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New businesses coming to Brownsburg

February 22, 2018 Brogan Dearinger

Brownsburg is growing exponentially, again. After a few years of stunted growth, the town is booming again. At the Brownsburg Chamber meeting this month, Town Manager Grant Kleinhenz announced many of the businesses coming, including […]

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Google Came To Town

December 1, 2017 Andrew Angle

Without hopping a plane, you typically can’t meet with Google staff in person. So far, I have encountered G-team members at conferences in NYC, Chicago, and Santa Clara; but on November 10-11, 2017, for the […]

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Moving On

August 31, 2015 Gus Pearcy

Deedee Daniel, longtime executive director of the Hendricks County Community Foundation, is retiring after 14 years on the job By Mike Beas There once was minor confusion pertaining to the spelling of the first name […]

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The abstract of kindness

August 31, 2015 Gus Pearcy

Community minded Lee Comer has made an impact on Danville and Hendricks County through his good business sense and generosity. By Gus Pearcy As a young boy, Lee Comer sat in the Royal movie theater […]

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General of Service

August 31, 2015 Gus Pearcy

Stan Bassett’s strategy keeps his HVAC company growing and going strong By Gus Pearcy Business can be compared to many things, such as sports or the rearing of children. Stan Bassett of Bassett Services Inc. […]

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Child advocate No. 1

August 31, 2015 Gus Pearcy

Emily Perry fulfills her dream with the creation and sustainability of Susie’s Place. By Gus Pearcy Hendricks County detective Susie Austin specialized in crimes against children. ­ Through programs that provided Teddy Bears to children […]

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Speer-heading the future

August 31, 2015 Gus Pearcy

CEO and President Kevin Speer leads the charge at Hendricks Regional Health By Gus Pearcy During the snowstorm last month, Hendricks Regional Health CEO and president, Kevin Speer could be found in his four-wheel drive […]

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Dough-Ray-Me

August 31, 2015 Gus Pearcy

Sole ownership has Brownsburg’s Teresa Ray of The Payroll Department singing a happy tune. By Mike Beas There are occasions and circumstances within business where less qualifies as more. Fewer employees, less hassle, simplified overhead. […]