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  • Fr. Severin Messick, O.S.B.

    Father Severin Messick, O.S.B., 57, monk and priest of Saint Meinrad Archabbey, died Sept. 28 after an eight month battle with cancer.

    October 3, 2011

  • Zoning appeals board drops fines

    The Board of Zoning Appeals on Tuesday voted to rescind fines placed on Boyd and Sons when it was thought they constructed a building within the city’s jurisdiction without the proper permits.

    November 26, 2010

  • Meredith estate surprises many Meredith estate surprises many

    Let me tell you about a man who lived in our community and was the owner of the Meredith Hotel for more than 81 years. Upon his death, he left an estate that was discussed locally for years because it was such an interesting story.

    September 13, 2010 1 Photo

  • County gives 2 percent pay raises

    After nearly a month of prep work — written proposals and public hearings — Daviess County’s budgeting process is effectively over for another year.

    September 9, 2010

  • Martin County takes action against K2

    K2, a synthetic form of marijuana that has been getting considerable media attention of late, found it’s way on to the hit list of another area municipality.

    September 9, 2010

  • ‘Butler Way’ comes to visit ‘Butler Way’ comes to visit

    The Eastside Park Community Building was awash with blue as Butler University basketball coach Brad Stevens spoke at the annual Senior and Family Services banquet.

    September 9, 2010 1 Photo

  • New bus aids Washington Police Emergency Response Team

    Washington Police Department’s Emergency Response Team has a new tool in their crime-fighting toolbox. In fact, you might say it is the toolbox.

    September 7, 2010

  • Meth lab may have caused house fire Meth lab may have caused house fire

    A man was injured in what Washington police suspect may have been a methamphetamine lab explosion Sunday afternoon.

    September 7, 2010 1 Photo

  • New leader of pet control New leader of pet control

    A new manager at the City of Washington Animal Control and Adoption Facility won’t be making sweeping changes. Beth Trousdale, formerly manager of Waterworld of Washington, said her main objectives are to make the puppy room more adopter-friendly, find homes for more cats, tweak and catch up on some paperwork, and build a strong working relationship with the Washington Police Department.

    August 27, 2010 1 Photo

  • Council hears from department heads,considers budgets

    With few exceptions, Daviess County department heads requested 2 percent pay raises for their employees in 2011.

    August 27, 2010