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Saturday, December 10, 2022

October / November 2020

Evansville Business

Power House

The lot that sits between Second and Third streets, blocked in by Vine and Sycamore, in Downtown Evansville has had quite the history.

Building Evansville

In Demand

To understand the history and future of the Vanderburgh Industrial Park, located north along State Road 57, one has to look back at the start of the Evansville Industrial Foundation.

Back Talk

Daniela Vidal

Education: Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Universidad Metropolitana, Caracas, Venezuela and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Southern Indiana.

Business Front

Tarps, Tents, and Family

For more than 100 years, Anchor Industries, headquartered along the northern stretch of Highway 41, has progressed to become a leader in fabric and structure manufacturing. With a long list of awards and accolades, the company has pioneered innovations in tent and tarp manufacturing that has enabled the business to be passed down from generation to generation.

Outside of the Box

With thousands of public and private secondary education institutions to choose from across the country, the University of Evansville sets itself apart through experiential learning programs that benefit students while also giving back to the community.

Another Round

As Indiana entered into Stage 5 of reopening from coronavirus restrictions, the COVID-19 Crisis Response Fund of the Greater Evansville Region announced the eighth and ninth rounds of funding to local organizations.

A Collaborative Company

In 1978, Jim Keller and John Schroeder formed JK and Associates. A few years later in 1982, Dan Arens joined the duo and transitioned the company into Keller Schroeder, the Evansville-based company that is known today for helping businesses improve performance through technology. Now a multi-million-dollar business, the company’s tenure and success partly stem from a unique employee-ownership operation.

Opinions Are Like…

I have chosen this issue to try once again to attempt to free my small brain from the tightly wrapped ropes that are causing my neurons to emit a last gasp instead of firing. So, in an attempt to make some much-needed room, in no apparent order, with no apparent reason, here I go … again.

The Last One Standing

On March 17, Showplace Cinemas became one of countless Tri-State businesses to close their doors due to Indiana’s COVID-19 restrictions. While they remained active with loyal customers on social media, the local cinema company didn’t reopen any locations until Showplace East began showing movies on June 14. Their reopening plan followed the strict guidelines used by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb as he began implementing his state-wide reopening phases.