Indiana News: September 25th to October 2nd… October 2, 2018 Tariff troubles and a bountiful year for crops may leave some Hoosier farmers with inventory issues. With many farmers still holding grain from last year, this year’s forecasted bumper crop will make storage difficult and force many to apply for outdoor storage permits. There’s no secret to Indiana’s recent success for attracting a variety of businesses: according to a report by the Tax Foundation, Indiana ranks 10th in the nation and first in the Midwest for its business tax climate, an amalgam of many tax variables. Enjoy live music and labradors at this year’s Woofstock in Noblesville, October 6th. Celebrating its tenth year, Woofstock is hosted by the Humane Society for Hamilton County and features music, munchies and plenty of pets. Indiana property owners worry hunters are ignorant of (or might ignore) July’s purple paint law, which allows Indiana landowners to mark property boundaries in purple paint rather than posting signage. Former Mount Vernon band director and current retiree Tom Stadler has volunteered one day a week for the last four years to rock babies to sleep at Riley Children’s Health in Indianapolis, often cradling premature NICU children for hours. Now through January 6th, Lego and art fans alike can visit the Indiana State Museum to tour the exhibit ‘Art of the Brick’ in which artists construct works composed entirely of Legos.