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Two Arrested in Jasper on Drug Charges

Two people in Jasper were arrested early this morning on drug charges. Around 4:00 am, officers were dispatched to a gas station on Newton Street in reference to a suspicious vehicle. Upon arrival, two subjects were located and identified as 26-year-old Chelsea Pate of Jasper and 58-year-old David Schutz of...
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Tell City Police arrest two staying at local hotel

EVANSVILLE, Ind., (WEHT) — A drug investigation led to a drug bust in Tell City, Indiana. Anthony D. Spencer, age 40, of Corydon, Indiana, and Lillian M. Johnson, age 24, of Bloomington, Indiana were arrested Tuesday on multiple drug charges. Law agencies say they searched a local hotel room that Lillian Johnson and Anthony Spencer […]
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Mary Jean Kitten, 79, Ferdinand

Mary Jean Kitten, 79, of Ferdinand, died Thursday, June 23, at Scenic Hills at the Monastery in Ferdinand. She was born in Ferdinand July 31, 1942, in St. Meinrad to Edmund and Marcella (Gogel) Graman, Sr. She married Ralph S. Kitten January 27, 1962, at Mary Help of Christians Church in Mariah Hill. He died March 11, 2012.
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2 arrested on dealing charges in Tell City after large amount of drugs found at hotel

Two people were arrested on drug dealing charges in Tell City, Indiana, after police say a large amount of drugs was found in their room at a local hotel. The Tell City Police Department says 40-year-old Anthony Spencer of Corydon and 23-year-old Lillian Johnson of Bloomington were arrested on charges of dealing meth, dealing marijuana, dealing in a controlled substance, possession of a narcotic, and maintaining a common nuisance.
TELL CITY, IN

French Lick Resort Unearths Historical Artifact from the 1800s [Photos]

French Lick Resort announced that they rediscovered a piece of history after over 100 years. Wait until you see what it is. French Lick Resort and West Baden Springs Hotel have a lot of history between the two buildings. However, last week a piece of forgotten history was unearthed between the two tourist attractions in French Lick.
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Search for Wanted Suspect Ends with Gunfire

A multiple-day search for a Chandler, Indiana man has ended. Police had been searching for 64-year-old Michael White since Tuesday evening when he led police on a chase that ended at the Warrick and Pike County line. White was wanted on warrants for dealing meth. During the pursuit, deputies reported...
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Anna Mae Pund, 91, Ferdinand

Anna Mae Pund, 91, of Ferdinand, died Wednesday, June 22, at Scenic Hills at the Monastery in Ferdinand. She was born in Ferdinand September 23, 1930, to Albert and Elizabeth (Krampe) Schaeffer. She married Adrian Pund September 18, 1951, at St. Ferdinand Catholic Church in Ferdinand. He died August 4, 2013.
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Marvin C. Frick, 79, Jasper

Marvin C. Frick, 79, of Jasper, died Tuesday, June 21, at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center in Jasper. He was born in Huntingburg September 11, 1942, to Harold and Leotta (Helmerich) Frick. He married Virginia “Jeanne” Klee November 19, 1960, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Huntingburg.
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Sylvester “Vestie” Nord, 95, Ferdinand

Sylvester “Vestie” Nord, 95, of Ferdinand, died Thursday, June 23, at Scenic Hills at the Monastery. He was born in Mariah Hill April 3, 1927, to Simon and Philomena (Seifert) Nord. Vestie was a graduate of Dale High School and enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corp in 19...
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Man found dead in barn after exchanging gunfire with police

LYNNVILLE, Ind. (AP) — A man being sought as a fugitive has been found dead inside a southwestern Indiana barn after exchanging gunfire with members of a police taskforce. State police say Friday that authorities had been seeking the man for several days when officers located him Thursday near Lynnville.
LYNNVILLE, IN

Evansville Burger Joint Invites You to a FREE Outdoor Family Movie Night

There's nothing more synonymous with summer than catching a flick at the drive-in. 'Round these parts, the nearest drive-in theater is the Holiday Drive-In, located about 30 minutes east of Evansville out in Rockport, IN. I will say that everybody should plan a trip to that drive-in at least once this summer - but if you're looking for a similar experience a little closer to home, I might have just the thing. The thing I'm talking about here is NOT a drive-in, but it is an outdoor movie night, and it's free, and it's in Evansville.
EVANSVILLE, IN

Aluminum plant halts production, lays off 600 Kentucky workers

A large aluminum plant in Kentucky is temporarily halting production and laying off more than 600 workers due to rising energy costs. Century Aluminum has announced plans to shut down its Hawesville smelter for 9 to 12 months starting in August. The plant, with about 628 workers, is the second-largest employer in Hancock County, the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer reported.
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Closure for Lynnville as manhunt ends

LYNNVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) – Residents in Lynnville are breathing a sigh of relief as a days-long manhunt for 64 year old Michael White came to a dramatic end Thursday night. After exchanging gunfire with police officers, White barricaded himself in a barn near Clutter Road. Brad Chapman, a Lynnville resident, is relieved that the days-long […]
LYNNVILLE, IN

Friedman Park hosts walk for liver disease patients

NEWBURGH, Ind. (WEHT) – The American Liver Foundation (ALF) hosted the Liver Life Walk at Friedman Park on June 25. The purpose of the walk was to raise awareness about liver disease and raise funds to support liver patients and their families. The walk is part of a national event by the ALF. Liver Life […]
CELESTINE, IN

Kentucky aluminum plant cuts off production, lays off 600 workers due to high energy costs

A large aluminum plant in Kentucky is temporarily halting production and laying off more than 600 workers due to rising energy costs. Century Aluminum has announced plans to shut down its Hawesville smelter for nine to 12 months starting in August. The plant, with about 628 workers, is the second-largest employer in Hancock County, the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer reported.
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Pike Central hires Bobby Spears as girls basketball coach

PIKEVILLE, Ky. (WYMT) - The Pike Central Lady Hawks have a new man at the helm. PCC introduced Bobby Spears as the Lady Hawks’ new girls’ basketball coach on Friday. He replaces Denise Campbell who resigned last month after two seasons. Spears has a ton of experience in...
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