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Business

  • Google training at the Depot April 18

    TELL CITY – Representatives from Truly360 will be at the Depot, 333 Seventh St., Tell City, on Thursday, April 18, at 9 a.m. for a free event to share how to use the different tools available through Google and the different ways the county can highlight its resources.

    Training points will include, understanding online assets, branded street view, public perception, increasing Facebook views, improving ads performance, generate new traffic to business, increasing rank on Google platforms and detailed analytics.

  • Ivy Tech to host software bootcamps in April

    TELL CITY – A Microsoft Excel Boot Camp is planned in the first offering of Ivy Tech Community College’s “Our Community Works Training Series.” The Boot Camp will be offered at the Ivy Tech Tell City Career & Technology Center.

    This training is offered in three levels and students may attend one, some, or all of the courses. The classes will help individuals gain the skills in software areas employers want most. Each course includes two sessions of hands-on training and customized course content for business and industry.

  • Hauenstein’s honored with Governor’s Century Award

    By VINCE LUECKE

    Editor

     

    A Tell City business with more than 150 years of history was honored last week by Gov. Eric J. Holcomb with a Governor’s Century Award. 

    Hauenstein’s, which is marking its 153rd year, originally started as a sales and repair shop for horse bridles. Today, it is still a family-owned store operated by Albert and John Hauenstein. The store has served generations of Tell City residents and those living in surrounding communities.

  • Southern Indiana Power lineworker to brighten life in Guatemala

    TELL CITY – Southern Indiana Power lineworker Travis Goffinet will join a crew of 13 other Indiana electric cooperative lineworkers traveling to Guatemala in late March as part of an international initiative to bring electricity to a developing area in Guatemala.

    Project Indiana: Empowering Global Communities for a Better Tomorrow will bring electricity to a part of the Central American country where none is available. The crew will spend March 24 through April 9 electrifying the village of San Jacinto in east central Guatemala.

  • How TIF affects school coffers

    Sherri Flynn

    Guest Columnist

     

    Editor’s note: This column originally ran in the winter 2019 edition of The Journal, the Indiana School Board Association’s magazine.

     

  • Jones newest rep for News ad team

    TELL CITY – Hannah Jones has joined the advertising staff for the Perry County News andSpencer County Journal Democrat, focusing on Spencer County advertisers and sales.

    Jones is a Tell City resident who recently moved back to Indiana to be with family after a six-month stint in Los Angeles, Calif.

  • Hoosier Hills CU receives five-star ranking

    BEDFORD – Hoosier Hills Credit Union has once again been honored with a Superior Five Star rating from the independent research firm BauerFinancial, Inc. The Five Star score is the highest available ranking and marks Hoosier Hills Credit Union as one of the strongest financial institutions in the country.

    “Maintaining a strong institution that helps our members achieve their financial goals is our top priority, and we are pleased to be awarded this honor from Bauer,” said Hoosier Hills President and Chief Executive Officer George McNichols.

  • Gatwood nominated for Little Company of Mary Physician Award

    JASPER – Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center has announced the names of the top six physicians nominated for the seventh annual Little Company of Mary Outstanding Physician Award.

    They are Mary Burgeson, M.D., Adam Dawkins, M.D., Isaac Gatwood, M.D., Frank Hopkins, M.D., Kristi Nord, M.D., and David Rizk, M.D. This award is named in honor of the Little Company of Mary Sisters - USA, the sponsors of Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center.

  • Cochenour earns financial advising excellence awards

    TELL CITY – Mallory Cochenour of the Edward Jones financial services firm in Tell City recently received the firm’s Ted Jones Entrepreneurial award for her exceptional achievement in building client relationships and the “TNT” Client Development award for her outstanding service efforts over the past year.

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