Folsomville, IN. – Carl Delbert Young Sr., 80, of Folsomville, Indiana passed away on Thursday, September 17, 2020 at St. Vincent Hospital in Evansville, Indiana.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats boys’ soccer team recorded their second consecutive shutout of the season as they defeated the Logan County Cougars 7-0 in 13th District play.
Indiana’s state tree nursery in Vallonia will pay you to collect certain tree seeds throughout the state if the seeds meet DNR specifications.
The Indiana Department of Health is partnering with local health departments around the state to add nearly 100 community testing sites for COVID-19.
The Indiana Region of the American Red Cross seeks volunteers to help address the many disaster response activities across the U.S. It has been two weeks since Hurricane Laura devastated east Texas and Louisiana, and people are still suffering. Thousands of people are still staying in emerge…
National Public Lands Day is Saturday, Sept. 26, and during that weekend Hoosiers can celebrate by supporting their favorite DNR property by doing volunteer work or simply visiting.
The Indiana Supreme Court and Office of Judicial Administration confirm Chief Justice Loretta H. Rush has tested positive for COVID-19. The Chief Justice tested positive on September 13 after a family member tested positive.
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) will begin making Lost Wages Assistance (LWA) payments to eligible claimants beginning the week of Monday, Sept. 21.
A partnership between the State of Indiana and 180 Skills will allow up to 100,000 Hoosiers to gain key workforce skills free of charge through an online library of courses.
The Warrick County Clerk is warning voters of applications for an absentee ballot that are being mailed to Warrick County residents by political parties.
The Newburgh Town Council heard from customers of the town’s sewer utility and gave final approval to a rate increase for the town’s customers.
Jaimie Mayer said there was only one perfect way to sum up opening 2nd Street Bistro and Bakery in Boonville for the first time a month ago — a scene from the film, “Frozen.”
Boultinghouse Funeral Home of Rockport, Indiana and Koehler Funeral Home of Boonville, Indiana celebrates 125 years of continued service to the Spencer and Warrick County, Indiana area.
Primrose Retirement Communities, LLC has as earned a 2020 Employee Approved award from Lincoln, Nebraska-based healthcare-intelligence firm NRC Health. The award recognizes senior-care organizations across the country for engaging and inspiring their employees.
Virginia Rowe Scheer Allen died peacefully at Parkview Care Center Sept. 6, 2020, at the age of 97 years. She was born in Boonville, Indiana June 5, 1923, the elder of two daughters born to Lelia and Walter F. (“Jack”) Scheer. She and her sister Barbara grew up in the family home built by th…
Dorothy A. Scott, 90, of Chandler, IN, passed away on Saturday, Aug. 15, 2020 surrounded by family. She was born July 27, 1930 in Evansville to the late Fred and Josie (Cody) Jackson.