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Who among us is above reproach? [Read More]
The following list was compiled from reports to area law enforcement agencies:... [Read More]
U.K. judge: Heard can be in court for Depp testimony... [Read More]
Amid furor over monuments, Trump seeks 'garden' of U.S. heroes... [Read More]
Officer shot and killed, suspect found dead in Ohio... [Read More]
My article last week began by saying that a wet year helps more than it hurts. [Read More]
Fans and hotrod owners waited months for this year's first Sunset Cruisers Cruise-in. [Read More]
Owensboro Public Schools is on track with its energy project that is expected to significantly reduce the electric footprint in every building in the district. [Read More]
El Rodeo Night Club, 1900 E. 15th St., Owensboro... [Read More]
The following Owensboro-area bankruptcies were filed in federal court from June 23 to June 29. Chapter 7: Court-appointed trustee sells assets, and the debtor is... [Read More]
Daviess County Public Schools is offering its summer feeding program. DCPS meals will include breakfast and lunch for two days, and be provided from 11... [Read More]
The following real estate transfers were recorded between June 9-23, 2020:... [Read More]
Many Daviess Countians got a big shock last week when they opened mail from the Daviess County Property Valuation Administrator's office to find the value... [Read More]
There hasn't been a lot of commercial or industrial construction in the county since the pandemic hit in March. [Read More]
Matt Weafer's dream of owning his own restaurant came true in February, when he and his wife, Jessica, bought Niko's Bakery & Cafe in Wesleyan... [Read More]
During the summer months, Cecil Farms has been a place of earning and learning for young people. [Read More]
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We have a bad combination going on in our home right now. [Read More]
Dianne McFarling's life could be summed up in one word: service. [Read More]
Fresh Start for Women continues to upgrade its 12-apartment complex, which was built in the '70s. [Read More]
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