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Brock Turner

Brock E.W. Turner is a reporter for Indiana Public Media. Before Bloomington, Brock served as an editor and investigative reporter for The DePauw. In May 2017, he graduated from DePauw University with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Political Science and English (Writing).

Recent Posts by Brock Turner

August 15, 2018


Recovery Center Puts Brakes On Greencastle Proposal

A week ago, the city’s Board of Zoning Appeals debated for nearly five hours on whether a special permit could be given to greenlight the detox center.

August 13, 2018


Boston Scientific Primed For Spencer Expansion

After the expected hires, Boston Scientific will be the largest employer in town.

August 10, 2018


Columbus Food Co-Op’s Future In Doubt

Board President Mike Johnston outlined two options for members to consider: trim back plans for their retail store or scrap the plans altogether and cease to exist.

August 8, 2018


Ivy Tech Welcomes Donnelly, Students to Precision Agriculture Center of Excellence

It will be one of just five schools in the country—and the first in Indiana—to offer certificates and degrees focusing on precision agricultural.

August 6, 2018


Congressional Bill Addresses Precision Agriculture Issues

Farmers increasingly rely on data and precision agriculture to do their everyday work.

August 2, 2018


Residents Worry About Indiana Center For Recovery’s Greencastle Expansion

Greencastle's Board of Zoning Appeals will discuss the proposal next week.

July 31, 2018


Farmers Eager For E15 Restriction Rollback

Hoosier farmers looking for a boost in prices could get some relief if the Trump administration follows through with talk of approving year-round E15 ethanol sales.

July 30, 2018


IU Health, Gosport Working to Retain Healthcare Provider

The healthcare provider announced in May it would close IU Health Southern Indiana Physicians Gosport and serve patients out of a new facility under construction in Spencer.

July 27, 2018


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Farmers Faithful To Trump While Waiting For New Markets, Not Bailouts

Farmers throughout Indiana have lost $2 per bushel on soybeans and 80 cents per bushel on corn, thanks to tariffs and strong yields.

July 24, 2018


Indiana’s U.S. Senate Candidates Talk Tariffs, Trade

Candidates for Indiana’s U.S. Senate seat courted Hoosier corn and soybean farmers during an agricultural summit.

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