On Resale shops thrive in downtown Evansville
mrsjoe, a sidebar to the story that ran in the paper is now posted that includes details about each store. Sorry for the delay.
On Should Yovani be suspended?
We had this discussion this weekend... MLB has such a strong stance on players taking substances to improve their game performance, but where is the reaction when a player does something that could seriously harm/kill others?
On Stuffed and thankful
Maybe I missed it, but what day are volunteers needed?
On Skills gap, campaign finance and energy focus of 45th District forum
They got mixed up with the other forum story from last night. It's fixed. Thanks. -Gina Duwe, reporter
On Three women seek 45th Assembly seat
On Edgerton Middle School principal offered job as Evansville superintendent
I did talk to the school board president, who referred all media questions on the issue to the hired consultant. The consultant returned my message after I had left work on Friday and spoke to my editor. My editor specifically asked if the board had offered the job to Roth. The consultant’s answer was “yes,” pending the remainder of the interview process on Monday and Tuesday. -Gina Duwe, reporter
On Residents voice support, concerns on Beloit casino
dukes: From a previous story: According to the proposed intergovernmental agreement, Ho-Chunk would make quarterly payments of 2 percent of the casino's "net win" to the city. The city would pay 30 percent of its share to Rock County.
How much that could be is unknown.
Arft said the nation's leaders weren't comfortable dropping a number, but they have given city officials a range of potential revenue based on their marketing projections.
"I can tell you that it is a substantial number," Arft said. "It clearly would be a game-changer again in terms of the city's ability to budget and do capital expenditures."http://www.gazettextra.com/news/2012/jan...
On Evansville adds senior project to high school grad requirements
creativework, the volunteer students in the pilot program will be current juniors or seniors. It won't become mandatory until this year's freshmen reach senior year. --Gina Duwe, Gazette reporter
On Evansville-area farm wives discuss life on the farm for local history project
five, they met at Bank of Evansville.
On Evansville teachers, board reach deal in record-setting time
Mason, I hear ya. Here's the details: Terms of the contract include having teachers contribute 5 percent of their health insurance premium and 5 to 6 percent of their retirement. The salary schedule would be tied to the consumer price index, which officials are assuming would be an increase around 1 percent.
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