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Onsite OHS Chief of Staff honored with Citizens Hero Award
10/07/2013

Michelle Prinzing is recognized for her dedication to her community Read more at Channel 14 News PRINCETON, IN – Onsite Occupational Health and Safety, Inc. (Onsite OHS) announced today that Michelle Prinzing, Chief of Staff/Director of Administration, has been awarded the Citizens Hero Awar...

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Gibson County Community Foundation Announces New Board Members
09/18/2013

Onsite OHS President & CEO excited to join community board GIBSON COUNTY, IN- Two community members have been selected to join the board of the Gibson County Community Foundation. Kyle G. Johnson will be joining the board for the first time and Matthew R. Grabbe will be joining the board once ...

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Stellar Projects 'Exceeding Expectations' in Princeton
08/06/2013

The city of Princeton is moving forward with $22 million in stellar community efforts. Projects include the renovation of the former Princeton Theater, trail system improvements and downtown façade upgrades. Coalition of Southwest Indiana Community Development Director Debbie Bennett-Stearsma...

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Onsite OHS and 14WFIE team up to showcase heart of Gibson County
07/03/2013

Live webcam offers unique view of Downtown Princeton happenings PRINCETON, IN - A familiar Gibson County landmark is fast becoming a television icon. Evansville's 14 WFIE television news station recently installed a live webcam on the roof of Onsite Occupational Health & Safety, Inc., (Onsite...

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Downtown revival project's progressing
04/26/2013

From The Princeton Clarion PRINCETON—Investing about $3 million in 18 downtown buildings thus far puts  entrepreneur Kyle Johnson on track to make downtown Princeton the largest square-footage business incubator  in the state. He’s frank about it. “In five years I&rsqu...

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Gov. Pence signs bill aimed to help veteran owned small businesses
04/25/2013

From Channel 14 WFIE INDIANA (WFIE) - Indiana governor mike pence signed a new bill today, SEA 564, requiring the state to give veteran owned small businesses a preference when awarding contracts. The bill makes it a requirement for state offices to award at least three percent of t...

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Free WiFi coming to downtown Princeton
11/06/2012

From the Princeton Daily Clarion PRINCETON – Downtown Princeton will soon be one giant WiFi hotspot, confirmed local entrepreneur Kyle Johnson. Johnson, the president of Onsite Health Occupational Health and Safety Inc. and owner of several downtown buildings, announced Monday that most b...

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Venture Capitalist Buys Some Vowels
07/11/2012

Princeton Businessman Invests $100,000 in Waveform Communication LLC PRINCETON, INDIANA, July 11, 2012 – Anybody want to buy a vowel? Apparently the answer is “yes” for Kyle Johnson, a Princeton business leader and venture capitalist who has invested $100,000 in Waveform Communic...

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City Celebrates Stellar State Title
05/16/2012

Princeton, IND.Printed in The Evansville Courier  The city of Princeton, Ind., will have a public event Thursday to celebrate being named as one of Indiana's Stellar Communities. Indiana Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman will visit Princeton for a 1p.m. news conference, to be followed at 2:30p.m. by a ...

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On-site Approved on Health Care Staffing
05/01/2012

Princeton, INDPrinted in The Evansville Courier  On-site Occupational Health and Safety Inc. (On-site OHS) received the Gold Seal of Approval for healt care staffing services from The Joint Commission. On-site OHS underwent an on-site review of its compliance with national standards that asse...

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Onsite OHS Owner Featured in Biz Voice
05/31/2011

The town square in downtown Princeton looks like many county seats in Indiana. A courthouse is surrounded by a bevy of aging brick buildings – some in use, some vacant – as residents pass through on their way to work or a local restaurant, sometimes stopping to frequent a favorite stor...

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Onsite OHS Provides Local Stimulus
02/15/2011

While others may wait around for another stimulus package, business owner Kyle Johnson has started what he is calling ‘the Kyle-stimulus plan’ for Princeton. Johnson started quietly buying properties around the square in Princeton with the idea of starting a business incubator that wi...

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