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More than 60 people attended the grant recognition program conducted at the University of Southern Indiana.
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Housed in a secure, but anonymous looking, complex in near Downtown Evansville, the center last year provided 8,374 nights of shelter to 388 women and 255 children, said Executive Director Candice Perry.
Eric Miller, founder of Advance America, a conservative activist group, speaks to students and other Hoosiers about how their government works and how they can make a difference during an April 2013 event in the Indiana Supreme Court chambers.
City Engineer Pat Keepes said the skeletal remains were discovered nearly a year ago during environmental surveys for a new pedestrian bridge at Lloyd and Vann.
Peoria officials are considering whether to try to woo a decommissioned World War II warship from its mooring in Indiana.
The other charges, including burglary resulting in bodily injury, criminal confinement, theft and assisting a criminal, were dropped as part of a plea agreement.
Berry intends to use the net proceeds from the borrowing of the New Loans to prepay all of its outstanding Term C Loans, maturing April 2015, under Berry's existing term loan credit agreement .
Sara Anne Corrigan / Special to the Courier & Press Woodworker Curt Schmitt will offer tours of his studio and examples of his work as part of the Artisans of the Lower Wabash studio tour Saturday and Sunday.
Ginna Robinson models an organic cotton scarf imprinted with the artwork of Keith Boyd.
Press Archives of the Ford Center in Downtown Evansville. The City of Evansville will be hosting more NCAA Division II championship events through 2017 The NCAA announced Wednesday it has awarded the 2015 Division II Elite Eight men's basketball tournament to the Ford Center, making it two consecutive years Evansville will host the national ... (more)
The article, which posted in the December issue at http://www.thegraveyardrabbit.com, traces the history of Oak Hill Cemetery from its rural Victorian beginning in 1853, through the 19th and 20th centuries.
The Musketeers clinched a 63-60 win after sophomore guard D.J. Balentine's game-tying 3-pointer bounced off the rim.
DENNY SIMMONS/Courier Press Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Deputy Mark Harrison reads with youngsters Kentavious Burton, left, and Zachary Engel during a visit Tuesday to the Ark Crisis Child Care Center in Evansville as part of the "Christmas with the Kids" program.
The nation is vying for $344 million in Tuesday's Mega Millions drawing. Because so much cash is at stake, the Hoosier Lottery is celebrating by giving away hundreds of tickets throughout the state, including Evansville.
Over the last few years, West Side businesses along Franklin Street have evolved into a vibrant, litter-free and attractive, corridor of locally owned, mom-and-pop retail establishments.