Local News

Jamesport man accused of kidnapping his sister in attempt to stop her wedding

The alleged kidnapping happened at about noon on Monday, June 26, according to a probable cause statement filed in Daviess County.

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Driver believed to be impaired by drugs

A driver from Hartsburg was held until he could post bond after running off the road in Boone County Tuesday evening.

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Driver faces charges after crash in Benton County

A Warsaw driver who ran off the road yesterday, struck a tree and overturned in Benton County, is facing several traffic violations.

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Japanese beetles a problem for farmers during the summer months

MISSOURI — Between June and August Japanese beetles (pests) emerge from the soil. Before this pest becomes a beetle, it is actually a grub that lives in the soil and feeds on roots of plants. You can identify the beetle by their metallic-green body with bronze-colored wing covers.

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WOTUS rule traveling back in time

OMAHA (DTN) — The federal government is turning back the clock on the controversial waters of the United States, or WOTUS, rule — quite literally — with a proposal announced on Tuesday to recodify the law as it was written prior to 2015.

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Grain groups and produce groups at odds over NAFTA

WASHINGTON (DTN) — Early testimony from agricultural industries Tuesday on the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement reflected an array of views on the impact of the trade deal and the Trump administration’s move to renegotiate NAFTA.

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Local Sports

NEWSMAKER–Hardin-Central grad completes historical track & field career

Riley Gorham of Hardin Central had a phenomenal weekend with three first-place finishes.

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High school baseball: State playoff schedule 05/22

Area teams in opening round of state baseball tournament.

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High school track & field: Class 1 & 2 state championship team and individual results

Multiple local teams found their name in the top at the conclusion of the final day.

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