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School Treasurer explains accounting changes

           Changes in state and federal laws will affect accounting procedures for Indiana schools.  That is what Washington School Treasurer Carrie Alford told the Washington School Board at Thursday’s meeting.         Alford […]

Daviess County Fair is next week…

        Due to an apparent lack of interest and participation there’s no Daviess County Fair Parade or Queen Contest this year.         Again there’s no queen contest or fair parade scheduled for this year’s Daviess […]

St. Vincent announces more layoffs

(AP) — Indiana’s second-largest health provider has laid off another 85 employees across the state. The Indianapolis Business Journal reports St. Vincent Health confirmed the recent layoffs in a statement Thursday in which it cited […]


William “Burrell” Jones

William “Burrell” Jones age 94, formally of Shoals, passed away at the Loogootee Nursing Center on June 21, 2018 at 3:00 a.m. He was born February 29, 1924 in Martin County to Edward and Margaret […]

Peggy L. Nowling

Peggy L. Nowling, 66, Plainville, IN, passed away peacefully on Fri., June 15, 2018. She was born on March 10, 1952, in Daviess County, IN, to Ernest L. and Grace (Farley) Beasley.  Peggy married Roger […]

Nellie P. Sircy

Nellie P. Sircy, 93, of Greenfield, formerly of Elnora, passed away on Thursday, June 14, 2018 at Hancock Regional Hospital. Born March 3, 1925 in Daviess County, she was the daughter of William Zack and […]

Take 5 For Your Community

Take5 : Irish Center Picnic is Sunday
Take 5: Washington July 4th Celebration
Take 5: Monster Trucks at the Fair
Take 5: Barr Reeve Band Cruise-In
Take 5: Hatchet Alumni Baseball Game
Take 5: Daviess County Right to Life
Take 5: Hatchet House getting a new floor

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