Chester Schulz

The U.S. Army First Division monument at Wadelincourt, France.

A century after his death on a battlefield in northern France, an Evansville soldier is finally recognized for his sacrifice.

Investigation Reveals Why Soldier Not Recognized

May 31, 2018

We now have a pretty good idea of why an Evansville soldier's family endured the agony of waiting four months to learn of his fate after World War I, and how his name was left off a monument to the casualties of the one of the last battles of that war.

Mt. Vernon resident Nancy Hasting has spent the past two years researching the final days of her great-uncle, Army Sergeant Chester Schulz. He was killed in battle near Sedan, France just four days before the end of the war.

Two Main Street- Dr. Tom Kazee

Apr 26, 2018
Steve Burger

David talks about the transition and politics with retiring University of Evansville president Dr. Thomas Kazee.

Community honored for journalism excellence

Apr 25, 2018
RTDNA

As we get settle into our new home at Two Main Street, WNIN will have some new hardware to show off to visitors in the coming months.

Harrison senior wins national contest

Apr 24, 2018
ncsc.org

A senior from Harrison High School in Evansville is the national winner of an essay contest on civics.  

Harrison senior Randi Mincy is the high school winner of the 2018 Civic Education Essay contest, which is sponsored by the National Center for State Courts.

Two Main Street- Carol McClintock

Apr 19, 2018
Steve Burger

David talks with Evansville's First Lady Carol McClintock about everything from her childhood, to how she met her husband and her long history of service in the community.

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