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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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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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VINCENNES — In 2019, two years after he graduated from Vincennes University with a degree in business administration and management, James Wilkerson took a chance on himself and his future by launching his own business: The Wilkerson Agency (Noble Insurance and Financial Services) in Princeton.

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These summaries of the Gibson County Health Department’s inspection reports are made public after restaurants and food stores had 10 days to respond. Re-inspections are done at the inspector’s discretion. Corrections noted in parentheses were observed by the inspector.

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OWENSBORO, Ky. — Morris Family Homes, a family-owned firm of funeral homes with locations in Owensville, plus Edmonton, Glasgow, Hartford and Leitchfield, Kentucky, has acquired a partnership with Goodwin-Seivers Funeral Home.

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PRINCETON — Princeton Mayor Greg Wright was so pleased with the prospect of more housing availability here that he put a little too much elbow into his ceremonial shovel, bending it during Wednesday’s groundbreaking for Circle Point Villas.

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Dollar General hosts grand opening

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When Susan Elkington, president of Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, got her start in the automotive industry, she had a picture in her head of what a career in manufacturing would look like — then she met Leah Curry, the now-president of Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana.

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PRINCETON — Forty-three Princeton businesses will receive a portion of some $243,750 in COVID-19 relief funds allocated to the City of Princeton for business assistance/recovery.

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WEST LAFAYETTE — Learn about innovative farm management strategies, new technologies for improving efficiency and productivity, ways to help ensure a successful transition of your operation to the next generation and more at the annual Purdue Farm Management Tour, July 8-9.

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Jana Williams mounts some of her handcrafted jewelry to a display board Sunday during the Makers Market event hosted by Downtown Princeton Inc. on the square in Princeton. Local artisans and other vendor booths filled the Gibson County Courthouse lawn as well as portions of State and Hart Street.

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May 1 — 31, 2021Summaries of the Gibson County Health Department’s inspection reports are made public after restaurants and food stores had 10 days to respond. Re-inspections are done at the inspector’s discretion. Corrections noted parentheses were observed by the inspector.

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The ribbon flutters at Friday’s ribbon-cutting and open house for LRA Consulting LLC, which opened at 116 West State Street in Princeton. Owner Kathy Lloyd (second from left) and consultant Debbie Kennard (third from right) provide services to oil and gas operators within the Illinois Basin,…

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(BUSINESS WIRE) — Old National Bancorp and First Midwest Bancorp, Inc. jointly announced Tuesday a merger agreement to combine in an all-stock merger with a total market value of $6.5 billion to create a Midwestern bank with $45 billion in combined assets.

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