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Traders Point Christian Church employees used to have a peculiar weekly tradition: replace burned out fluorescent light bulbs and fixtures. Then a 2013 expansion highlighted an alternative to save time and money. The church’s local electric co-op helped implement the alternative on a larger scale.
When East Perry Lumber started more than 70 years ago, the process of carving timber into lumber boards was rooted in constancy. Since then, technology has evolved. A lot.
As a beekeeper for almost 40 years, Dale McMahan has seen a lot. Next spring, a new planting near McMahan, now the president of the Beekeepers of Indiana, will provide a new food source to help bolster insect populations in an example of larger efforts to halt the decimation of pollinator populations nationwide.