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Rowe Sargent Passes Away at 80

Knox County Commissioner Rowe Sargent died Sunday at the age of 80 following a long battle with cancer.
Sargent was first elected to the Knox County Commission in 2010, representing the

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Grouseland Gun Auction Underway

Collectors can bid on a piece of Indiana history this week as the Vincennes-based Grouseland Foundation auctions off the first

authorized reproduction of Indiana’s official state

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  • EU to hand Apple hefty Irish tax bill: sources August 30, 2016
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  • United Airlines hires No. 2 at American to be its president August 30, 2016
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    (Reuters) - Mondelez International Inc , the maker of Oreo cookies and Cadbury chocolates, said it was no longer pursuing the acquisition of Hershey Co , two months after the U.S. chocolate company turned down its $23 billion cash-and-stock bid.
  • In twist, Caesars wins brief extension on lawsuit shield August 29, 2016
    (Reuters) - In a case full of twists, Caesars Entertainment Corp late on Monday won a two-week extension on a shield from lawsuits worth billions of dollars just days after a different U.S. court allowed those cases to proceed.
  • Sycamore Partners confirms bid for bankrupt Aeropostale August 29, 2016
    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Sycamore Partners on Monday confirmed it submitted a bid for Aeropostale Inc after a judge issued an opinion rejecting the teen-focused retailer's attempt to block an offer and blame its bankruptcy on the private equity firm.
  • Boeing keeps jetliner prices steady amid slowing sales August 29, 2016
    SEATTLE (Reuters) - Boeing Co said on Monday it will refrain from increasing jetliner prices for the first time since 2009 as the industry grapples with a slowdown in new plane sales.

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