Pushing Progress Through Public Policy and Political Success

Pushing Progress Through Public Policy and Political Success

It is not uncommon for someone whose grandfather and father are at the helm of a law firm for the third generation son to become a lawyer, too. Rodric Bray grew up in a family environment was a consistent topic of conversation and public service was a tradition. Rod’s...
Ready To Launch

Ready To Launch

As a senior at Martinsville High School, Emily Seger feels prepared and confident as she graduates and sets her sights toward the next chapter in her life at Franklin College. Seger has grown up in Martinsville with her parents, Rob and Roxanne Seger and her brother,...
Conduit To The Community

Conduit To The Community

Few business owners get to engage in a semi-centennial celebration when it comes to their business, but David Keister is one of those people. His business, Mid-America Radio Group, Inc., or, more commonly known, WCBK AM and 102.3 on your FM dial, will celebrate 50...
Investing in a Community Upgrade

Investing in a Community Upgrade

The Morgan County Business Leader reported in the February, 2017 issue about a $225,000 endowment given to the Community Foundation of Morgan County. The endowment represents a change in the philanthropic efforts of three local donors who wish to remain anonymous, but...
Politics In Perspective

Politics In Perspective

Some people see opportunity and think, “maybe…” and others, like Representative Peggy Mayfield, see opportunity and say, “Let’s go for it!” The seventh of eight children in an Indianapolis family parented by a pharmaceutical salesman and an IPS teacher, Mayfield grew...
Cutting Through The Clutter

Cutting Through The Clutter

In 1982 Prince wrote and performed the anthem, 1999, which was the turning point in his career. Brad and Joan Justus must have been listening, because the year 1999 was a major turning point for them, too. It was in 1999 that the couple got married, moved their family...

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