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- 15 charged in multi-state meth bust Local, state and federal authorities have charged 15 individuals in a three-state meth bust on Tuesday. According to a release from the Daviess County Sheriff's Department, a multi-agency task force served arrest warrants for 14 individuals in connec
- Man alleged to have beaten grandmother in car theft A Washington man is in jail after allegedly beating his grandmother with a decorative rock and then stealing her car. Christopher Charles Archer, 33, 915 N.E. Fourth St., is now in custody at the Daviess County Security Center for charges related to
Bomb threat leads to evacuations
A threatening note led officials to empty both the Washington High and Junior High School around 1:40 p.m.
Illinois body may be linked to missing Indiana woman
A man who lived near a southwest Indiana woman last seen leaving a grocery store showed police where the woman's car had crashed and has been arrested, authorities said.
Crane workers to see less furlough days
CRANE — Workers at Crane received the confirmation they have been waiting for as the Department of Defense announced furlough days will be cut from 11 to six, meaning workers at one of southwestern Indiana's largest employers will only have two more unpaid days to serve.
- Otwell principal placed on leave OTWELL — Rick Fears, the Principal at Otwell Elementary School, has been placed on administrative leave pending a review, the Pike County School Corporation said Wednesday. Pike County Superintendent Suzanne Blake said in a statement that Fears is on leave "while the matter is in review."
- Accident claims life in Knox County EDWARDSPORT — An Owen County man died as a result of an accident on SR 67 Monday morning.
Montgomery teen killed in accident
A Montgomery teen has died as a result of injuries sustained in an accident. Monday night around 10:11 p.m. the Daviess County Sheriff's Office received a 911 call reporting that a vehicle had struck a horse drawn cart on CR 900E near Graber Post Buildings.
Barr-Reeve School Board
The Barr-Reeve School Board heard comments from educators and members of the public concerning music education courses for the upcoming school year tonight. A standing room only crowd was on hand to discuss the potential changes in the structure of music courses for grades five through 12.
Barr-Reeve proposes changes to music program
The Barr-Reeve School Board heard comments from educators and members of the public concerning music education courses for the upcoming school year Wednesday.
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