The experience that a business provides to a customer often determines whether the customer will keep using the brand or move on to another brand. The rise of technology also means that customers have access to more information than ever before. Customers want an instant and convenient experience, which is why the use of chatbots is on the rise. Read more

An effort to cut down on the county’s infant mortality rate has turned into a project to bring more services to Daviess County’s immigrant community. The Daviess County Council has expanded one position of community health liaison in the Daviess County Health Department from a part-time to a full-time post. Read more

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Were you to make a collection of stories for family or posterity, what stories would you include and why? This is an easy enough question to ask, and yet the answer probably does not come easily for most of us. I know that collections can also change with time, and that dynamic is OK too. Due to bedtime reading with my children, I have lots of fairy tales and folklore I could add to a collection of stories. Read more

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John Stephen Foster, former co-president of the Western Boone Little League, is charged with theft, a Level 6 felony, for allegedly misusing the non-profit’s credit card for personal use. The charges are the result of an investigation started last September when the league board discovered some discrepancies in the usage of funds. Read more

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UPDATE: The Parke County Sheriff's Department reports the Jackson Covered Bridge is open for traffic as of Thursday afternoon.

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A covered bridge north of Bloomingdale was damaged at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday when a large truck drove across the bridge and damaged support beams. Read more

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The Vigo County School Corp. is offering some answers about why its 2019 year-end cash balance of $16.2 million is higher than what it had initially projected as $13.5 million. Read more

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Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett covered a lot of ground Wednesday morning in his annual city update, including unified zoning, the downtown convention center, a new police station and potential uses for revenue from a Vigo County casino. Read more

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A new convention center and casino are expected to bring 1.5 million visitors annually to Terre Haute, sparking a new program called “Open for Tourism,” said Kristin Craig, president of the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce.Open for Tourism is a collab Read more

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