November 19, 2018
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Articles in: On the Clock

Elisa Gross
- 15 weeks 3 days ago
Mornings at Emge’s Deli and Ice Cream always start with coffee, followed by putting on the bacon and fried potatoes. While running and...
Trista Lutgring
- 49 weeks 3 days ago
Risk taker and thrill seeker — many have asked veteran driving instructor Bob Hawkins if he fits any of these descriptions. The daunting task...
Elisa Gross
- 1 year 7 weeks ago
“Newburgh to Crystal Taylor. Newburgh to Crystal Taylor.” Lockmaster Tony Barron pages an Ingram barge preparing to go through the...
Emily Patton
- 2 years 23 weeks ago
Give a police officer a horse and instead of walking nervously by, crowds flock to steal a glimpse and a pet. The phenomenon is one Evansville Police...
Trista Lutgring
- 2 years 39 weeks ago
On a chilly February morning, Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden Zookeeper Shannon Irmscher stands in the outdoor exhibit of the zoo’s red...
Trista Lutgring
- 2 years 49 weeks ago
Lori Anderson’s workdays begin around 7 a.m. when she arrives at the home of Mariline, 88, and Roy, 89, on the North Side. She prepares...
Trista Lutgring
- 3 years 15 weeks ago
From the attorneys to the witnesses, there are several important players in court cases. But one critical person often is overlooked — the...
Brick Briscoe
- 3 years 24 weeks ago
Evansville native Matt Clark is at the top of his game. Newly married, he carries himself like a man who has found his center. Wander into the...
Emily Patton
- 4 years 7 weeks ago
“My customers want a Thanksgiving turkey, fresh-dressed never frozen, that dresses out 17 to 21 pounds and you can’t find that anywhere...
Erin Miller
- 4 years 15 weeks ago
Jan Howell knows Martin’s breakfast order by heart. The customer from Henderson, Kentucky, “gets three egg whites, a slice of bacon...
Emily Patton
- 4 years 31 weeks ago
A couple of years after Hasting Plants first opened, a newspaper reporter visited the seasonal greenhouse operation near Mount Vernon, Ind., and...
Erin Miller
- 4 years 39 weeks ago
When your son or daughter leaves for college, you hope success follows them. But what happens when his car won’t start after a class, a bad...
Theresa Scheller
- 4 years 48 weeks ago
The twinkling light displays of Ritzy’s Fantasy of Lights has Garvin Park glowing for the 20th year this holiday season. Yet there is more than...
Brendan Haas
- 5 years 32 weeks ago
Bruce Flener may have started out as a bus driver for the Metropolitan Evansville Transit System. Yet after 19 years, he’s easily become a tour...
Trisha Weber
- 6 years 31 weeks ago
Though it’s not a morning ritual, a 3 a.m. awakening by the police isn’t necessarily atypical for Mary Margaret Lloyd. Crime never sleeps...
Wendy Hudson
- 6 years 38 weeks ago
When she was 10 years old, Mary Gamblin set her sights on becoming a nurse anesthetist, following in the footsteps of her maternal grandmother, Irene...
Trisha Weber
- 7 years 4 weeks ago
When Rachael Goldman was a child, her family’s pawnshop was a playpen. It was where she and sister Andrea played dress-up with fine jewelry,...
Trisha Weber
- 7 years 13 weeks ago
Tony Kemp’s day starts at 5:30 a.m. Fifteen minutes later, he wipes sweat from his brow. For the golf course superintendent, it will be the...
Alissa Young
- 7 years 31 weeks ago
For one week in June, the highways are transformed. A flashy flame-painted Corvette C5 and striped Mustang share the road with an old Mopar and an...
Kristen Lund
- 7 years 39 weeks ago
Long before Emeril Lagasse bellowed, “Kick it up a notch!” on the Food Network, Great Chefs took TV by storm in the early 1980s by...