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- Council informed sewers still needs work Mayor Joe Wellman told the Washington City Council on Monday the Indiana Department of Environmental Management had issued a directive to the city to revise its long term control plan due to failures in the combined sewer overflow system. IDEM issued
- SIDC looks to move Brownfield projects foward The Southern Indiana Development Corporation is building a multi-county coalition to try to identify and ultimately redevelopment brownfield sites in Daviess and surrounding counties. The organization will include representatives from Knox, Lawrence,
New DCH doctor arrested in Evansville traffic stop
EVANSVILLE — A doctor newly hired by Daviess Community Hospital was arrested Sunday for driving under the influence of prescription drugs.
- Commissioners sign agreement against EPA act The Daviess County Commissioners met Monday morning and signed a resolution against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers clean water act for streams and wetlands that are are part of the national water sourc
- Summerfest debuts this weekend MONTGOMERY — Lovers of the musical performances at the Montgomery Ruritan Turkey Trot will have double the pleasure this year as the Ruritan has organized its first Montgomery Summerfest. The one-day event will feature a beer garden beginning at 2 p.
- funeral IVES ‘BUD’ HARPER — The funeral for Ives “Bud” Harper was at 11:30 a.m. Friday at Brocksmith-Blake Funeral Home in Loogootee. Burial was in Goodwill Cemetery in Odon, with Pastor Debbie Davis officiating.Pallbearers were Deanna Drabing, Nancy Harper,
- Faces of Life Baby Contest winners Daviess County Right To Life has announced the winner of their 2014 Face of Life Baby Contest was 9-month-old Rozlyn Kavanaugh. Rozlyn is the daughter of John and Amy Kavanaugh of Montgomery. In second place was 6-month-old Trenton Slaubaugh. He is t
- Military to restore program for fire depts. INDIANAPOLIS – An agreement has been reached to keep surplus military equipment rolling into rural fire department bays.The Department of Defense announced Wednesday that it’s resuming a popular program that provided rolling stock, engines and other
- Saturday's police report CITY REPORT Friday 11:28 a.m. - A fire alarm was tripped at the Times Herald offices, 102 E. Van Trees St. No fire was found. 8:49 a.m. - Kelsie Miller, 200 Tower Drive, said her wallet was stolen from her garage. Cash and cards were reported missing
- Loogootee man arrested in Vincennes assault VINCENNES — A Loogootee man was arrested Thursday night in connection with a sexual assault in Vincennes. Mitchel J. Cunningham, 30, was taken into custody by Vincennes police after members of the public helped identify the suspect, according to a re
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