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Since 1814 Washington County Government has served the residents of communities such as Bartle, Beck's Mill, Blue River, Bunker Hill, Canton, Claysville, Daisy Hill, Farrabee, Georgetown, Haleysburg, Harristown, Hitchcock, Kossuth, Martinsburg, McKinley, Mt. Carmel, New Liberty, New Philadelphia, Organ Spring, Plattsburg, Prowsville, Punkin Center, Rosebud, Rush Creek Valley, Smedley, South Boston and Salem.

Washington County, Indiana was named in honor of U.S. President George Washington. Washington County is the 7th largest county in Indiana at 514 square miles. With its fertile cropland, scenic beauty of its rolling hills, progressive business community and strong educational values Washington County is a wonderful place to call home.

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ICMC Election Press Release 2015

Indiana Corn Farmers Encouraged to Vote in Checkoff Election

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 23, 2015) — Five Indiana corn farmers are running for two At-Large seats on the Indiana Corn Marketing Council board of directors. Absentee voting is open through August 12. The election takes place August 17-21 at county Purdue Cooperative Extension Service offices across the state.

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