TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Duke Energy is working with Ivy Tech and Work One to get people work-force ready.
The utility provider donated $47,000 Tuesday to Ivy Tech and WorkOne.
The money is earmarked to build a curriculum program designed to help Hoosier workers improve their manufacturing jobs skills.
District Manager Rick Burger believes the workers will thrive with the right training.
"As you got a great workforce to work with, which you already do, but if you can give them more tools to become a better and stronger person, this is what's going to happen with this grant we're providing today," said Burger.
Local manufacturers agreed to match Duke's grant dollar for dollar.
One Atlanta based law-firm says it has a reward for anyone with answers in an Edgar County Arson.
A new tuition plan for St. Patrick School will extend its in-parish tuition discount to all parishes in the Terre Haute Deanery.
Winter temperatures are here and continuing to drop! Wednesday was slated to be the coldest this year.
It's going to be the coldest night of the year. One thing to keep in mind - when the weather gets this cold, it can be dangerous to you.
A Terre Haute man found not guilty of manslaughter and guilty of battery.The jury handed down the verdict Wednesday afternoon.