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When Elissa Hapner found out she wasn't going to be a professional track and field star like she hoped, she discovered a secondary path, which includes wearing kilts and throwing heavy stones.

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The time to get cooking has arrived for three Newburgh men who are competing at the annual 100 Men Who Cook fundraising competition this Saturday at the Old National Events Plaza.

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CEO Penni Beckman and her crew held a groundbreaking on Thursday, Aug. 8, across the street from the IGA, where she plans to build the business.

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From "American Pie" and "Scream" to "Cruel Intentions" and "10 Things I Hate About You," patron's had to quickly answer questions about their favorite flicks during a 90s teen movie themed trivia night at Wings Etc. Grill & Pub in Newburgh last Wednesday night.

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Before the class even started, a baby goat pooped out three little turds onto my sister-in-law's yoga mat.

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After a judge layed down some harsh words when he was in the Chicago graffiti game in his early 20s, Tony Trip made a choice to take his love and talent for art into a different path.

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It was a sight to see at Cypress Grove Rehabilitation Center in Newburgh last week as babies blew bubbles, kids played Candyland and other games, while toddlers molded play dough and read stories to residents.

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While a blue ribbon holds significance at the fair, the title of Supreme Showman is a challenge 4-H participants compete for each year.

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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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