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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Northwestern vice president Jim Phillips was chosen Monday to chair the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Committee for the 2021-22 season, succeeding Kentucky athletic director Mitch Barnhart.
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The Princeton Optimist Club announced Tuesday that the Black Patch Heritage Festival would be canceled this year due to health concerns regarding COVID-19.
The organizer for the annual Dawson Springs BBQ 5K said he is excited to bring a sense of normalcy back to the Dawson Springs community after months of coronavirus-related uncertainty.
As the United States continues to face a coin shortage, local banks are encouraging citizens to return any loose change into circulation for an equivalent cash exchange.
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The Princeton Rotary Club ended the 2019-20 Rotary year with several awards presented. This year, for the first time ever, both the Rotary International Convention and the District 6710 Conference were held online.
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Despite it being the middle of the summer, Christian County Middle School was busy as ever Tuesday, as a plethora of citizens waited in line for help with their unemployment claims.