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 HURRICANE HARVEY SCAM ALERT Attorney General Curtis Hill reminds helpful Hoosiers to be vigilant and even skeptical before contributing to relief efforts for Texas residents affected by Hurricane Harvey.   The aftermath of a natural disaster is a hotbed for scammers.   Any Hoosier with plans to help Texas residents should also take steps to avoid falling victim to scams targeting those who want to help victims.   Donate money and supplies through well-established organizations and pay attention to possible red flags that could indicate scams.  Anyone contacted by a person directly requesting a monetary donation and claiming to represent an organization should proceed with caution and even skepticism.

INDIANA PARK PASS allows a car free entry into Indiana State Parks for 2017.  Library patrons may check the pass out for one week.

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