December 18, 2017
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Articles in: Society and Politics

Trista Lutgring
- 2 years 36 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
- 2 years 36 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
- 2 years 40 weeks ago
Evansville politics have always been interesting, but in two city elections — 1951 and 1955 — the course of history forever changed....
Nathan Blackford
- 3 years 1 week 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
- 3 years 5 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
- 3 years 5 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
- 3 years 5 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...
Jessica Able
- 3 years 11 weeks ago
It’s not unusual for Allen Mounts, director of Evansville Water and Sewer Utility, to lose sleep at night pondering all the things that put the...
Nathan Blackford
- 3 years 15 weeks ago
Naturalization ceremonies are among Richard Young’s favorite moments. As a U.S. District Judge, Young gets to preside over the moment when...
Nathan Blackford
- 3 years 19 weeks ago
In 2010, the Evansville Metropolitan Planning Organization (EMPO) applied for a $1.4 million federal grant to create a regional plan for sustainable...
Paul Leingang
- 3 years 45 weeks ago
Many Christians understand the Gospel challenge to feed the hungry and give drink to the thirsty. Some Christians in the Tri-State know they may also...
Jon Haslam
- 4 years 5 weeks ago
Seven decal-covered Jeep Wranglers making their way around the city are more than patrol vehicles for high schools – they are symbols of a new...
Kristen K. Tucker
- 4 years 5 weeks ago
Evansville Living was founded on a question: Why not Evansville? We think it’s a question that can be asked of many ideas we collect from...
Simone Payne
- 4 years 5 weeks ago
They could just throw parties and pop open bottles of champagne. But that’s not how Steve Titzer and Ron and Kathy Hollander like to celebrate...
Kristen K. Tucker
- 4 years 10 weeks ago
Ten years ago, we hauled a desk and the trappings of an office to Dress Plaza to stage the October/November 2003 issue of Evansville Business...
Victoria Grabner
- 4 years 14 weeks ago
Evansville Living was founded on a question: Why not Evansville? We think it’s a question that can be asked of many ideas we collect from...
Byron Rohrig
- 4 years 17 weeks ago
There’s an old saying beloved by sports commentators that goes like this: “Boy, that kid must be tough: He’s from the South Side of...
Maureen Hayden
- 4 years 19 weeks ago
Back in 1969, when Harrison High School graduate Randall Shepard headed off to study law at Yale University, he was part of a record legion of...
Simone Payne
- 4 years 19 weeks ago
When an F3 tornado ruptured Evansville on Nov. 6, 2005, taking more than 20 lives and demolishing hundreds of homes, the Tri-State response was...
Victoria Grabner
- 4 years 28 weeks ago
David Nichols loves to run. The vice president of the Greater Evansville Runners and Walkers Club (GERWC) has been hitting the pavement for 20 years...