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- Hillside Manor hosts Towers breakfast Laurie Crew, Linda Clark and Abby White from Hillside Manor served breakfast to the residents of Washington Towers on April 4. Those attending were Marilyn Barrett, Margaret Bingham, Marie Cain, Mike Grannan, Mary Hartsock, Philip Hunter, Fay Ledbett
Color Me Green Fun Run
The first Color Me Green Fun Dash will be held May 4 at the Daviess County 4-H Fair Grounds. Registration begins at 2 p.m. with a one mile fun run (children age 10 and under) beginning at 2:30 p.m. and a 3K fun dash following. Cost for the fun run i
- Police arrest two more in Burris shooting Police arrest two more in Burris shooting By Mike Grant Times Herald
- Taking a walk on the wild side Taking a walk on the wild side BY Lindsay Owens Times Herald
4-H member honored
Amelia is a seven year 4-H member of the Hearts at Home 4-H Club. She is in her ninth year of homeschooling. Her favorite projects are home environment, fine arts, floriculture, and recycling.
- Area Briefs Correction In the Washington prom King and Queen photo, Zach Kramer's mother should have been listed as Emily Troutman. Loogootee school board to meet Loogootee school board will meet in executive session at 4:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to
- WHS soccer call-out meeting WHS soccer call-out meeting The WHS and WJHS boys soccer teams will be having a call out meeting Sunday at 6 p.m in the high school cafeteria. Any boys interested in playing soccer in the Fall should attend with a parent.
- AARP to help seniors find work Area residents over the age of 55 who are looking for employment opportunities may qualify for AARPs' Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP). The program, which has received funding from the AARP Foundation for over four decades, works t
- Early voting begins for May Primary The deadline has passed to register and early voting is underway for the May Primary. "The final day was really busy," said Daviess County Clerk Sherri Healy. "We had at least 125 voter registrations come in on the last day. I don't ever remember rec
- No Headline Provided Daviess County Friends for Animals keeps busy helping to spay and neuter as well as foster and find homes for local animals in need. The group also works with the local shelter to find homes for the animals. Last year alone, the organization helped
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