Toyota Indiana employee Greg Byram (left) hands a set of keys to a 2016 Toyota Sienna to Brian Kerney, executive director at Aurora, during the Toyota Indiana 20th anniversary celebration at the visitors center in Princeton onWednesday. Byram was one of the members of the first production crews at the plant. Staff photo by Jason Clark
Zach Evans, Evansville Courier & Press
More than $4 billion invested, approximately 4.45 million vehicles built, $119.3 million paid in property taxes, more than 264,000 employee volunteer hours and $23 million donated to local nonprofits — all parts of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana’s two decades in Gibson County.
BUNKER HILL – More than $7,500 in donations will help Maconaquah Middle School establish a new program in which students will raise cattle on school property and then turn the animals into school lunches.
Mark Rogers stands proud in the early morning breeze, the George Rogers Clark Memorial looming in the distance behind, and straightens his wool jacket in its bright shades of navy blue, yellow and red.