Connersville


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Connersville,

city (1990 pop. 15,550), seat of Fayette co., E central Ind., on the Whitewater River, in a farm area; founded 1813; inc. as a city 1870. Manufactures include machinery, feeds and fertilizers, chemicals, and metal products. Nearby are two historic covered bridges.
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Grant County (Marion) had the state's second-largest drop at 475 residents, followed by Fayette County (Connersville) with a decline of 371 residents.
From 2008-2013, Miller was general manager of Paxton's The News-Examiner in Connersville, Ind.
Wayzata Home Products of Minnetonka, MN, announced plans to invest $12.5 million to construct a new cabinet manufacturing plant and warehouse in Connersville, IN.
The pool in Connersville, Indiana, was unusually busy because of a heatwave in America's Midwest.
The pool manager rang in the Connersville cops after confirming the complaints of the underwater activity with her own eyes.
You don't have any mislabeling of the lot numbers and expiration dates," said Melissa Jennings, Team Leader, Radiology, Fayette Regional Health System, Connersville, IN, where the clinical staff conducts 400500 CT scans a month.
Max West took it upon himself to help secure the selection of Connersville, Ind., as the manufacturing location for the first automobile built specifically for use by police officers.
In the Midwest Indianapolis-based Marsh Supermarkets says it will close three stores: Rushville, Shelbyville and Connersville by the end of February.
Rural Indiana communities included in the broadband services rollout are Greencastle, Seymour, Vincennes, North Vernon, Madison, Wabash, North Manchester, Huntington, Bedford, Connersville and New Castle.
Formal Request for Proposals (RFPs) have been issued to local, state, and federal authorities in Georgia (Braselton and Pooler); Indiana (Connersville); Michigan (Plymouth); North Carolina (Charlotte); and South Carolina (Greenville and Spartanburg).