Green Sense Farms is a regional farming business that is innovating the way we think of farming in Northwest Indiana and beyond. Started in Portage, Indiana, they made their first shipment to Whole Foods Midwest distribution center in March of 2014, at a time when it was -20 degrees outside. As you can imagine, this allows them to fill quite a profitable and eco-friendly niche in the agriculture market, as they are able to supply local grocery stores with fresh produce year-round.
Growing up in West Lafayette, IN, Dr. Jerry Rodenbarger was destined to be a “Boilermaker”! He is a 1979 graduate from Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Jerry’s professional areas of interest are small animal (dogs and cats) and equine. He also has a special interest in orthopedics, soft tissue surgery, and reproduction. Dr. Jerry is a primary surgeon at Vale Park Animal Hospital. He uses the latest in surgical technology, and is well skilled with our hospital’s surgical laser as well as our laproscope used for minimally invasive procedures. His wife, Linda, teaches 2nd grade and together they have raised three great children (now all adults). Outside activities and interests include church, community volunteerism, virtually all sports, and travel.
Safety Belt Usage
The results are in from the Seat Belt Usage by Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers (SBUCMVD) Survey from 2016. The survey showed that the overall safety belt usage for drivers of all medium and heavy duty trucks and buses was up to 86% in 2016 from 84% in 2013. The survey is a nationally representative field data collection program that provides estimates of safety belt usage by drivers of medium and heavy duty commercial motor vehicles.
Each week the CCSK team goes live from Facebook to answer any questions from the online world and see what tips can be offered. The premise is: most will take legal tips from someone at the bar, instead of someone that took that bar so the CCSK team combined the 2 ideas and brings you: Tips from the Bar! As a new year hits, CCSK took a moment to recap all of the great education from 2017 and the best of all of those videos. Check them out here:
Personally, I love before and after pictures. They can be of anything. People, places or things. There’s something satisfying to me about seeing a house that’s been rebuilt or redecorated, or simply cleaning something and seeing the dirty area, then the clean area side by side. I love seeing progression between people who change their bodies, or just grow up.
When it comes to sump pumps, keeping it well maintained can be the difference between a major headache paired with a potentially large clean up bill and going about your everyday life as usual. Everyone has heard the horror stories of a friend or family member’s sump pump failing and wreaking havoc on their basement.
Methodist Hospitals is a Daisy Award Partner. The Daisy Award is an international program that rewards and celebrates the extraordinary clinical skill and compassionate care given by nurses every day.
We have two court systems in the United States: The Federal and the State courts. Both Federal and State courts have pros and cons, and here are some tips from the team at CCSK of when you may or may not go to federal court:
Craig M. Dwight, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Horizon Bancorp (NASDAQ GS: HBNC) is pleased to announce that on December 19, 2017, the Boards of Directors of Horizon and its wholly owned subsidiary, Horizon Bank (collectively, “Horizon”), named James D. Neff as President of both Horizon and Horizon Bank. In addition, Mr. Neff will serve on Horizon Bank’s board of directors. The promotion was effective January 1, 2018. Mr. Dwight stated that “Mr. Neff has been an integral part of Horizon’s executive management team since 1999 and a major contributor to Horizon’s success. As President, Mr. Neff will oversee retail banking, community reinvestment, retail mortgage, warehouse and consumer lending. His expanded authority and responsibilities will ensure Horizon’s continued commitment to excellence and profitable growth.”