Brightmark pilots recycling program in Indiana

ASHLEY, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) - California-based Brightmark Energy has completed a pilot program for boat wrap collection with a marine services dealer located near the company’s plastics-to-fuel plant in the Steuben County town of Ashley.

Trine teams developing PPE alternatives

A group of faculty and staff members from Trine University in Angola are working to fill a need for Personal Protective Equipment in the fight against COVID-19.

Brightmark to host hiring fair for plastics-to-fuel plant

California-based Brightmark Energy is set to host a career fair for its $260 million plastics-to-fuel plant in the Steuben County town of Ashley.

Steuben County Development Corp. awarded $100k

In a recent round of funding from the Northeast Indiana Regional Development Authority as part of the Regional Cities Initiative, Steuben County Economic Development Corp. is being awarded $100,000 to create a coworking space on the Enterprise Center Campus in Angola.

Innovation Challenge opens to middle, high school students

Trine University in Angola is opening its annual Innovation Challenge to middle and high school students. The challenge offers cash prizes for the top new ideas or improved concepts for business or technology.

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Trine University lecturer named Indiana’s Spanish Teacher of the Year

Spanish lecturer at Trine University in Angola Ana Boman is receiving recognition. The Indiana Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese has named Boman its 2019 Indiana Outstanding Spanish Teacher of the Year in the University category.

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Rural telehealth expands to northeast Indiana schools

A growing number of Indiana schools are adding rural telehealth connectivity, the latest being Fremont Community Schools in the northeast corner of the state. The high-tech system allows school nurses or staff with a sick child to connect remotely with a physician or other medical provider.

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