This site is currently inactive.
The owner of this site has chosen to deactivate this section and use it for demo purposes only. Links and other features on this site are currently unavailable.

Daviess County COVID-19

  • img1

DaviessCountyCOVID-19.com website ending

After two months of serving as the one-stop shop for local information on COVID-19, DaviessCountycovid-19.com will be shuttered the end of...

Continue Reading  ›

May 28: Daviess County COVID-19 update

The Daviess County Health Department announces as of the time of this release, since the first case of COVID-19 was reported in April, the...

Continue Reading  ›

Memorial offering telemedicine

Beginning Monday, May 25, Jasper Memorial Hospital Urgent Care Center will begin offering telemedicine services as well as online/phone...

Continue Reading  ›

ACTUALIZADO: COVID-19 Informe de situación y orientación

A partir del 25 de mayo, a las 8 a.m., el Departamento de Salud del Condado de Dubois confirma que se han identificado 4 casos más...

Continue Reading  ›

May 24: COVID-19 Situation Report and Guidance

As of May 25, at 8 a.m., Dubois County Health Department confirms that 4 more positive cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been...

Continue Reading  ›

Website provides Hoosiers free expert mental health resources

The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has launched a new website, BeWellIndiana.org, that provides Hoosiers with free...

Continue Reading  ›

HEALTH DEPARTMENT UPDATES STATEWIDE COVID-19 CASE COUNTS

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) today announced that 693 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with...

Continue Reading  ›

Executive Order: Reopening Indiana in Stage 3

The Executive Order for reopening Indiana in Stage 3.

Continue Reading  ›

STAGE 3: MAY 22 TO JUNE 13

GUIDELINES FOR ALL HOOSIERS Hoosiers 65 and older and people with known high-risk medical conditions should limit exposure at work and in...

Continue Reading  ›

Indiana sees first case of rare COVID-19 inflammatory syndrome in children

INDIANAPOLIS — The state reported on Monday its first case of a child who tested positive for the coronavirus and developed a rare...

Continue Reading  ›

No pool in Loogootee this summer

The city of Loogootee has joined a growing number of communities that will not open their municipal swimming pool this summer. Mayor Noel...

Continue Reading  ›

Dubois Health Department confirms 2nd COVID-19 death

Dubois County Health Department announces today the 2nd death from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)."It is with great sadness that I am...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

Goodwill Industries Inc. reopens locations

The Goodwill at 310 East Highland Avenue, Washington, is now open. Hours of Operation (as of May 6) are 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday through...

Continue Reading  ›

May 12: Daviess County Health Department releases latest numbers

As of Monday, Daviess County had a total of 57 confirmed positives cases in Daviess county since the first case was reported in April. Of...

Continue Reading  ›

WaterWorld of Washington will not open this year

Washington Mayor David Rhoads announced Monday that WaterWorld of Washington will not open this year. In a statement, Rhoads said,"After...

Continue Reading  ›

Lost your job? Here's what you need to know

WASHINGTON — Nearly 33.5 million Americans have lost their jobs and applied for unemployment benefits in the past 7 weeks — a stunning...

Continue Reading  ›

Daviess County YMCA ready to start rolling again

For those who have been waiting to swim a couple of laps or try to burn off the "Covid 10" on the treadmill after several weeks of...

Continue Reading  ›

Gem show canceled

The 2020 Lawrence County Gem, Mineral, and Fossil Show scheduled for June 26-28 has been canceled.

Continue Reading  ›

Hospitalizations decrease from 27% to 19%

INDIANAPOLIS – Government officials shared more information related to hospitalization rates on Friday, one of the principles used by...

Continue Reading  ›

Library will still offer summer reading programs for youth and adults

There's little the coronavirus has not changed. That includes the Washington Carnegie Public Library's summer reading opportunities for...

Continue Reading  ›

COVID-19 restrictions put damper on Daviess County Fair

ELNORA -- COVID-19 restrictions have put a damper on what would have been the 91st Daviess County Fair. The Daviess County Fair Board...

