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Articles in: Society and Politics

Nicole Neff
- 2 years 27 weeks ago
When it comes to journalism, Ella Johnson-Watson has done it all — radio, television, print, and new media. Yet the trajectory for her career...
Nicole Neff
- 2 years 46 weeks ago
When Tracy Gorman became president and CEO of the Evansville Rescue Mission (ERM) in 2008, he expected a learning curve. “I had been a pastor...
Trista Lutgring
- 3 years 29 weeks ago
In 2015, Evansville residents took to the polls in November to decide on who would be mayor of the city for the next four years. Up against...
Emily Patton
- 3 years 32 weeks ago
While practicing family law in Evansville, Kathryn Kornblum-Zelle saw a generational cycle occurring in the court system. “Teachers see...
Emily Patton
- 3 years 40 weeks ago
Whether you bleed Indianapolis Colts blue or sing the “Bengal Growl” Fight Song, every football fan extends respect to Green Bay,...
Stan Schmitt
- 3 years 41 weeks ago
For the people of Pigeon Creek, April 30, 1957, was moving day. Almost all the houseboats on the creek were gathered at the Trockman salvage yard...
Bradie Gray
- 3 years 45 weeks ago
As the general election nears on Nov. 3, Adam Berry says he wanted to create a way for voters to learn which candidates or elected officials they...
2015 Mayoral Candidates
- 3 years 46 weeks ago
As the race for mayor nears the general election on Nov. 3, Evansville citizens work to more closely examine the candidates for the position. Those...
Ian Heslinger
- 4 years 12 weeks ago
Wayne Geurin walks back and forth in his garden, tending to the tomatoes he plants. He gives many of them away, showing his devotion to serving...
Dillon Davenport
- 4 years 12 weeks ago
Tucker Publishing Group collaborated with Dr. Marie Bussing, assistant professor of economics at the University of Southern Indiana College of...
Kelley Coures
- 4 years 15 weeks ago
One of the most colorful mayors in Evansville’s history was Republican Manson Reichert. Elected in 1942 as the Indiana municipal election law...
Trista Lutgring
- 4 years 18 weeks ago
Residents gathered during the end of March at the Four Freedoms Monument in Downtown Evansville to peacefully protest the passing of Indiana Senate...
Trista Lutgring
- 4 years 20 weeks ago
Evansville residents have their choice of a few indoor swimming facilities, including two YMCA pools (one with two swim lanes) and the city-run Lloyd...
Trista Lutgring
- 4 years 20 weeks ago
Newburgh, Indiana, resident Larry Bucshon was first elected to Congress in 2010. He will be up for re-election in 2016. When not in Washington, D.C...
Emily Patton
- 4 years 20 weeks ago
There is an air of optimism surrounding the Evansville community that Julie Welch says she has never before experienced. It’s this kind of...
Kelley Coures
- 4 years 23 weeks ago
Evansville politics have always been interesting, but in two city elections — 1951 and 1955 — the course of history forever changed....
Nathan Blackford
- 4 years 37 weeks ago
In a deeply divided country, just days away from a mid-term election, President Barack Obama waved from the top of the stairs of Air Force One...
Kelley Coures
- 4 years 40 weeks ago
The late 1950s were a rough time in Evansville as the city saw several major blue collar employers leave the area. In 1958, Fantus, a factory...
Rachel Christian
- 4 years 40 weeks ago
Virginia “Ginny” Schroeder had never lived in a city with a great local museum. So when she moved to Evansville in 1975 with her late...
Paul Leingang
- 4 years 40 weeks ago
Many Catholics in Southwestern Indiana go to church and belong to a parish or congregation. Times are changing for many, who may be going to the same...