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first_imgGovernor-Elect Holcomb Announces Chief of Staff, Agency Review LeadersNOVEMBER 21ST, 2016 BRITNEY TAYLOR INDIANAIndiana Governor-elect announces his Chief of Staff and his agency review team leaders. Earl Goode will serve as the Chief of Staff in the Governor’s Office, effective January 9, 2017. Goode is a former utility company president who previously served as chief of staff to Governor Mitch Daniels for more than six years. He is currently the co-chair of Next Level Indiana, Inc. He is also a member of several not-for-profit and public company boards.Governor-elect Holcomb also announced a team of Agency Review Leaders. Each team will review agency budget details, structure and design, areas of strength and improvment, proposed legislative agendas, and other factors before reporting their recommendations to the governor-elect.The list of the Agency Review Team Leaders include:– Steve Boyce, Director-External Affairs, AT&T; Former Chief of Staff, Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman (Johnson County)State Department of Agriculture, Office of Community & Rural Affairs, and Housing and Community Development Authority– Dave Frick, Former Executive Vice President, Chief Legal & Administrative Officer, WellPoint (Marion County)Department of Child Services– David Holt, Vice President-Operations & Business Development, Conexus (Marion County) Department of Transportation– Beverly Gard, Former Indiana State Senator (Hancock County)Jeff Knight, Executive Vice President & Chief Legal Counsel, Old National Bancorp (Vanderburgh County)Department Environmental Management and Department of Natural Resources– Ryan Kitchell, Executive Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer, IU Health; Former Director, Office of Management & Budget, State of Indiana (Marion County) Family and Social Services Administration– Rob Carter, Executive Director of Risk Management & Security, Ivy Tech (Clay & Marion County)Allison Karns, Public Safety Policy Director, Office of Governor Mike Pence (Marion County)Public Safety– Michael Huber, President & CEO, Indy Chamber; Former Deputy Commissioner, Department of Administration, State of Indiana (Marion County) Department of Administration, State Personnel Department and Office of Technology– Brian Burdock, Managing Partner, Barnes & Thornburg; Former Deputy Treasurer of State, State of Indiana (Marion County) Office of Management & Budget, Indiana Finance Authority, Department of Revenue and Department of Workforce Development– Anne Valentine, Vice President, Student Experience & Customer Experience, Ivy Tech; Former Legislative Director, Bureau of Motor Vehicles, State of Indiana (Marion County)– Alfonso Vidal, President, Vidal Plastics (Vanderburgh County) Bureau of Motor Vehicles– Pete Miller, Former Indiana State Senator (Hendricks County) Regulatory Agencies, Boards & CommissionsSt. Mary’s Accepting Applications For The 2017 HCAMPS ProgramNOVEMBER 21ST, 2016 BRITNEY TAYLOR EVANSVILLE, INDIANA St. Mary’s Hospital is now accepting applications for the 2017 HealthCare Academy for Middle School Pupil’s Success (HCAMPS) program. This is a week-long program for middle school students who are interested in a healthcare career.St. Mary’s created HCAMPS to allow students to interact with healthcare providers, learn about the careers available, and understand the educational requirements for a career in healthcare.This program will run from Monday, June 12th through Friday, June 16th. It’s open to Vanderburgh, Warrick, Gibson, or Posey County students entering the eighth grade in fall 2017. Students must have a 3.5 GPA. Interested students will have to submit a teacher’s online evaluation, and a 150 word essay.The highlights of this program include treating “patient” in a simulation lab, hands-on experience in the St. Mary’s Emergency Department, Nursery, and Trauma Service Departments, touring health science facilities at each of the colleges in Evansville, and performing hands-on activities such as dissecting a cow heart.The deadline to apply is Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at 4 p.m. To find the application, visit HCAMPS Online Application.Shooting Death Of Henderson Teen Ruled As HomicideNOVEMBER 21ST, 2016 BRITNEY TAYLOR HENDERSON, KENTUCKY The death of a Henderson teen is now being ruled a homicide. Autumn Burkhart, who was a sophomore at Henderson County High School, was shot and killed Thursday night.Henderson police say an ongoing dispute between Joshua Bumphus and Elijah Roberts is to blame for the deadly shooting that killed Burkhart. It happened in the 1000 block of Powell Street on Thursday around 9 p.m. Officers say 17-year-old Autumn Burkhart was killed in the crossfire. Police say Bumphus was arguing with Roberts when it escalated and they exchanged gunfire.Roberts also suffered a gunshot wound and is still in an area hospital recovering from his injuries. He has not been officially charged with anything.HPD arrested Bumphus at his home Friday morning. Bumphus is still in the Henderson County Jail with no bond. He is facing one count of assault. Investigators are still trying to figure out who shot and killed Burkhart.Previous Stories – November 18thDispute Between Two Men Blamed For Deadly Henderson ShootingPolice Identify Victim in Fatal Henderson ShootingFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare Regional Cities Money Helping Downtown YMCA Reimagine ItselfNOVEMBER 21ST, 2016 MATT PEAK EVANSVILLE, INDIANA Work continues on the goal to repurpose and reimagine the downtown YMCA.With the $5 million from Regional Cities Funding, they will be able to expand the facility while taking current space and turning it into affordable housing.At the end of the project, they are expecting a total investment between $25 and $30 million.The Signature School and the Warrick Wellness Trail are also being partially funding through the Regional Cities money, and work is underway on those projects as well.Previous Story:Southwest Indiana to Receive Full Regional Cities Fundinglast_img

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