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Josh McClellan is the winner of Owensville Carnegie Library’s summer adult reading contest. He won a basket filled with picnic essentials, and a Barnes & Noble gift card.

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PRINCETON — Oakland City Mayor Jim Deffendall updated the common council Tuesday regarding progress on the Wirth Park bike trail, suggesting the city help with the projected $20,000 cost to complete the trail.

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OAKLAND CITY — Evansville Regional Economic Partnership spokesman Andy Zellers told Oakland City officials Tuesday that the community’s $180,000 COVID-19 grant program for small businesses awarded $175,500 in grants to small businesses when the funds were made available in June.

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Centerpieces at the Lyles Station Farm to Table fundraiser contained flowers grown on the grounds of Lyles Station. They were sold for $10 each at the end of the night, along with produce grown in-house. Guests were invited to tour the historic school and museum while they were on site.

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The Lyles Station Farm to Table Fundraiser picked up Saturday after a break during the COVID shutdown. The event raises money for Lyles Station while also emphasizing locally sourced connections. Pictured is one of Oakland City University’s Cross Country team member serving guests Saturday. …

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Pierre Brant mans the grill Saturday at a Maple Hill Cemetery Fundraiser. Kevin Whitten owns the grill on wheels and says he has been manning it and donating food to organizations for a few years through his service called God’s Grill. The evening also included a half-pot drawing, live music…

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OAKLAND CITY — Oak Grove Cemetery Board’s meeting is canceled again this year due to COVID-19, but members report they still need donations for maintenance of the cemetery.

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Corn is harvested from this field on County Road 200 East, just south of Ind. 168.

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Princeton Community High School’s Marching Tigers perform their fall show, “Celestial Sphere” in competition at Evansville Central High School on Saturday. The Tigers earned second place in their division. They compete again Saturday at Greenwood.

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Theresa Brooks shucks corn Wednesday morning at Berry’s Produce and Country Market in Princeton.

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Left: Princeton Parks and Recreation Department had extra help Saturday from Princeton Community High School’s softball team. The team volunteered to spread mulch around the trees at the park for about three hours. Right: Princeton Community High School softball players spent Saturday mornin…

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OAKLAND CITY — Oakland City Columbia Township Public Library recently received a $1,317 grant to install an indoor/outdoor vertical garden that will grow fresh greens, year-round.

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A new digital sign is in place on the grounds of New Life Church of the Nazarene, off Embree Street in Princeton.

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Isabelle Kyle of Haubstadt was named to The University of Alabama Presidents List for summer semester 2021.

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PRINCETON — A new scam attempt targets senior citizens in Gibson County, reports Gibson County Council on Aging’s executive director, Julia Rahman.

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LOUISVILLE — Trilogy Health Services, parent company of RiverOaks Health Campus and 63 other facilities in Indiana, is responding to the current worker shortage with an $8 million investment, the company reported in a news release Wednesday.

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