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First, let me just say that Evansville is not a miserable place to live, at least for most residents.
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In reply to the story in Courier May 22 concerning the addition of the Indiana medical school in Evansville: The location of that facility is rather curious.
6 hrs ago | Evansville Courier & Press
Friendly send-off Russian-born Inessa Shiryaeva Christy has accepted a position in Santa Clara County translating and already has town.
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Jerry and Pamela Gries of Evansville plan to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary June 2 with a dinner and dance reception.
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Vince Moran / Special to The Courier Press Markus Porter, Jeremiah Johnson, Seth Adair star in Chip Rosetti's "Home Front," about three soldiers in enemy hands, trapped in a small dank prison cell,who swap stories of their last memories of home.
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Add Hawaii to the list of states that have banned texting while driving. The 50th state in the union becomes the 40th state to crack down on distracted motoring.
The Vanderburgh Community Foundation is deeply committed to helping support a vibrant urban core for the metropolitan region.
DENNY SIMMONS / Courier & Press Dan Barrett, left, and Sparky Perrette, members of the Retired Veterans Memorial Club, stow away the American flag during Memorial Day ceremonies Thursday afternoon at the Department of Veterans Affairs Evansville Health Care Center.
The Evansville woman has struggled much of her life with depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and bipolar disorder and learned about the peer-run recovery center a few months ago.
St. Mary's Health, which employs at least 3,500 people, issued a news release announcing the move, which company officials said is "due to changes in the healthcare industry." It will include "a reduction in employed and contracted associates across the system." St.
Blackston, 24, 200 block of Shenandoah Place, was arrested Tuesday and charged with first-degree assault.
Photographs by Stephanie Richard / Architectural Renovators LLC. The Euclid, renovated by Michael S. Martin in partnership with the city of Evansville, lacks only finishing touches for completion.
So far Wednesday morning, 0.30 of an inch of rain had already fallen at the Evansville Regional Airport, according to weather service statistics.
According to a department news release, the officer was treated at the hospital but has since been released from medical care.
International markets are always especially fragrant. As you step in the door, you are surrounded by aromas of pungent spice, ripe exotic fruit, seaweed and seafood, smoked meat, and more - a world of flavorful ingredients gathered together into one small store.