Dunn Hospitality Group may be celebrating 40 years of business in 2017, but they are keeping their mindset young. The Evansville-based, third-generation, family-run hotel company is catering to the region’s millennial population with two new modern hotels on the city’s
June / July 2017
Hometown: Evansville, Indiana Education: Harrison High School graduate, attended Indiana State University Evansville (now the University of Southern Indiana), graduate of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Resume: 25 years as a detective with the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office; served as
7:12 a.m. Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke strolls up to the front door of WEVV 44News along Carpenter Street, two boxes of Donut Bank doughnuts in his hands. “It’s my way of an apology,” he says with a laugh and a
I was attending a business meeting in Houston, Texas, May 21, and went to my room for a moment prior to a lunch meeting. My cell phone rang and my sister was telling me our father William Franklin Tucker Jr.
Shoppers, walkers, and visitors can stroll down Main Street and still see signs of the past present today — literally. A trolley stop sign still stands on the walkway as a reminder of the days when trolleys ran up and
Ryan Cain’s obsession with audio equipment began in his car. In college, this interest led him to a sales job with ADT. Today, Cain owns the video, security, and audio equipment store Paragon Sight Sound Security, located at 133 W.
For Rita and Larry Meeks, giving back is second nature. The owners of Gibco Motor Express, though quite humble, are known by many in the city for their generous spirits. “We figure God blesses us so much, we just are
River City residents recently had to brush up on their “hallos” and “auf wiedersehens” to welcome a delegation from Evansville’s sister city Osnabrück, Germany. The delegation of 18 people included the city’s Lord Mayor Wolfgang Griesert, the region’s Chamber of
“Inventor” is not exactly how Josh Hazelwood describes himself. “I’m just a guy with a lot of ideas,” says the University of Sothern Indiana graduate and Indianapolis native. At the Evansville Startup Weekend 5.0, held in February 2016, Hazelwood took
Paul Musgrave became interested in news as a 4 year old, watching PBS in his home near Haynie’s Corner. Today, he is an expert in foreign policy, teaching political science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and writing for notable
Storage units have become a common setting in popular culture. From storing Walter White’s drug money stash in the hit show “Breaking Bad” to housing dead bodies in Netflix’s new zombie comedy “Santa Clarita Diet,” people are fascinated by how