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Evansville Otters Player of the Week: #7 Brett Chamberlain, C

Position: C
Date of Birth: 09/22/1987
Height: 6' 2" Weight: 220 lbs
Pro Experience: Evansville Otters (2011)
College Experience: Bellevue University
Bats: R
Resides: Safety Harbor, FL

Biography:
Catcher Brett Chamberlain is in his second season with the Evansville Otters. After spending spring training with the Normal CornBelters, he signed with the Otters on May 24, 2011.

Chamberlain saw his 2011 campaign cut short after a season ending injury.

In 28 games, he hit .258 with 25 hits, whi

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Evansville Community Gathered Tuesday for Candlelight Vigil Honoring Domestic Abuse Murder Victims

by Candice Perry
Albion Fellows Bacon Center
Director

We gathered together to honor, to support, to shed light and to inform at the candlelight vigil held June 19th at the Four Freedoms Monument.

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Flickr, TimothJ
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First Ever ‘Evansville Streets Alive’ Event This Saturday

Evansville's fitness initiative continues this Saturday with the first Streets Alive event, taking place on Fulton Ave. from 11am-3pm. Fulton Avenue will be shut down from Maryland Street to Diamond Avenue for this FREE event.

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Nick J. Webb Flickr Creative Commons
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Townsquare Media – Open Position for a Live Events Manager

Live Events Manager
Townsquare Media, LLC
 

Title: Live Events Manager

Company: Townsquare Media, LLC

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Road to the Cure 2012
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Road to the Race – The Evansville Tri-State Affiliate of Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Registration

Most of us have been affected by breast cancer. Whether you are like me and have had friends or family lose the battle or have fought the disease yourself, the little pink ribbon is more than just cute to you - it stands for courage, strength and prevention.

The Evansville Tri-State Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the

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Road to the Race – The Evansville Tri-State Affiliate of Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Registration

Most of us have been affected by breast cancer. Whether you are like me and have had friends or family lose the battle or have fought the disease yourself, the little pink ribbon is more than just cute to you - it stands for courage, strength and prevention

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Photo Courtesy: Elaine Sollars
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Crossroads Christian Church Hosts Easter Worship Services at New Ford Center [Gallery & Poll]

Before Crossroads Christian Church became the giant fixture off Epworth Road in Newburgh that it is today, it was Cullen Avenue Christian Church. Only a handful of attendees soon grew into five church services

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Schnucks Markets To No Longer Sell Beef Products Containing Lean Finely Textured Beef Trimmings

By Mike Adams

Last week in my report Are You Buying Ammonia Treated Meat Here In Evansville, I asked some Tri-State grocers whether or not the ground beef products sold in their stores contained Lean Finely Textured Beef Trimmings, aka Pink Slime.

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JamieAnn - Flickr Creative Commons
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Are You Buying Ammonia Treated Meat Here In Evansville?

By Mike Adams

If you have been paying any attention at all, I am sure you are somewhat aware of the term “Lean Beef Trimmings”, aka Ammonia Treated Meat, aka Pink Slime. It has been a hot topic of discussion in the national news over the course of the last few weeks, ever since fast food restaurants like McDonald's and Taco Bell announced that they would NO longer be using ammonia treated meat in their food products. This announcemen

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Indiana Lawmaker Seeks Daily Prayer in Public Schools

An Indiana lawmaker wants to make daily prayer a part of the public educational system.

According to recent reports, Republican Senator Dennis Kruse filed a bill earlier this week that would require all Indiana school districts to make reciting the Lord’s Prayer a mandatory, daily activity. Students not wanting to participate in the prayer would have the freedom to decline.

However, critics of this proposed legisl

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