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Oakland City University officials broke ground Wednesday for the new bell tower planned for the campus in honor of the late Jerry Phillips, who was a math professor and served as vice president for academic affairs. His family donated funds to help build the tower.

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Princeton Community High School’s Future Farmers of America chapter took part in their annual ATV drive across campus, among FFA Week activities this week. Tuesday’s theme was “Cowboy Up” and Monday’s theme was equipment brand apparel. Pictured, from left, are riders Raven Flusche, Jake Whit…

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EVANSVILLE — Old National Bank has been recognized by Ethisphere, a leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, as one of the 2021 World’s Most Ethical Companies.

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EVANSVILLE — Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union was named America’s Best Credit Union for Checking by Investopedia, a financial website based in New York City that attracts 17 million unique US viewers monthly. Investopedia’s newly released Best Credit Unions of 2021 list recognizes si…

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You may not be aware, but January marked a monumental milestone for veterans, particularly those of the Vietnam War. With Congress’ passing of the Defense Authorization Act for 2021, after presidential veto, three new medical conditions have been officially added to the Service Connection Pr…

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Melissa Miller captured this shot of two pals playing in the snow.

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Drew and Luke Ice take a boat slide through Monday’s snow.

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Harry Georlitz, formerly of Oakland City, turns 95 Feb. 23. Cards may be sent to him at 767 East Parkcenter Boulevard Apt 104, Boise, ID 83706.

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A $3,000 Duke Energy Foundation contribution will be used by Isaiah 1:17 Project to provide Bags of Hope directly to children as they enter foster care. Pictured are Kurt Phegley of Duke Energy and Marcia Lambert, executive director of the Isaiah 1:17 Project.

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OAKLAND CITY — Oakland City University is ranked ninth this year for best online bachelor’s degree in operations management by Study.com.

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Princeton Police Chief Derek McGraw and Mayor Greg Wright pictured with new automated external defibrillator units the city purchased with funds from the Edward Byrne Memorial Grant offered through the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. “This grant afforded us the opportunity to purchase 18…

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PRINCETON — Tulip Tree Health Services of Gibson County is among 12 Indiana healthcare providers receiving grants to improve accessibility for people with disabilities.

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