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WARRICK COUNTY — In light of the recent passing of Indiana Senate Bill 331, public school districts around the state are now required to report teacher’s salaries differently from previously.

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Saving for education after high school can seem like a daunting task, but more Hoosiers are realizing the viability of doing so through CollegeChoice 529 Savings Plans. This week, Treasurer of State Kelly Mitchell announced that the state’s CollegeChoice CD Savings Plan has reached a high wa…

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Boonville’s defense shut out the Tell City offense as they did not allow one goal.

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Boonville’s next game will be in the postseason as they take on Heritage Hills at Heritage Hills in the sectional round.

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Boonville move to 3-8-1 on the year with the win against Tell City.

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Multiple industry groups testified Thursday before an interim Indiana legislative study committee laying the groundwork to curb state agencies’ rulemaking powers — but just one agency showed up.

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BOONVILLE — Two years ago Terri Schanks had no idea she would be taking over one of the most popular local bakeries in Boonville, but when opportunity knocked she answered enthusiastically.

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Boonville now has two wins where they shut out the opposition as they also beat Forest Park without allowing them to score.

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NEWBURGH — During their bi-monthly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 14, the Newburgh town council reconsidered the log cabin project that has been the topic of contentious discussion for several meetings now.

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Collins Monroe, born to Ashley and Benjamin Noffsinger of Lynnville on Sunday, Sept. 11

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Suicidal thoughts or mental health issues can affect anyone. In an effort to prevent tragedies from occurring and get help to those who need it, the Indiana General Assembly has passed a number of measures in recent years to improve Indiana’s overall mental health.

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Tecumseh’s defense on Friday held Perry Central to 15 points in their win.