2018 HEATS Class Recognized for Years of Training
The Hoosier Energy Apprentice Training and Safety (HEATS) program honored the 39th graduating class on Nov. 2 at the French Lick Resort.
Preparing for Winter
As the mercury begins to fall on the thermometer, thoughts about winter preparations begin to surface. Winter preparations began in late September and were completed in late October.


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