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Murphy Named To Indiana Tourism Academy Inaugural Class

INDIANAPOLIS (March 17, 2022) – New for 2022, the Indiana Tourism association launched the Indiana Tourism Academy. The mission for the academy is to provide education, resources and networks needed to develop travel professionals for the state of Indiana. The inaugural class was officially announced during the Indiana Tourism Conference […]

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Your chance to make (and save) history is now

Preserve Indiana history and save significant architecture with this newly presented historical opportunity. The Board of Commissioners of Henry County officially passed and approved a notice to accept purchase offers on the property located at 107 South 12th Street in New Castle, Indiana. “Your chance to make…and SAVE…history is now,” […]

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Food & Beverage recommendations move to county council

The Henry County Food & Beverage Committee wrapped up their work Thursday with not one project list, but two. The advisory committee is giving the Henry County Council a couple different options on how to spend a couple million dollars of local sales tax. The Food & Beverage volunteer committee […]

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Poynter Brothers Pro Shop coming up on 5 years in NC

When the Poynter brothers opened their Pro Shop for bicycles, skateboards, and paintball in New Castle, it created a new avenue for hobbies in New Castle. Along with the New Castle Action Sports park, children and adults who love riding are now able to do what they love to do […]

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EDC President excited about opportunities rolling into 2022

The New Castle-Henry County Economic Development Corp. finished 2021 off strong. The EDC is going into 2022 with some strong focuses on tourism, brand development and entrepreneurship. The Courier-Times spoke with New Castle-Henry County EDC President Corey Murphy about 2022. Murphy said, “It’s an exciting time to be in Henry […]

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State awards Henry County’s region $15 mil for READI projects

Governor Eric J. Holcomb, Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers and the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) Board of Directors approved plans Wednesday to award $500 million to support regional development plans across 17 regions representing all 92 counties. Henry County’s region, the East Central Indiana Regional Partnership, was awarded $15 […]

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