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Chris Barkdull, owner of CB Fabricating, explains the operation of the new laser cutter the company recently purchased as part of a $2 million expansion in Anderson.
CB Fabricating makes $2 million investment
A local business founded in 2006 has invested $2 million in new equipment and a building expansion.
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Don Knight | The Herald Bulletin Colts running back Chris Rainey was waived by the team Monday. He's pictured here running drills during Saturday's practice.
Colts release RB Rainey
Just two days after earning praise for his playmaking ability from head coach Chuck Pagano, running back Chris Rainey was waived by the Indianapolis Colts on Monday morning. The news was broken in a press release around 8:30 a.m. and later confirmed by Pagano during an afternoon session with the media.
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Joe Wrin of Home Instead talks with Marilyn Moneyhun and her daughter Jane Loose after a safety check to help identify dangers in Moneyhun's home that could threaten Moneyhun's safety.
Aging safely in the comfort of her home
Marilyn Moneyhun said being totally reliant on others is difficult. "Losing your independence is a shock to your system," Moneyhun, 84, said. "You are not in control anymore."
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Scott Underwood: Headlines can capture imagination
I'd just left the newspaper office one morning and was driving north on Jackson Street, when I stopped at a red light and glanced at the rearview mirror.
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