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As a school social worker, I have worked with students of all ages in both public and private schools. I have found, unfortunately, that the majority of students are unable to verbalize what they like about themselves. Most students lack the ability to talk about positive conditions of self-worth.

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As the mother of a child who will start kindergarten this fall, there’s been a nagging question in the back of my mind: “Is he ready?”

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On July 19-23 at the Warrick County Fair visit the Warrick County Extension Homemakers for a silent auction for several handmade quilts and other items totaling over $800 in value. The auction will be held at the Homemakers Building behind the fair office. For More information contact Linda …

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This week 62 businesses from Boonville will receive a grant check for $3,931.45 each. In total Boonville Businesses Businesses received nearly $250,000. This has helped local businesses retain nearly 400 employees during the pandemic.

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On Tuesday, June 29, 51st Governor of Indiana Eric Holcomb attended the annual meeting of the Warrick County Chamber of Commerce. In addition to the speech, the chamber held their annual election during the meeting as well as the presentation of an award.

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On Tuesday, June 29, the Ohio Township Fire Department unveiled their new station located at Old Plank Road and State Route 261. The opening of the new station came after decades of operation out of the old station in the same location.

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Boonville may soon have a new fixture bringing business into town — a hotel for visitors and passers by. In a meeting on Tuesday, June 1, the city council approved a committee for researching the viability of a hotel in Boonville. City funds were allocated to the program and there is ongoing…

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Boonville Unit 200 American Legion Auxiliary held its installation of officers for 2021-2022 on June 21 at The American Legion Boonville Post 200. The officers were installed by past Unit President/ALA National President Candidate (2022-2023) Victoria (Vickie) Koutz. Vickie Fortune served as…

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The numbers are staggering. According to the CDC, 61% of adults in the United States endured an adverse childhood experience in their youth. Childhood trauma comes in a variety of forms. It can be caused by divorced or incarcerated parents, death of a parent or caretaker, physical/emotional/…

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This past Friday, June 25 Downtown Newburgh Nights brought art, music and food to the area. The event was held from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. in several venues in downtown Newburgh including Jennings Street Public House, Pippero Products and Oak Modern.

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On Friday, June 4 the Newburgh Museum unveiled their latest rotating exhibit: “Newburgh Rocks.” As the name implies, the focus of the exhibit is on geology and its relation to the history, economy and culture of Newburgh. From the types of stones used by Native American tribes in the area to…

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This Friday, June 18, Studio Bee Community Youth Center is hosting a golf scramble for all ages at the Boonville Country Club. The golf scramble is being held to raise funds for the activities that Studio Bee is involved with throughout the community, including providing meals for families a…