Higher Earnings

Steel Dynamics, Inc. (nasdaq/gs:STLD) today announced second quarter 2014 net income of $72 million, or $0.31 per diluted share, on net sales of $2.1 billion. By comparison, prior year second quarter net income was $29 million, or $0.13 per diluted share, on net sales of $1.8 billion; and … Read More

Lakeland Financial Presenting At New York Conference

Lakeland Financial Corporation (Nasdaq:LKFN), parent company of Lake City Bank, will be presenting at the Keefe, Bruyette & Woods 2014 Community Bank Investor Conference at 1 :30 p.m. Sunday, July 29, in New York. Interested investors may view a copy of the slides used in the presentation by accessing … Read More

Shopko Donates To Two Causes

From left are Tracy May, coordinator of Wawasee High School’s ECO Challenge; Dale Kovarik, Shopko store manager; and Stacey Anderson, development manager with CAPS.

Two area causes received $250 donations from Shopko in Syracuse Tuesday morning. The first to receive a donation check was Tracy May, with the Wawasee High School’s ECO Challenge team. This group seeks to provide at-risk students the opportunity to gain additional high school credits in order for … Read More

KHCH Helps Young Mother And Son Succeed

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Chelsie’s pregnancy seemed normal and her son Braxton looked like a healthy baby boy when she brought him home. What appeared to be new mother’s anxiety soon became a harsh reality when Chelsie took Braxton to his doctor five times in the first four days. She knew something … Read More

Fort Wayne Company Aquires Mississippi Company

Steel Dynamics Inc. (nasdaq/gs:STLD) today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire 100 percent of Severstal Columbus LLC (“Columbus”) from OAO Severstal. Located in northeast Mississippi, Columbus is one of the newest and most technologically advanced mini-mills in North America. Steel Dynamics will purchase … Read More

Indiana Private Sector Employment Rises

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The Hoosier State gained 10,000 private sector jobs in June, with every major industry sector experiencing growth. Indiana’s private sector gains signified the largest June increase on record. Since July, 2009, the low point of employment in the state, Indiana’s private sector has expanded by 235,300 jobs. Manufacturing … Read More

Kralis Brothers Foods Rumored Closing Untrue

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When Kralis Brothers Foods LLC, located at 2601 S. Tinkey Rd. in Mentone, sent employees home this week and shut down its operations, rumors began circulating that the closing would be permanent. However, according to plant manager Jay Boggs, the closing is entirely temporary. Kralis, one of three poultry … Read More