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Spreading mulch, painting, sorting clothes — a variety of chores that take time and people-power — spruced up communities during the Serve The Valley Event sponsored by United Way of the Wabash Valley.

Facebook releases new features and tools all the time. Many of these releases go under the radar, especially minor tweaks that don’t affect marketers (or consumers) much. However, when you are using Facebook for business marketing it is important to track major updates closely so you aren’t left behind.

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Terre Haute is where Larry Bird began his legendary collegiate basketball career at Indiana State University, followed by his acclaimed professional career with the Boston Celtics in the NBA. It's that history that attracted members of "The Official Fan Club of Larry Bird" to Terre Haute this weekend

A bench made of recycled plastic commemorates the legacy of a Terre Haute firefighters who died during the COVID-19 pandemic. Jennifer Schoffstall and son Jake were the first to sit on the bench in honor of John Schoffstall.

Bees, busy as they are known to be, have benefited people, plants and the planet for centuries and continue to play a vital role in agriculture. Bees pollinate crops, increase yields and give rise to a lucrative honey industry.

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NEW ALBANY — As Southern Indiana governments and organizations scramble to submit applications hoping to tap in to a pool of $500 million in state funding, New Albany officials believe they truly have a regional project worthy of a grant.

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Frankton’s Abby Bailey sold her swine for $1,500 in the 71st annual 4-H livestock auction Thursday, following in the footsteps of her grandfather, who was active in the 4-H program and auctions.

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