Portion of Kentucky Hollow Road Closed Thursday for Culvert Replacement

(NEEDMORE) – Kentucky Hollow Road between Trogdon Lane and Old State Road 37 North will be closed on Thursday for culvert replacement.

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Emergency Management Receives Grants for Weather Radios

(BEDFORD) – Emergency Management Director Valerie Luchauer reported to the Lawrence County commissioners this morning that her department received a $10,000 grant to purchase weather…

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Dock Seafood Going Mobile, To Visit Salem

(SALEM) – Dock Seafood has been a Southern Indiana staple for years as it’s serving up its famous fried fish and hushpuppies at four different…

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Common Council Jack Hopkins Social Services Funding Committee Accepting Applications For 2019 Funding

(BLOOMINGTON) – The City of Bloomington Common Council’s Jack Hopkins Social Services Funding Committee invites social services agencies serving the needs of City of Bloomington…

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Firefighters Battle House Fire in Red Hill Addition

(SPRINGVILLE) – Firefighters from Perry and Oolitic Volunteer Fire Department responded to a house fire at 270 Red Hill Addition at 10:07 a.m. this morning.

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Mitchell Community Board of Trustees to Meet March 8 & 9

(MITCHELL) – The Mitchell Community Schools Board of Trustees will meet in executive session Friday and Saturday.

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Monroe County Coroner Waiting on DNR Results in Fatal Fire

(BLOOMINGTON) – Monroe County Coroner Joani Shields says it may be several weeks before she knows positively the identity of the male whose body was…

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Biologist Gene Robinson To Present Patten Lecture At Indiana University Bloomington

(BLOOMINGTON) – The biologist who discovered the first known gene involved in regulating the bee colony’s curious division of labor will speak March 19 and…

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With $30M Gift, Indiana University Renames SPEA School After O’Neill

(BLOOMINGTON) – Indiana University has renamed its School of Public and Environmental Affairs after alumnus and former U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill.

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Officials Aim To Lower Patoka Lake Before Spring Rains Fall

(BIRDSEYE) – Southern Indiana officials are hoping to win federal approval to lower Patoka Lake Reservoir before spring rains arrive because months of precipitation have…

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