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Gibson General Hospital’s emergency room triage tents go up for service that began Monday. The tents, stationed at the entrance of the hospital ER, are used for assessing potential ER patients as a precaution to separate any potential COVID-19 patients from other patients in the emergency room.

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Phil Perry of Phil’s Electronics repairs the WiFi modem in Bus 25 parked at the community center in Hazletonon, so students can again access the internet to download lessons. North Gibson School Corporation also has buses providing rural internet located at Mount Olympus and Patoka. Perry in…

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PRINCETON — During the statewide stay-at-home mandate response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Gibson County government offices are closed to the public, but staff are working.

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PRINCETON — Gibson County Chamber of Commerce and MasterPlan4Success co-host a series of live webinars for small businesses, beginning April 1:

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Customers of Uniquely Michaels Florist and Gifts in Princeton responded over the weekend with anonymous orders for 62 floral arrangements that were delivered to River Oaks, Good Samaritan, The Waters and Transcendent Healthcare. The store doors are closed to the public amid the COVID-19 stay…

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WIN Energy REMC presents a $1,000 donation to Gibson County Council on Aging Executive Director Julia Rahman to be used for the center’s HVAC equipment.

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PRINCETON — Gibson County Visitors and Tourism Bureau recently earned the Indiana Tourism Association award for best advocacy initiative at the ITA annual conference in Elizabeth.

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OAKLAND CITY — Oakland City University reported last week that its criminal justice baccalaureate degree programs are ranked 7th in the nation through GradReport.

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HAUBSTADT— Haubstadt-based Carts Gone Wild LLC plans to open a second location in Owensboro, Kentucky March 3.

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EVANSVILLE — Candice Croix has been named director of Indiana Landmarks’ Southwest Field Office in Evansville, replacing Stewart Sebree, who retired in November.

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Casi Anders of Rosemeyer Agency, left, accepts the Indiana Farmers Award of Excellence for 2019 from Indiana Farmers Field Marketing Representative Lisa Rau. The award is presented annually to an insurance agent/customer service representative, based on their professionalism, focus on provid…

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Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs Exeutive Director Jodi Golden and Southwest Community Liaison Lisa Muench meet with Princeton Mayor Greg Wright on Friday afternoon to talk about OCRA programs and how the agency works with local communities in projects. OCRA programs have helped…

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Isaiah 1:17 Project Executive Director and Founder Marcia Lambert accepts a donation from Pain Management Group Regional Chief Operating Officer Jason Berkhalter and Gibson General R.N. Audrey Heldt on Wednesday in Princeton. The donation was made possible as a part of PMG’s Pay it Forward G…

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Isaiah 1:17 Project Executive Director and Founder Marcia Lambert explains what the organization does while talking with Pain Management Group Regional Chief Operating Officer Jason Berkhalter on Wednesday.

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Gibson County Chamber of Commerce Director Patty Vanoven presents Ross Key with a “Gibsonopoly” game Thursday during the ribbon cutting ceremony for Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company in Princeton. Key serves as the vice president and agriculture relationship sales manager.

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From The Daily Clarion staff: We're getting word that someone who represents themself as an employee of The Daily Clarion is contacting businesses and offices in the county, asking for personal contact information. The call is originating from a phone number that would appear to be from Conn…

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PRINCETON—Highway Machine Company Gears has completed manufacturing a large gear set and pinions for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for installation to produce electricity for Ozark Hydroelectric Power Plant in Ozark, Arkansas.

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