Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN


July 2, 2014

Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick

Kellogg departs from pacers

Indiana Pacers Vice President of Player Relations Clark Kellogg is leaving the organization. The team’s 1982 first round pick says he will continue to work as a CBS Sports college basketball analyst and has “no regrets.”

Dnr protects more indiana waterways

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has taken action to protect more than 31,000 acres along three state waterways. Parts of Sugar Creek, Austin Bottoms and the Wabash River are now permanently protected under the state Healthy Rivers Initiative.

Law scholars program

Wabash College and Indiana University have reached an agreement for law students. The memorandum of understanding involves a scholarship and mentoring program at the IU Maurer School of Law.

Companies to inspire employees

The city of Gary, Ivy Tech Community College Northwest, Methodist Hospitals, and NIPSCO are partnering to encourage personal growth and development. The idea is to engage employees through activities such as line dancing, a “Biggest Loser” contest, volunteering and financial counseling.

Rehab hospital names medical director

Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Wayne has named Heidi Lang medical director. Lang has worked in the Lutheran Health Network since 2002.

Purdue picks Latino Center director

Purdue University has named Aurelio Curbelo-Ruíz director of its Latino Cultural Center. He currently serves as director of multicultural programs at Iowa State University.

New director at IU Cybersecurity

The Indiana University Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research has named Von Welch director. He has been the center’s deputy director since 2011 and will succeed Fred Cate, who will serve as a senior fellow.

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