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Health Care Foundation accepting grant requests

The Dukes Health Care Foundation of Miami County is accepting grant applications for 2019.

Grant requests should come from nonprofit organizations which are focused on the health and well-being of Miami County citizens.

Organizations wishing to receive a grant should be in the areas of health screening, health promotion, public education related to health care and other health-related activities and are also required to have a tax-exempt status.

Applications are available for pickup at the Peru Chamber of Commerce office at 13 E. Main St., the Dukes Memorial Hospital Administration office at 275 E. 12th St., or Comerford & Co. PC at 36 W. Fifth St.

Applications are to mailed to Dukes Health Care Foundation of Miami County at 13 E. Main St. and must be received by Nov. 30.

Contact John Claxton at (765) 473-7189 for more information.

Maconaquah school board vacancy

A vacancy has been announced for the Clay or Deer Creek Township areas of the Maconaquah School Board effective immediately due to a resignation.

Interested parties in the affected area shall submit written notices along with resumes to Greg Bevington, Secretary of Maconaquah School Board, 7932 S. Strawtown Pike, Bunker Hill, Indiana, 46914.

Notices are required to be postmarked no later than Nov. 16.

2 southern Indiana officers rescue man from burning home

ELIZABETHTOWN (AP) — Authorities say two southern Indiana sheriff’s deputies crawled through heavy smoke to rescue a man from his burning home.

The Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Department says Deputies Andrew Dougan and Robert Coop rescued Walter Pardieck from the fire about 4 a.m. Tuesday at the rural home near Elizabethtown, about 50 miles southeast of Indianapolis.

When the deputies arrived on the scene of the fire, Pardieck’s wife told them her husband was still inside. The department says the deputies crawled through the living room but were unable to reach the rear of the residence because of flames and heavy smoke. The deputies then entered through another door, reached Pardieck and pulled him to safety.

The department says Pardieck was treated for smoke inhalation but refused further treatment.