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Township trustee continues to drug test before giving assistance

As Americans nationwide continue to battle over whether to drug test welfare recipients, one Southwestern Indiana township has made drug testing welfare seekers more-or-less routine.

Ultimate cost of watermain breaks unknown, but climbing

A rash of weather-related water main breaks this months will come at a hefty cost to the Evansville Water & Sewer Utility.

HOA board president tightens grip on neighborhood | PDF, AUDIO

Residents of Stonecreek subdivision in northern Vanderburgh County are in open rebellion against their homeowners association, prompting what could morph into a legal battle over HOA leadership.

Cast holds nothing back in Civic Theatre’s ‘Urinetown’

Evansville Civic Theatre’s community players’ production of “Urinetown” will run through Jan. 26

Henderson college student takes up bridge, qualifies for tournament in Turkey | VIDEO

Some people spend a lifetime learning the card game bridge. Hendersonian Christian Jolly is well on his way.

Indiana schools juggle calendars to make up missed days

Indiana school districts are seeking input from parents and teachers and examining calendars to find the best ways to make up days missed due to weather.

UPDATE: Indiana schools juggle calendars to make up missed days

School officials across Indiana are seeking input from parents and teachers and examining calendars as they seek the best options for making up days missed due to arctic temperatures and a snowstorm earlier this month.

WELLS: Already a long winter

Every time I think winter is loosening its icy grip, it turns around and slaps me square in the face.The critters around my place seem to be coping a lot better with the ups and downs of this awful weather.

Tri-State to face snow, rain, but no storm on Saturday

Saturday is expected to be another cold day in the Evansville region.

Former Warrick Sheriff Marvin Heilman files for election to Spencer post

Marvin Heilman, a former Warrick County sheriff, has filed as a Republican candidate for sheriff in neighboring Spencer County.

Legislators weighing bills to excuse students for attending state fair

Students could receive excused absences from school to participate in the Indiana State Fair under bills the House and Senate education committees are weighing.