Biz Briefs Presented by 3Rivers Credit Union Archives for 2018-11

Reid Family Health will be moving in December

“Reid Family Health will close at noon on December 14th from the 1250 Chester Blvd location and re-open on December 17th at its newly remodeled 1471 Chester Blvd Location.”


Richmond Vista Investment Partners WELCOMES Ashtyn Brown

Richmond, IN - Ashtyn Brown recently joined Vista Investment Partners, located at 2519 East Main Street, Suite 203, Richmond, Indiana according to Managing Partner Brett Guiley.  Ashtyn grew up in Richmond IN and is the daughter of Steve Brown and Kerri Ingram Brown. Ashtyn is a graduate of Richmond High School and University of Indianapolis.

“I am pleased to welcome Ashtyn to the Vista family,” said Guiley. “Adding Ashtyn is another indicator that we’re attracting some of the very best to the industry and is further proof of Vista Investment Partners commitment to client service.” Ashtyn will be working closely with Sarah Peacock, our operations manager. 

Ashytn lives in Richmond and enjoys playing golf and spending time training her newly adopted pound puppy.  She is passionate about giving back and making an impact thru Riley Children’s hospital and the Central Indiana First Tee program. 


Western Wayne News Won Two First-Place Awards


Western Wayne News won two first-place awards in its first time entering the Hoosier State Press Association Foundation’s annual contest for Indiana newspapers. 


Reporter, designer and assistant editor Millicent Martin Emery won a first place in the Best News Coverage with No Deadline Pressure category for her multiple-part series on Wayne County’s opioid epidemic. She also has written additional stories about the impact of local drug abuse for Western Wayne News’ sister paper, Nettle Creek Gazette. 


Judges also named her series one of six finalists in Indiana’s Story of the Year category that included all the state’s newspapers of any size, but it did not win that award. 


Contributing reporter Rachel Sheeley won a first place in the Best Short Feature Story category for her story about the 50th anniversary of Richmond’s downtown explosions in 1968 that killed 41 residents. 

Sheeley interviewed family members of some of the victims, who reflected upon their memories of that day and what they remember about their loved ones.  


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