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Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Vectren confirms merge into CenterPoint Energy of Houston: Its corporate offices will be in Houston and Vectren name to be dropped

John Martin, Evansville Courier & Press

ATTN: Posey and Spencer

EVANSVILLE — Vectren and Houston-based energy CenterPoint Energy announced a merger agreement has been approved by boards of both companies.

Monday, April 23, 2018

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Heart Over Height: Hauser freshman overcomes achondroplasia to contribute on court, diamond

Ted Schultz, The Republic Sports Writer

ATTN: Allen and Shelby

HOPE — Lexi Tallent already had immersed herself in competitive basketball and softball for a few years when she learned the news last year that almost no one in those sports wants to hear.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
James Cameron forgave Marion lynch mob, dedicated his life to serving the oppressed; survivor's dream of museum lives on at Montgomery, Alabama memorial

Scott L. Miley, CNHI Statehouse Bureau

ATTN: Carroll, Clark, Hancock, Henry, Johnson, Knox, Kosciusko, Posy, Pulaski, Spencer, Sullivan, Vigo and Warrick

MILWAUKEE – James Herbert Cameron Jr.’s hopes for a museum dedicated to the story of slavery and lynching in America is still a dream. But now the cause has been taken up by supporters of the late activist.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Creating a better world for everyone at Indiana University Southeast: CCR provides world-view educational resources

Melissa Goforth, News and Tribune

NEW ALBANY — Tucked away on the third floor of the Indiana University Southeast Library, a little-known multicultural treasure chest overflowing with artifacts and countless learning opportunities is available for the community to enjoy

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Invested in immigration: Foreign-born workers increasing in Columbus

Mark Webber, The Republic Public Safety Reporter

A local panel of experts discussed how immigration and a diverse workforce will make Columbus more competitive in Indiana and the United States.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Indiana Gaming Commission approves Horseshoe's $85 million inland casino plans

Danielle Grady, News and Tribune

ELIZABETH — Armed with approval from the Indiana Gaming Commission, Horseshoe Southern Indiana is now able to move its riverboat casino operations inland with the construction of an $85 million facility.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
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