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Our nine-county region continues to be an outstanding environment for businesses and people focused on innovation. Just consider these recent developments!


Mid-America Commerce Park Designated Indiana Shovel Ready Gold Certified Site

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WHITE COUNTY – Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann and local officials and representatives from the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) announced the designation of the Mid-America Commerce Park as Indiana Shovel Ready Gold. Located at 911 N. 1200 W. in Wolcott, the nearly 197-acre site is surrounded by a variety of industries including   …Continue Reading


The ITC Region is centric to Agriculture within Indiana

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A recent Statehouse event acknowledged the strength and perseverance of the family farm in Indiana.  Hoosier Homestead awards were presented by Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann at the Indiana Statehouse on March 6, 2015. Of the sixty-six farms recognized, fourteen were within the ITC Region. The significance of agriculture within the economic development matrix continues to   …Continue Reading


Grant Secured for High-School Vocational Training

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PULASKI COUNTY – The Pulaski County Economic Development (PCED), with the assistance of an education consultant, submitted an application through the Region 1 Works Council for a Career and Technical Education (CTE) innovative-curriculum grant. Local employers pledged financial support, in-kind contributions, or both; the Pulaski County Community Foundation (PCCF) and the Pulaski Alliance for Community   …Continue Reading


Pulaski County one of six communities chosen for new State program

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PULASKI COUNTY – Pulaski County was selected by the State of Indiana as one of six participants in the inaugural round of the Hometown Collaboration Initiative (HCI). Sponsored by the Office of the Lieutenant Governor through the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA), in partnership with Ball State’s Building Better Communities, the Ball   …Continue Reading


Manufacturing Day 2014 WorkOne West Central

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Manufacturing day held in 12 counties across West Central Indiana October 3, 2014. 12 Manufacturer Tours, 42 Career Ready Workshops, Manufacturers, 370 High School Students Click to view.


Benton County welcomes Bio-Process Innovations to Otterbein

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BENTON COUNTY, INDIANA – The Bio-Process Group provides process technologies, R&D services, engineering packages, bio-refining systems and project development for improving the efficiencies and profitability in the production of renewable bio-based products, bio-fuels, ethanol and chemical from the bio-mass feedstocks: sugars, grains & starch, lignocellulosic biomass, fats & oil, paper & pulp, and waste agricultural/   …Continue Reading


Beyond Electricity: Three Counties are Big Fans of Wind Energy

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BENTON COUNTY, INDIANA – In recent years, American communities have faced the related concerns of rising energy prices, threats from climate change and economic insecurity.  Sherman County, Oregon; Benton County, Indiana; and Huron County, Michigan have addressed these issues by adopting innovative approaches to wind energy, solving a range of diverse problems from preserving farmland   …Continue Reading


Benton County 2014 Hoosier Hospitality Award Winner

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BENTON COUNTY, INDIANA – Friday, August 15th at the State Fair in Indianapolis, Lt. Governor, Sue Ellspermann, presented the 2014 Hoosier Hospitality Award to Benton County Economic Development Director, Kelly Kepner.  Kelly was one of the eighteen winners, from across the state, to receive such an honor.    On behalf of the Indiana Department of Tourism Development,   …Continue Reading


Texas-Based Transportation Equipment Supplier Chooses Pulaski County for Midwest Hub

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PULAKSI COUNTY – INDIANA – Antares Trailer, LLC, a supplier of flatbed trailer and intermodal chassis equipment, announced plans today to locate its Midwest hub here, creating up to 42 new jobs by 2017. The Houston, Texas-based company will lease, renovate and equip a 50,000 square-foot building in Winamac. The facility, which will be operational   …Continue Reading


Purdue Research Foundation, Cook Medical partner on $12 million project to support life sciences startup opportunities

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TIPPECANOE COUNTY, INDIANA – Purdue Research Foundation and Cook Medical officials announced Tuesday (Feb. 4) plans to establish a $12 million evergreen investment fund to support Purdue-based life sciences companies. “Converting Purdue innovation into new products, companies and jobs is perhaps the most valuable way for our university to live up to its land-grant heritage   …Continue Reading


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