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NEW ALBANY — The Indiana University Women’s Philanthropy Leadership Council, in partnership with the IU Foundation Well House Society, awarded over $11,000 to IU Southeast to support youth mental health first aid training for faculty and staff and the local community.

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana General Assembly gave final approval Thursday to a new two-year $37 billion state budget that is bolstered by $3 billion in federal coronavirus relief funding. The new budget takes effect in July.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — Attorneys for the Greater Clark County School Corporation have filed motions in a civil case related to child molestation seeking to close the upcoming trial to the public and prevent the plaintiff from speaking with news media.

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INDIANA — A three-year-old civil case involving collective bargaining agreements between four Indiana teacher’s associations — including that of the now-dissolved West Clark Community Schools — and a state education employment board is heading to the Indiana Supreme Court.

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HENRYVILLE — NASA’s latest mission to Mars is providing a unique experience for Henryville High School students to learn about what it takes to make a rover successful on the red planet, which educators say they hope can help inspire students toward future careers.

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INDIANA — A former Silver Creek High School teacher has lost his teaching license after an investigation into allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior with students. Some of the incidents were reported to have happened nine or more years ago.

In accordance with Indiana University COVID-19 policies, Indiana University Southeast is planning an in-person, outdoor May commencement ceremony for both 2020 and 2021 undergraduate and graduate students.

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — A piece of legislation making its way through the Indiana statehouse could extend to the next decade the sundown date on syringe service programs, which some Southern Indiana officials credit with saving lives through harm reduction methods.

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INDIANA — Preliminary data show that compared with 2019, last year had nearly a 50% increase in overdoses seen in emergency departments in Indiana, with an 18% rise across the U.S. in just the first four months of the pandemic.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — Numbers released from the Clark County Health Department show that during three months of 2020, drug overdose cases seen in the emergency room were at or well above the previous record — which health officials say points to the need for continued education and advances in tr…

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JEFFERSONVILLE — The sixth annual Clark County CARES Drug Facts Week starts Monday, a series of events meant to help provide resources and education to people affected by addiction and to connect groups and individuals to help find solutions.

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