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Monday, December 18, 2017
This is opioid addiction in Monroe County, and this is how it ends
Dominique Tafoya and her father, Steve Tafoya, pose for a photo on a hike during a family vacation in Arkansas. Courtesy photo
Dominique Tafoya and her father, Steve Tafoya, pose for a photo on a hike during a family vacation in Arkansas. Courtesy photo

Laura Lane and Abby Tonsing, Herald-Times

ATTN: Greene

Toward the end, Steve Tafoya grabbed his daughter Dominique’s track-marked arm as she walked past. “That’s what’s gonna kill you,” he screamed. “Right there.”


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Opioids and babies: Hoosiers at greater risk at birth of withdrawal syndrome: State study pushing for standard screenings of pregnant mothers, babies

Lincoln Wright, South Bend Tribune

ATTN: Marion

The United States is in the midst of an opioid epidemic, and now in Indiana it’s becoming more clear that the problem is affecting people of all ages — even newborns.


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Evansville-Vanderburgh County schools suing hundred of families for unpaid fees: EVSC will take nearly any payment plan deal that yields money

Thomas B. Langhorne, Evansville Courier & Press

EVANSVILLE — They said they didn’t want to do it. They did it only as a last resort, and only after numerous attempts to avoid it.


Sunday, December 17, 2017
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Smiley reacts to sexual misconduct allegations; future in Howard County's Hall of Legends uncertain

The community is still reeling after news of Tavis Smiley’s alleged sexual misconduct broke Wednesday.


Saturday, December 16, 2017
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Mount Vernon father and son continue family towboat tradition on the Ohio River


Monday, December 18, 2017
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Creche course in collecting: Indiana woman keeps an assortment of more than 300 Nativity scenes on display all year

Mitchell Kirk, Pharos-Tribune Staff Writer

LOGANSPORT – It’s officially Christmastime, which for many means breaking out their Nativity scenes.


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