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U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes Job Fair This Thursday
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes Job Fair This Thursday
Many local veterans listen to 105.3 WJLT, which Johnny, Julie and I appreciate immensely.  Everyone here at the station has great respect and gratitude for anyone who has served our country in any military branch.  Thank you, veterans, for your service!  With that said, I want to help make our veterans aware that there is a job fair especially for them this Thursday - The U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Colts Avoid Blackout
Colts Avoid Blackout
Colts fans in the city of Indianapolis who made the decision not to buy tickets for Saturday's home playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs will for sure be able to watch the game from the comfort of their recliner thanks to supermarket chain, Meijer who saved the day at the last minute by buying the remaining 1,200 tickets. What's more impressive is what they intend to do with them.
Remains of Indiana Marine Killed During WWII Finally Make It Home
Remains of Indiana Marine Killed During WWII Finally Make It Home
The body of an Indiana Marine has finally made it home after being killed nearly 70 years ago during the U.S. invasion of some Japanese islands in World War II. Sources say that 20-year-old Marine Pfc. Manley Forrest Winkley suffered lethal injuries while engaged in combat on November 20, 1943 on the first day of the Tarawa Island Atoll invasion in the Pacific Gilbert Islands. After seven decades,