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Issue CoverEvansvill Business February / March 2011 Issue Cover

February / March 2011

Features
The Welborn Baptist Foundation’s “Adult Health in the Tri-State, 2008” report presents a dismal...
Remember your first bike. Maybe it was shiny and pristine. Perhaps, your bike had streamers. You were a kid then,...
Plenty of excuses sound reasonable to me when it comes to not exercising. I have a full-time job as an account...
Unhealthy employees hurt a business’s bottom line, and Julie Girten hears about it daily. As the executive...
Regulars
When my last letter was published in the December/January 2011 issue, I wrote the following: “I am at a loss...
Long before Emeril Lagasse bellowed, “Kick it up a notch!” on the Food Network, Great Chefs took TV by...
In January, the national unemployment rate hovered near 10 percent, yet experts predict 2011 may be the year...
In the August/September 2010 issue of Evansville Business, we led readers through the newest development at the...
On a Saturday evening last February, Steve Knapp received a phone call from the operator of his business’s...
Thumbing through papers on a clipboard, carrying personal files from one office to the next, and overstocking file...
The decision was made years ago — the implementation, too — but the success continues in Paducah, Ky...
To understand Timothy A. “Tad” Dickel’s approach to education, perhaps you need look no further...
When Alyson Roblero’s son Cooper was 15 months old, the Evansville mother noticed some unusual behaviors:...
Mark Schroeder has a strong German last name. He should. His family came to Jasper, Ind., from Cincinnati in the...
Online Exclusives
Super Bank: Mark Schroeder’s German American Bank wasn’t too big to fail. It was too good to fail....