Continue Reading  ›

Good Samaritan Convenient Care Clinic is resuming all acute care services utilizing stop, park and call acute care clinic

Beginning Saturday, May 9 the Good Samaritan Convenient Care Clinic will be resuming all acute care services at 1813 Willow Street for...

Continue Reading  ›

Good Samaritan to implement universal masking for all employees, patients and visitors

Good Samaritan is continuing to implement more strategies to prevent the transmission of COVID-19 in its health care facilities. Beginning...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

DCH offers respiratory care screening site

Daviess Community Hospital announced today that the temporary Respiratory Care Screening Site (RCSS) for patients suspected of having the...

Continue Reading  ›



Memorial Hospital and Memorial Clinics Require Face Masks

Jasper, IN- Even with the Governor's executive orders to continue with Stage 2 of the reopen plan, Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center...

Continue Reading  ›

New COVID-19 testing sites open Wednesday

During the Governor's news conference on Monday, it was announce a new testing site map is located on the www.coronavirus.in.gov website....

Continue Reading  ›

BBB Scam Alert: US Census Scam Preys on Stimulus Confusion

The 2020 United States Census is happening at the same time as a global pandemic, shelter-in-place orders, and government stimulus...

Continue Reading  ›

Where's my check? Answers to common relief payment questions

The US government has distributed about 130 million economic impact payments to taxpayers in less than 30 days. The IRS anticipates sending...

Continue Reading  ›

OptumServe Health Services COVID-19 Testing

Indiana State Department of Health announced last week a partnership with OptumServe Health Services to expand COVID-19 testing in...

Continue Reading  ›

Pace Health Connection offers telehealth sevices

Health Connection of Pace Community Action Agency, Inc., like all medical services, continues to learn more about COVID-19 and how...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

BMV announces branch visits by appointment only

Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles announced a portion of the state's 131 branches will re-open with an appointment only service format...

Continue Reading  ›

State officials address reopening before COVID-19 decline

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana officials sought to explain Monday why the state is reopening its economy despite the fact that widespread testing...

Continue Reading  ›

UWDC grant application and reporting forms

Below you will find an application and reporting form if you would like to apply for a UWDC grant. This grant is for those...

Continue Reading  ›

Daviess County lands COVID relief grant

Small businesses will have a new place to turn for help to make it through the coronavirus pandemic. Daviess County was named as a...

Continue Reading  ›

COVID eating into blacktop money

When Governor Eric Holcomb declared a stay-at-home order, he exempted some businesses and lines of work, calling them essential. One of...

Continue Reading  ›

DCH to resume elective surgeries

Governor Eric Holcomb's recent order to allow hospitals to resume elective surgeries and other invasive procedures has paved the way for...

Continue Reading  ›

Pace Navigator help with health insurance

Uninsured? Have you lost your job and insurance due to the COVID-19 crisis? Have you been without insurance and now find it more important...

Continue Reading  ›

United Way COVID-19 project moving forward

A special campaign by the Daviess County United Way to put together a special fund to help people impacted by COVID-19 is winding down. The...

Continue Reading  ›

Back on Track Indiana: Stage 2

BACK ON TRACK IN INDIANA Gov. Eric Holcomb announced five stages to return the state to its "new normal" on Friday. Here is a look at the...

Continue Reading  ›

Governor Holcomb Announces Roadmap to Safely Reopen Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Eric J. Holcomb today announced the Back On Track Indiana plan to safely open the economy and remain vigilant...

Continue Reading  ›

Back on Track Indiana information and executive order

Information on the 5 stages of reopening Indiana: https://backontrack.in.gov/ The executive order may be found...

Continue Reading  ›

Daviess County lands COVID relief grant

Small businesses will have a new place to turn for help to make it through the coronavirus pandemic. Daviess County was named as a...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

Daviess Community Hospital implements cost-saving strategy

(Washington, IN) – Daviess Community Hospital announced today that the hospital will be initiating cost-cutting measures to help...

Continue Reading  ›

Social Distancing

Dubois County Health Department wants to remind all that the novel coronavirus does not pause for the weekends and, therefore, it's not ok...

Continue Reading  ›

Good Samaritan to Reopen Diagnostic Testing, Screening and Elective Procedures

This week Good Samaritan began reopening some services to the community that had been previously put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic....

