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Economic growth, not recession, is the norm. For every one quarter the U.S. has spent in recession since the end of World War II, we’ve spent eight quarters growing. Of the 75 quarters in this century, just 10 have been recessionary. I’m counting our current quarter as growth, which may prove a bit optimistic.

Economic growth, not recession, is the norm. For every one quarter the U.S. has spent in recession since the end of World War II, we’ve spent eight quarters growing. Of the 75 quarters in this century, just 10 have been recessionary. I’m counting our current quarter as growth, which may prove a bit optimistic.

Girls and science go together. Just ask the nearly 80 middle school girls attending the Expanding Your Horizons conference on Saturday at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College.

A former Pfizer lab and office building in the Vigo County Industrial Park, now in a deteriorated condition, could see new life as home to a growing Terre Haute measurement gauging systems company.