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In coming weeks, the United States Department of Agriculture will begin accepting financial relief applications from farmers who report losses related to COVID-19.

The current coronavirus pandemic has left most people confined to their homes. Consequently, individuals and organizations are forced to hold meetings online. Due to this, the video conferencing industry is experiencing an increase in demand. Video conferencing has become a staple in most homes as the primary way to keep up with school, work, and family.

Private college administrators are closely watching fall enrollment numbers. Funds from tuition, fees, and room and board are the primary source of revenue for the vast majority of private colleges. With the unemployment caused by COVID-19, a larger than average number of families may have financial difficulty affording education.

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INDIANA — A recently released audit by the Indiana State Board of Accounts found that former Georgetown Police Chief Dennis Kunkel failed to deposit more than $8,000 in tow-in fees, which could put him on the hook for double that amount.

"Based on the surveying we are doing, we know there are a lot of people accessing a food pantry for the first time ever, any type of food assistance program for the first time," said John Etling, director for Catholic Charities in Terre Haute

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WILMA HAAG — A graveside service for Wilma T. Haag was held at 11 a.m. Friday, May 22, 2020, at St. John Catholic Cemetery in Loogootee, with Rev. Paul Whiteford officiating.

Dale Lee Woodall, 89, of Cincinnati, Ohio, passed away April 26, 2020, due to surgery complications. He was born Jan. 6, 1931, in Washington, Indiana. He is survived by his loving wife of 64 years, Lois (Thompson) Woodall; beloved children, Darrell (Mary) Woodall, Robert (Maxi) Woodall, Ava …