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Indiana releases graduation rates
The overall high school graduation rate didn’t change much in Indiana last year, but Evansville’s public schools saw a slight drop. Indiana’s...
Lampost project moving ahead
An effort to make Evansville’s Historic District safer and brighter is moving forward. Neighbors have raised $97,000 toward Phase I of a...
Wathan high on fertilizer plant, area economy
The head of a local economic development group says he’s pleased the State of Indiana is reconsidering support for a huge plant in Posey County....
Where will IU students park?
An inevitable question about the planned IU medical and research complex in Downtown Evansville is where will 2,000 students and faculty park?...
Hoosiers paying more in state and local taxes
Now that the tax deadline has arrived, a new study shows Indiana residents have been paying a growing percentage of their income on state and local...
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