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  • 1/16/2021 The University of Utah congratulates more than 9,700 students who were named to the Fall 2020 Dean's List. To qualify, students must earn a GPA of 3.5 or higher in at least 12 graded credit hours during any one term.

    Local students named to the Fall 2020 Dean's List include:

    Emme Goetz of Carmel, whose major is listed as Communication BS
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  • 1/16/2021 The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is urging the public to use added caution when heating their homes this winter. Home heating equipment is the leading cause of U.S. home fires during the months of December, January and February, when nearly half (48 percent) of all U.S. home heating equipment fires occur. January is the leading month for home heating fires.
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  • Hoosier writers to speak around the state and offer writing workshops as part of Indiana Authors Awards programs
    1/16/2021 Indiana Humanities selected more than 25 nonprofit organizations to host authors through the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Awards
    More than 25 organizations will host Indiana authors during 2021 as part of a statewide speakers bureau and writing workshop program offered through the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Awards. Category winners and shortlisted authors from the 2020 awards will visit communities virtually and in-person for the speaker program events to provide readings and discussions. 
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  • 1/16/2021 A Gallup survey shows high enthusiasm among Americans for renewable energy sources like wind and solar, and a growing number who think the U.S. should put less emphasis on fossil fuels like oil and coal.
    But amid the growing concerns about climate change and experts’ beliefs that fossil fuels are largely responsible, Americans wonder whether transforming to green energy would benefit their budget and the U.S. economy as well as the environment. Steve Melink (www.melinkcorp.com), ForbesBooks author of Fusion Capitalism: A Clean Energy Vision For Conservatives, says yes.
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  • 1/16/2021 What: Carmel’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration virtually from the stage of the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts
    When: Monday, January 18 at 6 p.m.
    Where: Online and on Carmel TV
    Cable Providers:
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  • HCSO adds Detective to Internet Crimes Against Children's Task Force
    1/16/2021 Sheriff Dennis Quakenbush is excited to announce a new partnership with the Hamilton County Metro Child Exploitation Task Force. This is the first time the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office has ever had a detective assigned to this multi-agency unit. This specialized unit is affiliated the federal Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) program in partnership with the Fishers Police Department.
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  • 1/16/2021 Mentoring usually refers to a manager, executive, or experienced employee guiding a younger person in the workplace, helping them acquire knowledge and new skills that foster professional growth.
    But with the expanding role of technology in today’s rapidly evolving business climate, a role reversal sometimes takes place – reverse mentorship. 
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  • 1/16/2021 Singer Jim Croce longed to put time in a bottle.
    Retirees aren’t always certain what it is they long to do with time, but one day they stop working and find they have a barrelful of it.
    “People often are so focused on making sure they are financially ready to retire that they forget to plan for what they want to do in retirement,” says Patti Hart, co-author with her husband, Milledge, of The Resolutionist: Welcome to the Anti-Retirement Movement.
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  • Daily Almanac: Jan. 16, 2021
    1/16/2021 Sunrise/Sunset
    RISE: 8:03 a.m.  
    SET: 5:46 p.m.

    High/Low Temperatures
    High: 35 °F
    Low: 27 °F
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  • Godby Book for sale

    If you, or someone you know, is a Sheridan history buff, the Sheridan Historical Society would like to recommend a new book now available in limited edition at the Sheridan Historical Society museum. The book is authored by Sheridan’s own Jim Godby, the founder of Godby Home Furnishings, and titled “Living the American Dream”.

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