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Brandan Alford

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The New Hoosier Farmer: Keeps His Animals Happy

Baggott took an early retirement and, in 2010—just a year after ExactTarget surpassed $100 million in annual sales—purchased a 98-acre farm near Greenfield to raise livestock. Never mind that he had no agricultural experience whatsoever.

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Discovery: Vigilant Eats

Based in Bloomington, Siegel decided to cut out the middlemen of the grocery industry and get the ingredients for his packaged heat-and-eat breakfasts straight from the source: family farms.

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Trial and Errors: The David Camm Saga

A high-profile murder case spanning 13 years of scandals and surprises plays out in Lebanon this month. Here’s the backstory, full of foibles.

Jamar Beasley (Photo courtesy Chicago Fire)
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Missed Goals: Indiana Soccer Teams That Folded

Indiana Blast (1997–2004): They had the best record in the D3 Pro League in 1998, and Jamar Beasley, once of the MLS Chicago Fire, played in 21 games in 2003. But a revolving door of head coaches hampered the Indy club’s success.

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Ferrell, Sheehey Star in Record-Setting U.S. Win

Two IU players put up big numbers, as sophomore Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell and senior Will Sheehey scored 15 points apiece in the win.

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IU Stars Oladipo, Zeller Go Early in NBA Draft

Victor Oladipo became only the sixth player in IU history to be selected with one of the first two picks in the draft.

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Colts-Broncos Among Most Expensive NFL Games

Excitement for the Andrew Luck–Peyton Manning showdown at Lucas Oil Stadium in October is already reflected in the market. Here’s what you’ll pay to see it live.

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IU Advances to College Baseball's World Series

Plenty of homegrown talent has headlined for the Hoosiers this season, featuring nine players from this state, including four starters.

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Where to Catch Soccer Fever

Last week Indy was awarded hosting duties for a match featuring a pair of soccer’s international superpowers on Aug. 1. Tickets go on sale tonight (June 4) at 10 p.m. and range from $30 to $135. This came on the heels of the splashy announcement in May that the Indy Eleven pro soccer team will kick into action next year.