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Someone is lying on a pad listening to the sounds of the ocean while staring up at a giant 65-inch screen mounted on the ceiling playing a scene from their favorite movie while the walls glow their favorite color of neon green -- and they just also happen to be getting an MRI at the same time.

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A Chandler mother and a grandmother have created a petition to demand action from the school corporation against a bus driver, who they deem unfit to drive for the Warrick County School Corporation.

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Many, many years ago, the territory that now comprises Warrick County, was only a dense forest, and the only inhabitants were Indian tribes and wild animals. Much of the land, which is now drifted over with peaceful, happy families, was then but a thicket of trees, a little dirt path here an…

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It's hard to believe that September is already half way over. With it comes some of our final summer activities. This month brings the end of the 2017 farmers market season. The market is still open Saturday's through the end of the month -- there's still cooking demo's left and the final ma…

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Indiana American Water announced that manganese levels are back to normal in the town's drinking water after taking several measures to address discolored water in its Newburgh system over the last two weeks.

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She's shown parrots and baby elephants, interned as a polo groom in West Palm Beach, Fla., for Andrew Busch's, of the Busch beer family, polo team, served as a fundraising coordinator for the St. Louis chapter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association, worked as an equine caregiver at Grant's Fa…

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Thousands of Warrick County residents ventured outside their homes, office building and school classrooms, creeped onto the Newburgh Riverfront, peered up at Scales Lake, celebrated at an Eclipse Party at Angel Mounds -- where Native Americans use to perform sun and moon rituals -- and stopp…

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A new program is starting at Hemenway Presbyterian Church in Boonville that is geared toward megachurch style activities.

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When Approval Payment Solutions finishes the move to its new building, it will be more than just a change in location.

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Once upon a time in Warrick County, this was the place to go. A “haven for the menfolk,” if you will. “Where men could be men,” with a spittoon in one corner and an old pool table in another. My father once told me when I was just a little girl that the reason this place got its name was tha…

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