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June / July 2010

Evansville Business

A Watchful Eye

Aloft over Henderson County in a small Cessna, John Blair points out the windows in each direction and out to the horizon, identifying the power plants visible from 3,000 feet. He locates nearly a dozen plants, including the Rockport Power

A Pulitzer Picture

On Feb. 10, 1977, a 30-year-old John Blair was called to Indianapolis by United Press International to cover Anthony Kiritsis’ kidnapping of Indianapolis mortgage executive Richard Hall. Kiritsis had fallen behind on mortgage payments on property he financed with Hall’s

Back Talk

Back Talk: Dona Bergman

The nine-year director of the Evansville Environmental Protection Agency still sits at the same office at the end of the hall inside the C.K. Newsome Community Center, but since April, Dona Bergman’s daily duties have changed. She’s the first director

Business Front

Almost

By the time you read, glance at, or flip right past this column, I will just have returned from a much-needed vacation. Yes, I actually do know you really could care less about my end of the school year and

Recipe for Success

Several winters ago, in their kitchen in Vincennes, Ind., Amy and Chris Bruggeman whipped up batches of homemade caramel corn as holiday gifts for friends and family. “It was something we could make that was easy,” Amy says, “and people

Zoo Crew

“The zoo is my office,” says Amos Morris, director of Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden. While his actual office is located in the Discovery Center, the Missouri native’s job often leads him to the Donald W. McMurtry Veterinary Complex,

Added Value

A successful summer intern will add a new voice to your company and eventually could become a full-time employee. But, if managers aren’t careful from the start, they could spend the summer babysitting fresh-faced college students who habitually update Facebook

Healthcare Diagnosis

Jack Headlee left Creative Press, an Evansville graphic design and printing firm, in 1985. The then-57-year-old Jack rented space in the Riverside Historic District near Downtown to open his graphic design business. The home at 10 Adams Ave. lasted long

The Laws of Science

Born to a blue-collar family on Evansville’s West Side, Steve Bohleber had few opportunities to travel. He didn’t mind. Armed with his grandfather’s camera and an affinity for what he calls “creepy, crawly things,” Bohleber explored his backyard, his neighborhood,

The Laws of Science

Born to a blue-collar family on Evansville’s West Side, Steve Bohleber had few opportunities to travel. He didn’t mind. Armed with his grandfather’s camera and an affinity for what he calls “creepy, crawly things,” Bohleber explored his backyard, his neighborhood,