Continue Reading  ›

State health department, IU partner on COVID-19 study

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is collaborating with the Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of...

Continue Reading  ›

State will not release specific long-term care facility data

INDIANAPOLIS—Site-specific data on illnesses and deaths at long-term care facilities will not be released by the state, despite a quarter...

Continue Reading  ›

Red Cross and Salvation Army among groups supporting communities through pandemic

INDIANAPOLIS- To help flatten the curve of Covid-19, one organization is launching a campaign called #DoMyPart to raise awareness of how...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

Pace golf canceled

Pace's golf scramble scheduled for May 15 is canceled.

Continue Reading  ›

Holcomb eases restrictions on elective medical procedures

INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb announced that health care systems could phase in elective medical procedures within the week if...

Continue Reading  ›


Running Essential Errands

As communities across the United States take steps to slow the spread of COVID-19 by limiting close contact, people are facing new...

Continue Reading  ›

COVID-19 Home Cleaning Guidance

WHAT IS COVID-19? Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. Patients with...

Continue Reading  ›

April 18 statement from Dubois County Health Department

The Dubois County Health Department issued the following release April 18: The health of our staff and their families is top priority at...

Continue Reading  ›

COVID deadlier for black Hoosiers

INDIANAPOLIS — Data from various states, including Indiana, show that black Americans are dying from COVID-19 at a disproportionate...

Continue Reading  ›

Sheriff announces inmate positive for COVID-19

Daviess County Sheriff Gary W. Allison has released the following notice: The Daviess County Sheriff's office was notified by the Daviess...

Continue Reading  ›

Washington Nursing Center suit settled

Just last week a judge in Daviess County put an end to a dispute between families and the operators of the Washington Nursing Center over a...

Continue Reading  ›

SSI recipients will receive automatic COVID-19 economic impact payments

The Social Security Administration announced today that Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients will receive automatic Economic...

Continue Reading  ›

Avoid Stimulus Check Scams

With the reported forthcoming economic impact payments (commonly referred to as stimulus checks), there are those who will attempt to take...

Continue Reading  ›

DCH hours for respiratory screening site change

Located in the parking lot on the east side of the DCH Medical clinic, the hours for the respiratory care screening site have changed. New...

Continue Reading  ›

Face Coverings

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is recommending all persons to wear a cloth face...

Continue Reading  ›

Disaster program gives Hoosiers access to food assistance amid pandemic

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana residents who need help feeding their families during the COVID-19 pandemic will have greater access to assistance...

Continue Reading  ›

Hoosiers can vote by mail in primary, but not yet for general election

INDIANAPOLIS—Hoosiers casting their votes in the upcoming primary election won't have to go to the polls and instead will be able to cast...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

ISDH order supersedes local limits on COVID-dedicated faciliites

INDIANAPOLIS – Following an order from the Indiana State Department of Health, municipalities can no longer rule whether or not patients...

Continue Reading  ›

Good Samaritan Increasing Outpatient COVID-19 Testing and Opens Pediatric Respiratory Clinic

Good Samaritan is increasing outpatient testing for COVID-19 at the Suspected Respiratory Illness Drive-Thru Triage Clinic. The clinic will...

Continue Reading  ›

Limited use of Washington Parks

Washington Mayor David Rhoads has released the following public notice: As the city of Washington continues to monitor the COVID-19 virus,...

Continue Reading  ›

Daviess County notice of potential public exposure

DAVIESS COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT NOTIFIES PUBLIC OF POTENTIAL EXPOSURE TO COVID-19 AT CHUCKLES CONVENIENCE STORE #7, 601 WEST ELNORA...

Continue Reading  ›

Telehealth services now available at Memorial Counseling Center

Jasper, Ind. – Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center understands that during this uncertain time, our communities need us to continue...

