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Saturday, July 21, 2018
North Central Indiana YWCA shelters are over capacity: Increased awareness leads to increased demand in South Bend and Elkhart
A domestic violence survivor, whom The Tribune will not name for her safety, has been staying at the Safe Haven shelter in Elkhart since Mother’s Day. The 24-year-old will be moving into her own home, thanks to YWCA North Central Indiana. Staff photo by Santiago Flores
A domestic violence survivor, whom The Tribune will not name for her safety, has been staying at the Safe Haven shelter in Elkhart since Mother’s Day. The 24-year-old will be moving into her own home, thanks to YWCA North Central Indiana. Staff photo by Santiago Flores

Allie Kirkman, South Bend Tribune

ELKHART — “I thought I could fix him,” she said, “but it never happened.”


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Is Evansville stuck in the middle when it comes to its sports market? High schools continue to control local scene despite what could have been

Chad Lindskog, Evansville Courier & Press Sports Columnist

ATTN: Allen

Evansville as a sports market today isn’t that much different than it was nearly 100 years ago. Back then, there was unaffiliated minor league baseball, no college football and high schools such as Reitz and Central ruled newspaper sports coverage.


Friday, July 20, 2018
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Hoosier farmers starting to feel effects of trade war with China: "It doesn't seem like a good strategy," says Dale grain and beef cattle farmer as he sees prices drop

Leann Burke, Herald

ATTN: Delaware, Spencer and Tippecanoe

As Dale grain and beef cattle farmer Dennis Whitsitt watches his crops grow in the fields, he also watches grain prices tumble as tariffs between the U.S. and several other countries take effect.


Saturday, July 21, 2018
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Courier & Press Executive Editor George Spohr dies of cancer at 37

Mark Wilson, Evansville Courier & Press

ATTN: Delaware, Marion, Tippecanoe and Wayne

EVANSVILLE — George Spohr, executive editor of the Courier & Press, died of cancer Thursday night. He was 37.


Friday, July 20, 2018
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New Greenwood facility focuses on comprehensive treatment of opioid abuse, one of five announced by the governor more than a year ago

Annie Goeller, Daily Journal of Johnson County Managing Editor

More than a year ago, Indiana’s governor announced the addition of an opioid-focused recovery center in Greenwood, and now that new facility has opened.


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Running out of room: Wabash Valley animal shelters packed this summer; operators beg pet owners to spay or neuter, restrain pets

Alex Modesitt, Tribune-Star

ATTN: Clay and Sullivan

Animal shelters across the Wabash Valley are in need of help as they are packed and without a lick of room to spare.


Saturday, July 21, 2018
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