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Princeton Community High School’s precision machining students competed at the SkillsUSA Regional Competition Saturday at Vincennes University. Colton Hill placed second in manual machining, winning a $1,000 scholarship, and Clayton Mason earned first place in CNC milling, winning a $2,500 s…

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EVANSVILLE — Deaconess ranks first in Indiana for pulmonary care and stroke care, and is among the top 100 hospitals in the nation for this care in 2023, according to a new analysis released by Healthgrades. Additionally, Deaconess is ranked No. 2 in Indiana for critical care and No. 3 in In…

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OWENSVILLE — Shinnyville Hill will soon be opening just east of Owensville, giving locals a beautiful place to share special moments together.

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Princeton Community Middle School students and chaperones got a break from this week’s frigid weather, traveling to Disney World with a police escort as a part of the Cops Connecting With Kids Disney Adventure program.

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Princeton Community High School homecoming celebration’s king and queen are crowned at intermission between the JV and varsity basketball games Friday night at Tiger Arena. Pictured are homecoming attendants and king/queen candidates

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The Daughters of Isabella, Haubstadt Circle 151, convened at the K of C Hall in Haubstadt on Jan. 16, for a regular meeting. The meeting was opened by Regent Kris Lutz. Whitney Mayer requested that the circle order rosaries for the women’s Welcome Weekend and this was approved.

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PRINCETON — Indiana Sheriffs’ Association awards college scholarships to qualified high school seniors or college students pursuing a degree in criminal justice studies.

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PRINCETON — Charles Kiesel’s February “Chats with Charlie” program at Princeton Public Library takes patrons on a “History Mystery Tour.”

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EVANSVILLE — Deaconess Health Systems pledged $550,000 to assist Ivy Tech Community College Evansville in expanding its nursing program and faculty members.

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