Faith and Food

Faith and Food

What would you do if a year into your first business you were faced with four-and-a-half feet of water running through your property wiping out $6 million worth of vehicle inventory, all the office furniture, phones, marketing collateral and even the plants?

GROW FROM WITHIN

GROW FROM WITHIN

What would you do if a year into your first business you were faced with four-and-a-half feet of water running through your property wiping out $6 million worth of vehicle inventory, all the office furniture, phones, marketing collateral and even the plants?

BUILD OPPORTUNITY AND GUIDE THE FUTURE

BUILD OPPORTUNITY AND GUIDE THE FUTURE

History, commerce and people are tightly interwoven in the fabric throughout Morgan County and although his professional position is Director of Public Affairs at Hoosier Energy, Randy Haymaker is one of its weavers.

REVEL IN SUCCESS

REVEL IN SUCCESS

“The Morgan County Business Leader exists to celebrate Morgan County businesses,” said publisher, Jim Hess. Nowhere is that more evident than at the bi-annual Morgan County Business Leader Cover Party, once again title sponsored by First Merchants Bank, as well as, Economy Heating & Air, and Carlisle Branson Funeral Services.

Make a Difference Today and for Tomorrow

Make a Difference Today and for Tomorrow

Mention politics in just about any circle and you will get lots of rolling eyes, sighs and comments of disgust. The one exception I have found is in a conversation with Ryan Goodwin. He says, “It matters. It matters so much.”

Power Impact

Power Impact

Evolving federal regulations, especially in highly regulated industries like energy and utilities, mean that change is inevitable. Nowhere is that truer than at the Indiana Power and Light (IPL) Eagle Valley Power Plant in Martinsville.

People, Process & Passion

People, Process & Passion

Growing up with the Hubler name, Greg Hubler had lots of mentors and role models in the care business. But the entrepreneurial roots run deep for Greg and his wife, Heidi, the co-owners of Greg Hubler Chevrolet on the edges of Camby and Mooresville.

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