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What You May Not Have Known About Easter

Easter Sunday is coming and churches are preparing for special services, whether it's a traditional sunrise service or the big service at the Ford Center.

But where do our Easter traditions come from? The day is exciting for kids who search for hidden eggs and place them in seasonal baskets

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Category: Easter, Newsletter
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Color Run and More This Saturday on Franklin Street – Amy Word Breaks It Down [Interview]

The Franklin Street Events Association (I'll refer to them as FSEA from now on) continues to put on awesome events on Evansville's west side. This Saturday they are back with a day full of activities during their Earth Day celebration.

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The Public Education Foundation of Evansville Invites You to Thank a Teacher!

-Amy Walker
Beginning April 15 through May 9, the Public Education Foundation of Evansville, Inc., will offer its spring Thank a-Teacher program. New this year is an effort to encourage persons to Salute-A-Staffer, as well. Staff m

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John James Audubon State Park’s Civil War Living History Weekend: Don’t Take Man’s Best Friend to a Civil War Reenactment!

Back in '97, Jenny and I were driving to my parents' winter home in Florida for Christmas, and along the way, we were learning some U.S. history by hitting Civil War battlefields.  We had both of our dogs, Sam and Spencer, with us, which was no problem because we could leave them in our big conversion van with the side windows open (screens).  However, at one battlefield there was to be a reenactment and we made the BIG mistake of taking the dogs with us...

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Make Plans to Dine Out During the American Red Cross Dine Out Day!

Who doesn't like to have an excuse to dine out, especially when it benefits an organization that does so much good for the community?  The American Red Cross is asking you to dine out to help them help others!  There's a long list of participating restaurants for the American Red Cross Dine Out Day all day on Wednesday, April 23.  Here's the list of restaurants you can visit:

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Ariane Bélisle
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Women-Centered Expo is Coming To Evansville

Are you looking for that perfect Mother's Day gift? Guys, are you seeking answers to the burning age-old question of what women really want?

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Rise Up and Run Event to Benefit Evansville Christian Life Center Circles® Initiative

The Evansville Christian Life Center's Rise Up and Run event is this Saturday, April 19th, and the stations of Townsquare Media invite you to put on the running/walking shoes and get ready to raise money for the Circles® initiative.  Here's what you need to know about "Rise Up and Run!"

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Indiana Residents Pay Higher Income Taxes Than Most

Indiana residents have been forced to give a larger percentage of their hard-earned income to state and local taxes, while their incomes continue to decline, according to a recent national study.

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Should the State of Indiana Force Small School Districts to Consolidate? [Poll]

The idea of public school consolidation has been floating around for several years now and there have been some school districts that have been forced into consolidating due to financial stresses, but should the State of Indiana, or any state for that matter, force the schools of communities to consolidate even if the people of those communities don’t want consolidation?

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Detective Nathan Schroer’s ‘I Am Second’ Video Premiered at Guns & Hoses – See It Here

Evansville police detective Nathan Schroer's brave and inspirational battle with Leukemia came to an end last year. An 11-year veteran of the EPD and Pastor at Northwoods Church, it was Detective Schroer's faith that shined the brightest in his life.

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