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GREENWOOD — The Princeton Daily Clarion earned two first place distinctions in the 53rd annual Hooser State Press Association Better Newspaper Contest awards luncheon Saturday in Greenwood.

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PRINCETON — Princeton Community High School's Marching Tigers earned first place in their division in Salem Saturday, also capturing honors for best music, best visual and best general effect.

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OAKLAND CITY — Rick Speer takes the role of Patoka River National Wildlife Refuge and Management Area as the refuge enters its 25th anniversary.

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FORT BRANCH - Karlee McGowan, 7, is the new USA National Miss Gibson County Princess 2020. She will compete at the USA National Miss state pageant in Indianapolis in February, and hopes to secure a bid to the UNM National pageant at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida next summer.

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HUNTINGBURG – Hillari Mason is Superior Ag's new grain merchandiser at the Princeton grain facility.

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PRINCETON — Gibson County’s July unemployment rate of 2.6% was the lowest in Indiana for the second month in a row, according to data released Monday by Indiana Workforce Development.

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PRINCETON - Indiana Album hosts Community Scanning Days in Gibson County libraries this month, searching for old photos of Indiana and its people.

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PRINCETON — The third annual Upward Sports scholarship golf scramble is Thursday, April 27, at Cambridge Golf Course. Entries of $75 per player or $300 per foursome must be received by April 20. Hole sponsorships are $100 per hole. Check-in and lunch is at noon, shotgun start at 1 p.m. All e…

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PATOKA—Patoka United Methodist Church hosts an annual dinner and auction Saturday, April 8 at the church. 

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PRINCETON—Gibson General Hospital Auxiliary annual geranium sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 10-12 in the hospital lobby. The price is $4.25 each. Colors include red, salmon, pink, wine, and white.

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PRINCETON—The Princeton Community High School Boys Golf Team is raising funds for their season by holding a golf scramble April 15 at the Princeton Country Club.  

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