Daviess County COVID-19

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School and Business Updates

ISU begins processing student COVID-19 grants

Indiana State University began processing $3.12 million in federal CARES Act grants to eligible students Monday. The grants, which will be...

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Small Hoosier businesses cashing in on forgivable federal loans

INDIANAPOLIS — More than 67,700 Hoosier businesses have received a combined $9.5 billion in forgivable loans from the Small Business...

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Purdue launches Fast Start program for Indiana high school students

Free online courses and exams can save students up to one full year Five exams can save almost $11,000 and assure admission into...

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BBB Warns Local Businesses of Overpayment Scams

It's no secret that COVID-19 (coronavirus) is making things tough on small businesses. Closures, cancellations and stay-at-home orders have...

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Bill to provide more funding for small businesses

INDIANAPOLIS — The U.S. Senate passed a $484 billion bill to replenish funding for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and provide...

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Loogootee schools offering free meals to students

LCSC will continue to provide 10 free meals per week (5 breakfast and 5 lunches) through our "Grab-and-Go" program every Tuesday from 11...

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Gov. Holcomb Signs Executive Order To Waive Incomplete Education Requirements

INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Eric J. Holcomb today in coordination with Superintendent of Public Instruction Jennifer McCormick signed an...

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INDOT launches temporary permits for food trucks at highway rest areas

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Transportation announced the launch of a temporary program to permit licensed food trucks to...

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Small business should look out for scammers

Scammers are looking to capitalize on more than just consumers' fears over the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. They are also hoping to...

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NewWave Communications Donates $2,500 to Feed My Sheep

In an effort to assist with COVID-19 relief efforts across their 21-state footprint, NewWave Communications and the other Cable One family...

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Department of Workforce Development offers Assistance

The Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) would like to assist employers and agents during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Please review...

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North Daviess plans for conclusion of school year

Elementary 812-636-8000, Ext. 2000 Jr-Sr High School 812-636-8000, Ext. 3000 SCHOOL CALENDAR ND will utilize the following calendar of...

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Radius Indiana Regional Economic Impact Survey

How is your company addressing the challenges posed by COVID-19? Radius Indiana has assembled this quick survey to better understand the...

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UPDATED: Tentative schedule for Barr-Reeve senior events

I WANT TO STRESS THAT ALL OF THESE ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE DEPENDENT UPON THE DIRECTION WE RECEIVE FROM STATE AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES AND...

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Guidelines for Retail and Grocery Stores

Dubois County Health Department, with the support of Dubois County Commissioners, is strongly recommending essential retail and grocery...

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Organizations taking advantage of Rapid Response Grant program

The Daviess County Community Foundation says that many organizations have already taken advantage of the Rapid Response Grant program...

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Garage transformed into unbelievable Vincennes University classroom

VINCENNES, Ind. – A love for teaching, a dash of creativity and a garage, this is the recipe for an amazing virtual classroom! Vincennes...

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Washington kindergarten registration

Kindergarten early registration in Washington schools has been postponed, but they still want to hear from you! Please fill out the form...

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Emergency relief grants for Martin County nonprofits

Due to the unprecedented global Coronavirus crisis, the Martin County Community Foundation has activated an Emergency Relief Fund. The...

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Internet Access for Students-Daviess County

Washington Area Extension Office – WiFi access for Purdue Students Washington Eastside Park - Free Wi-Fi access throughout. No...

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RTC Communications announces action plan

(Montgomery, IN). The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is causing widespread changes to our everyday lives. States, nations, and the world...

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CARES Act Resource Guide

In part, the new CARES Act, signed into law March 27, includes: The Small Business Paycheck Protection Program including 100% government...

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Community Foundation Alliance making up to $1 million in emergency funding available to regional nonprofits

The Community Foundation Alliance announced that it is making up to $1 million in emergency funding available to southwestern Indiana...

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Applying for Unemployment Insurance Benefits

See below for a link for those planning to apply for Unemployment Insurance...

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Indiana COVID-19 Business Resource Center

Follow this link to the Indiana COVID-19 Business Resource Center: https://www.iedc.in.gov/response

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For businesses: Large Layoffs (approximately 50 or more) Due to COVID-19 and Rolling UI Claims Process

Large Layoffs If your company is planning a mass layoff of approximately 50 or more, it would assist the Department of Workforce...

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Vectren provides updates to customers concerning service during the Coronavirus situation

Evansville – Vectren, a CenterPoint Energy company, continues to be committed to providing its customers throughout Indiana and Ohio with...

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Vincennes University to Medical Community: We Have Your Back

VINCENNES, Ind. – Pleas from medical workers in desperate need of supplies can be heard around the nation, including the communities...

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Who is at elevated risk for COVID-19?

COVID-19 continues to dominate headlines across the globe. This novel coronavirus first made headlines in late 2019 after an outbreak in...

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Coronavirus sparks worldwide concern

The dawn of 2020 ushered in many newsworthy headlines, but few have turned the heads of the masses as sharply as the arrival of a novel...

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Washington Community Schools meal program

*Please Note: The School Meal Program will go on as is from now until June 30. After June 30 will depend on the information we receive from...

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Travel and COVID-19

The global travel industry has been in turmoil since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 in December 2019. Many would-be...

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How COVID-19 is transmitted

COVID-19, the novel coronavirus that was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization in mid-March 2020, has claimed thousands of...

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