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An aging workforce, demanding and unsafe work, a less than competitive pay scale, and the continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are making it increasingly difficult for the trucking industry to find and retain qualified drivers.

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A jury found a Terre Haute man not guilty of murder and involuntary manslaughter in a November 2019 shooting death on Heritage Drive. The jury in Vigo Superior Court 1 deliberated about three hours Thursday afternoon before finding Durend Randall, 37, innocent in the shooting death of 26-year-old Evan Pershing.

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Madison County Sheriff Scott Mellinger said it’s hard to determine exactly how many children wander away from their loved ones the way that Abdul Agboola did this week, which kicked off one of the largest search efforts by law enforcement in recent history.

As an organization, community foundations link residents with causes to better an area. In Indiana, there are 94 community foundations, one in every county. Boone County’s version continually seeks to connect people and non-profits.

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A masonry and stone memorial is being constructed to honor the legacy of community volunteer and environmentalist Joy Sacopulos, who worked to improve the quality of life in Terre Haute and whose dream it was to make "the city and parks more tree-friendly."

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No longer do vaccine providers see lines out the door or scrambles to register for limited appointments. Most clinics offer walk-in appointments and vaccine waste climbs as fewer and fewer Hoosiers clamor for the vaccine’s protection against COVID-19.

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NEW ALBANY — The Floyd County Council unanimously approved paying $200,000 toward its animal shelter bill Tuesday, though officials still want to meet with city leaders about the joint agreement.

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Jones, William C. ‘Bill,’ 84, of Auburn, services will be 11 a.m. Saturday, May 15, 2021, at First United Methodist Church, 1203 E. Seventh St., Auburn, with the Rev. Dr. James Farrer officiating. Burial will take place at a later date at Ever Rest Memorial Park in Logansport. Visitation wil…