Continue Reading  ›

Power House offering free dinners for students 7th-12th grade

The Power House is offering free dinners for students in grades 7-12. These free dinners are five meals for students to have during the...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

DNR properties are open, with some changes

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has adjusted services, events and operations to protect Hoosiers and prevent further spread of...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

DCH Foundation receives grant

Daviess Community Hospital Foundation was notified that they are the recipient of a Rapid Response Grant. The grant amount of $5,000 will...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

A Statement from Ketcham Memorial Center

As Ketcham Memorial Center works to combat the spread of COVID-19 in our building, we report the death of 1 resident in connection with...

Continue Reading  ›

Daviess County Health Department announces potential exposure at Odon Casey's

DAVIESS COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT NOTIFIES PUBLIC OF POTENTIAL EXPOSURE TO COVID-19 AT CASEY'S GENERAL STORE #2829, 101 WEST ELNORA STREET,...

Continue Reading  ›

WNC "owner" says no more attempts to transfer

The "owner" of the Washington Nursing Center says there are now no plans to send anyone out of the community. Technically, the owner of the...

Continue Reading  ›

DC health officer issues 3rd abatement order

DAVIESS COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER GIVES THIRD ABATEMENT ORDER TO ADDRESS TRANSFER OF PERSONS TO AND FROM NURSING HOMES, ASSISTED LIVING OR...

Continue Reading  ›

Injunction served to WNC prohibiting removal of residents

Around 3 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, an injunction signed by Daviess County Circuit Court Judge Gregory Smith was served to Washington Nursing...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

UPDATE: WNC will no longer be moving patients or converting the facility into one for COVID-19 patients

Chosen Healthcare has changed its plans to transfer patients from Washington Nursing Center to other facilities owned by the group...

Continue Reading  ›

Daviess County issues second abatement for nursing homes, assisted living and other facilties

The Daviess County, Indiana Health Officer (the "Health Officer") hereby issues the following order of abatement: During the current...

Continue Reading  ›

County issues abatement to stop move of nursing home patients both in and out

A second abatement order from Daviess County Health Officer Dr. Merle Holsopple has stopped the move of residents from Washington Nursing...

Continue Reading  ›

Guidelines for Retail and Grocery Stores

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

Continue Reading  ›

Dubois County Health Department identifies risk exposure

Important Public Health Information Dubois County Health Department has confirmed today the fourth positive case of novel coronavirus...

Continue Reading  ›

Update from the Daviess County Health Department: Abatement stops transfers of nursing home patients

The Daviess County, Indiana Health Officer (the "Health Officer") hereby issues the following order of abatement: During the current...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

Protestors gather outside Washington Nursing Center

Protesters have been gathering outside Washington Nursing Center, wearing face masks and holding signs, asking people to honk if they do...

Continue Reading  ›

Washington Nursing Center moving patients to other facilities to prepare for COVID-19 patients

Washington Nursing Center has begun preparations to move patients to other facilities to prepare for COVID-19 patients being transferred in...

Continue Reading  ›

Indiana SNAP recipients will begin receiving maximum benefit amounts

INDIANAPOLIS—The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration announced that more than 152,000 Indiana households will receive...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center no-visitor policy

Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center no-visitor policy

Continue Reading  ›

Indiana travel advisory

Travelers returning from other countries will need to stay at home for 14 days and monitor for symptoms. Many states have implemented...

Continue Reading  ›

COVID-19 Assistance Toolkit

These unprecedented times call for a unified front by the federal government to help Hoosiers struggling through no fault of their own....

Continue Reading  ›

Update on Medicaid policy changes re: COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, some policy and program changes have been made to help ensure members in our managed...

Continue Reading  ›

Samaritan Center's Emotional Wellness Helpline

Samaritan Center's Emotional Wellness Helpline for mental health support (not for physical symptoms). Speak to a therapist for support,...

Continue Reading  ›

Governor Holcomb and Mayor Hogsett announce coalition to flatten the COVID-19 curve across state, public invited to make commitment

Partners supporting #INthistogether campaign include Eli Lilly, Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever, Indianapolis Colts, Indiana University, and...

Continue Reading  ›

Beware IRS imposter scams while awaiting stimulus checks

As Hoosiers await federal stimulus checks designed to help mitigate financial effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, they should...

