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Research shows that daily exposure to preschool education creates a firm foundation for an academic career and improves chances of success later in life. But in Indiana, children who get these opportunities are in the minority.

It’s stated, “There’s an increasing amount of evidence that singing releases endorphins, serotonin and dopamine – the ‘happy’ chemicals that boost your mood and make you feel good about yourself. Scientists believe that’s one of the reasons why people report being on a high during choir sessions and continuing to feel positive, uplifted and motivated afterwards.”

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BLOOMINGTON -- Indiana hired Chad Wilt as its new defensive coordinator Friday.

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As we salute Dr. Martin Luther King’s 93rd birthday today and commemorate the MLK National Holiday on Monday, we ruefully reflect on a year of protests outside the murder trials of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and anti-Asian violence in Atlanta. Coupled with critical race theory classroom conflict and Voting Rights legislation politics, race relations are precariously positioned, it appears.

As NFL contracts for first-year players grow richer and the annual bowl schedule expands, more players are choosing to opt out of the season-ending showcases. As CNHI's Kevin Brockway and Elton Hayes learned, there are no easy solutions.

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Note: This story has been changed to more accurately identify who may sign the petition. Any registered voter who resides in the district, regardless of if they own property, and anyone who pays property tax in the district, regardless of if they reside there, may sign the petition.

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