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News of the pandemic devastating the restaurant industry seems exaggerated here in Boone County. At least as far as Parky’s Smokehouse on the north side of Lebanon is concerned. Owner Mike Baran created several new concepts to combat the effects of COVID-19. Read more

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — The Clark County Health Department is awaiting state guidance on how to proceed with the additional 1,200 vaccine doses it received this week, in light of new information recently issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on second doses. Read more

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JEFFERSONVILLE — Numbers released from the Clark County Health Department show that during three months of 2020, drug overdose cases seen in the emergency room were at or well above the previous record — which health officials say points to the need for continued education and advances in treatment. Read more

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The Vigo County School Corp. will receive $1.25 million as part of a settlement agreement with Energy Systems Group LLC, a former district vendor that had done more than $40 million worth of energy savings and related projects for the school corporation. Read more

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January and February may be cold and dreary but those two months also promise a new spring, filled with green and growing plants is just around the corner. Over the weekend, broccoli, cauliflower and tomatoes began to sprout in the greenhouse. It won’t be long before these seedlings are transplanted into packs. We also planted some collards in a planter box as well as some green onions. Our winter garden is almost done. The rest of cabbage was harvested over the weekend and about all that remains is turnips. Read more

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Christian Robison's interest in the military, flag code and all things patriotic was inspired by his friendship with 97-year-old World War II Marine Corp. veteran Carl Scott of Elwood. Read more

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many disruptions for public education in Indiana, and while that may seem like a good reason to forego the ILEARN test, Republican leaders believe that's a major reason why testing should take place. But along with that, they say they support legislation to hold schools harmless from consequences for poor results. Read more

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