Continue Reading  ›

The Salvation Army of Indiana Receives $5 Million from Lilly Endowment Inc. for Coronavirus Response

INDIANAPOLIS (March 31, 2020) – The Salvation Army's Indiana Division has received a $5 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to...

Continue Reading  ›

Internet Access for Students-Daviess County

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

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

Purdue Extension office closed but help still available

Given Governor Holcomb's announcement on March 23 regarding COVID-19, Purdue Extension is required to limit public access to Extension...

Continue Reading  ›

Free online resources for kids and families

The following is a list of free online resources for kids and families provided by the Indiana State Department of Health to help with...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

Resources for those experiencing loss of income

The Purdue Extension Family Resource Management has been working on putting together a set of fact sheets/resources to respond to Indiana...

Continue Reading  ›

AG Curtis Hill warns Hoosiers to beware fake coronavirus (COVID-19) tests

Attorney General Curtis Hill is warning Hoosiers of scammers taking advantage of the scarcity of COVID-19 tests by falsely claiming to be...

Continue Reading  ›

Managing stress and anxiety: for parents

Children and teens may react to the stress felt by their parents and caregivers. Watch for these common changes that may indicated your...

Continue Reading  ›

COVID-19 Resources for Local Governments | Community Development

In the wake of novel virus COVID-19, local governments play a crucial role in working to reduce the spread of the virus, providing vital...

Continue Reading  ›

Parenting Time Orders and COVID-19

Daviess Circuit Court Judge Gregory A. Smith stated his Court has received several calls concerning parenting time and the virus. The first...

Continue Reading  ›

Applying for Unemployment Insurance Benefits

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

Continue Reading  ›

Indiana COVID-19 Business Resource Center

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

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

AG Curtis Hill: Be wary of work-from-home scams during coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

Attorney General Curtis Hill today warned Hoosiers to beware of work-from-home scams during the coronavirus (COVID-19)...

Continue Reading  ›

Local Public Health Officials Urge Parents to Keep Children Home

The health department strongly advises parents to enforce social distancing with their children."We are receiving reports that social...

Continue Reading  ›

What parents should know about COVID-19

Why is COVID-19 such a big deal? Flu is here every year, and my kids do just fine? There are three unique things about COVID-19 that make...

Continue Reading  ›

Indiana Election Commission adopts new procedures for June 2 Primary Election

INDIANAPOLIS — In response to recommendations from Governor Eric Holcomb, Secretary of State Connie Lawson, and the leadership of...

Continue Reading  ›

What to do if you bought a ticket for an event canceled due to coronavirus pandemic

Attorney General Curtis Hill today offered guidance to consumers who purchased tickets to events that have been canceled or postponed in...

Continue Reading  ›

State releases resources for those needing child care

Families who need help finding or paying for care can contact Brighter Futures Indiana staff at 1-800-299-1627 and a referral specialist...

Continue Reading  ›

RSVP Volunteer Center assisting seniors in need

The RSVP Volunteer Center is working to help seniors in need obtain their medication and other necessary items. During these uncertain...

Continue Reading  ›

Frequently asked questions about COVID-19

The Indiana State Department of Health has released a list of frequently asked questions about COVID-19. The following are just a few of...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

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...

Continue Reading  ›

2020 Helping His Hands Ministry (HHM) update

Due to our genuine public health concern and respectful compliance with recommended safeguards Westminster Presbyterian Churchwill...

Continue Reading  ›

COVID-19 Guidance for Pregnant and Postpartum Women

WHAT IS COVID-19? Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. Patients with...

Continue Reading  ›

Commissioners tighten courthouse access

Even before the Daviess County Commissioners could get their meeting started, the issues of social distancing and limiting the number of...

Continue Reading  ›

Closings, cancellations and postponements

Washington Times Herald office closed to public In an effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Washington Times Herald office...

Continue Reading  ›

Pace Health Connection expands telehealth services

Health Connection of Pace Community Action Agency, Inc. continues to monitor the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) very closely and is taking...

Continue Reading  ›

Pace: Healthcare Coverage – Get Covered, Stay Covered

Having healthcare coverage is more important now than ever. Pace Community Action Agency, Inc. (Pace) Health Insurance Navigators are...

Continue Reading  ›