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  1. Court rulings restrict police seizures in Indiana

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Two court rulings have limited police seizures in the state of I…
  2. A brotherhood that gives back

    “That’s the thing with this cancer,” said Dusty O’Brian as he stood on a newly constructed white vinyl ramp complete with solar powered lights in front of the home he shares with his wife, Valentina. “It makes your eyes leak.”…
  3. Feds urged to settle feud over what constitutes milk

    WASHINGTON -- Marilyn Hershey hates it when asked if she prefers almond milk in her latte at a coffee shop in Chester County,…
  4. Kernels of knowledge

    Sophomores in Washington High School’s Cross Curricular Classes Project Outreach or C3PO learned about conservation, technology in agriculture and how to calculate the yield of a field, among other things agriculture related Tuesday while at Boyd Farms. Now in i…
  5. State considers repeal of handgun permit law

    INDIANAPOLIS — Police organizations want Indiana to keep its handgun licensing system, officials told a legislative study committee on T…
  6. County to put Old National building back on market

    The vacant Old National Bank building will be up for sale once again after the Daviess County Commissioners decided to put it back on the market Tuesday. The commissioners voted to begin procedures that will eventually result in the…
  7. Your retirement planning starts with Social Security

    Right now is the perfect time to start planning for a secure, comfortable retirement. And you can count on Social Security to help you begin the…
  8. National park hosts eclipse viewing event

    VINCENNES — Monday afternoon at 2:23, everyone gathered around George Rogers Clark Memorial stopped and stared as the 2017 solar eclipse reached its totality point for Vincennes, Indiana, 97 p…