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August, 2022

  • 24 August

    Back on the Right Path – Inside the Boone County Justice Center

    August 23, 2022 Boone County Commissioner Jeff Wolfe was interviewed on local radio station WIBC with respect to the present status of the new Boone County Justice Center. To listen to Wolfe’s interview: https://www.wibc.com/featured-stories/back-on-the-right-path-inside-the-boone-county-justice-center/

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  • 11 August

    Mental Health America of Boone County Says, “No More!” to Domestic Violence

    Mental Health America of Boone County (MHABC) is a 501(c)(3) organization and a chapter of Mental Health America (formerly the National Mental Health Association), the country’s leading nonprofit dedicated to helping all people live mentally healthier lives. With approximately 300 affiliates nationwide, MHABC represents a growing movement of Americans who …

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  • 11 August

    The Second Chance Coalition is Setting People Up for Success

    Earlier this year, the Boone County Economic Development Commission (BCEDC) partnered with members of the Boone County Community Corrections and Probation, the Boone County Sheriff’s Department, Unite Indy, Aspire Indiana and Boone County employers to create the Second Chance Coalition. This coalition serves justice-involved individuals while meeting the workforce needs …

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  • 11 August

    Boone County Prosecutor Kent Eastwood on Taking Care of Our Community

    As Boone County continues the trajectory of unprecedented growth, the [Boone] County Commissioners and other county leaders are working to better educate the public about the existing resources as well as looking at how the county can expand upon those resources once the construction of the justice center has been …

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  • 11 August

    Better Connecting Boone County via Broadband Services

    Work is moving forward on the much-needed broadband upgrades across Boone County. Last month, the Boone County Commissioners announced the [broadband] project as part of Indiana’s Next Level Connections (NLC) Grant Program that the state announced in April of 2022. The grants include $2 million for upgrades to broadband infrastructure. …

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June, 2022

April, 2022

  • 18 April

    Looking Through the Lenses of Fiscal Responsibility and Humanitarianism

    Boone County Commissioners Jeff Wolfe, Tom Santelli and Don Lawson would like the public to know why it is imperative to the overall health of the county to support the proposed justice center. In their words, they explain why building the justice center isn’t about political grandstanding—it’s a humanitarian effort …

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  • 18 April

    Battling Suicide and Overdose Fatalities in Boone County

    Boone County has recently organized the Boone County Suicide and Overdose Fatality Review Team and Boone County Coroner Justin Sparks explained the team’s purpose in detail. Why Suicide and Overdose Fatality Review? Even prior to the pandemic that began in 2020, death rates for suicide have continued to rise both …

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  • 18 April

    Supporting Boone County Veterans

    Veterans have an immense number of services and programs available to them; however, navigating through them can be overwhelming due to constantly changing conditions. The Boone County veterans’ officer can assist veterans and others with all of these programs and services. Understanding the Role of the County’s Veterans’ Service Officer …

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