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Two Teens Avoid Serious Injury When Jeep Flips

 At approximately 11:08 last night Daviess County Dispatch Center received report of a single vehicle crash with possible entrapment.  Trooper Andrew Beaver was in the area and arrived on scene to find a 1994 Jeep Wrangler […]

Worn Out Tire Legislation Being Considered

(NETWORK INDIANA)   State lawmakers have filed legislation in an effort to make Hoosier roadways safer. Rep. Dan Forestal (D-Indianapolis) has co-authored legislation, House Bill 1174, that would ban the installation of unsafe, used tires. It […]

Ice Fisherman Found Dead

A man is dead after officers say he had fallen through the ice as he was fishing on a frozen pond in Morgan County. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says the man was pulled […]

MLK Day Observed Locally

        A local church celebrated Martin Luther King Day yesterday. The annual event at Beulah AME Church on West Walnut is normally held on MLK Day which, but this year, Spokesman Bobby Brooks says they’ve […]

Winter Weather Advisory in Effect

The area is under a Winter Weather Advisory through 4 this afternoon.  The advisory is for snow meaning periods of snow can cause travel difficulties.         The NWS says we’ll see snow up to 2 […]

Obituaries

Gary Lee Boyd

Gary Lee Boyd, 62, of Shoals, passed away at his residence on January 5, 2018 at 4:10PM. He was born July 14, 1955 in Washington, IN to Jack and Ruth (Hawkins) Boyd. He married Jamie […]

Holly Ann LaMarche

Holly Ann LaMarche, 54, of Anna Maria, Florida, and most recently Vincennes, died on January 11, 2018 with her family close by. She was born at Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes on October 21, 1963. […]

Gertrude M. Biddle

Gertrude M. Biddle, 102, of Fritchton, IN, passed away January 11, 2018, at the BridgePointe Health Campus. Gertrude was a member of the First Church of God and the Better Home Study Club. Quilting, sewing, […]

Take 5 For Your Community

Take 5: Martin Luther King Day Service is Sunday at the Washington AME Church
Take 5: National Wild Turkey Federation
Take 5–Daviess County’s 3rd “Night to Shine” is next month
Take 5/ North Daviess Tennis Team Fish Fry 1/4/18
Take 5 1/3/18 Hometown Collaboration Initiative
Take 5 from Monday 1/1/18
Take 5: Washington Baseball Pancake Breakfast

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  • Car flies through the air, into building January 15, 2018
    Authorities in Orange County, California say a car hit a center divider and went flying – into a second floor dentist’s office. Two people in the car suffered minor injuries. The driver admitted to using narcotics and was admitted to a hospital for observation. A nearby surveillance camera caught the incident on video.
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