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  • by Marisa Patwa Staff Writer mpatwa@warricknews.com
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The Boonville Standard has been at 204 West Locust Street for as long as many Boonville residents can remember. But as of Tuesday, The Standard became next door neighbors with City Hall when the newspaper and the staff moved into the new office space, located at 131 South Second Street in Bo…

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Wendy Wary, president of 4 A Better Chandler, Inc., was ecstatic when her organization received an incredible donation of $10,000 from the Christian Science Society of Boonville Irrevocable Trust on Thursday, Nov. 10. But she never expected to get a whopping $17,000 from private donors just …

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Once again, the Christian Science Society of Boonville Irrevocable Trust blessed more than a dozen local non-profits with charitable donations.

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On Monday at 6 p.m., a few hundred people crammed into the Commissioner’s Meeting room, buckled in and prepared to listen and to speak. A total of ten hours later, the meeting ended.

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This weekend, single mother Kelly Putnam and her 13-year old triplets, Jakob, Nolan and Taylor, finally got the home of their dreams, thanks to the countless volunteers of Habitat for Humanity of Warrick County.

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If you caught the second presidential debate on Sunday, Oct. 9, you know the presidential election is heating up more than ever. But we still have races going on at home in Warrick County that we need to focus on. This week, The Standard is taking a look at the candidates running for Warrick…

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An article recently released on OnlyInYourState.com that states Boonville is the second most dangerous city in Indiana after dark has Boonville citizens in an uproar.

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After losing their healthcare benefits and pensions in recent years, local miners gained a small victory when the Miners Protection Act — Senate Bill 1714 —passed the Senate Finance Committee on Wednesday, Sept. 21 by a vote of 18-8.

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The West Side Nut Club Fall Festival has been a staple of the Evansville community since 1921. But the carb-tastic fest doesn’t just affect Evansville folks. People all over the world come to Franklin Street to gorge on fried Snickers, walking tacos and for the stranger tastebuds, chicken gi…

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With September being National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and Sept. 10 being World Suicide Prevention Day, it is time to bring awareness to Warrick County about the signs of suicide and what you can do to help those struggling with suicidal thoughts or friends and family members griev…

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A proposal that will soon come to the Warrick County Board of Zoning and Appeals has several community members concerned.

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The Warrick County Museum, located in Boonville, celebrated the opening of its brand new elevator with their fourth presidential lecture series Saturday, Sept. 10. In the past, speakers have performed as Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and George Washington. Last Saturday, they invited h…

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Johnson Park is among the many lasting impressions of the legacy that Verna Louise and C. Richard “Dick” Johnson of Boonville has left behind.

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  • Barbara Brown Meyer, Correspondent
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His struggles as a child growing up were many and real, yet the dignitaries who knew him and worked alongside him during his many years of service in the White House and the State House never knew of them. James Alexander Hemenway attended the common schools in Warrick County, up to the eigh…