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Help ‘Clean Evansville’ This Weekend

Keep Evansville Beautiful and Clean Evansville invite volunteers to come out on the first Saturday of each month to help pick up trash in different areas of the city. This Saturday, Clean Evansville Volunteers will target areas in Ward 4 on Evansville’s South from 9am-11am. The teams will gather at locations near Anthony Oates Park. The park is located in the 2300 block of S. Lodge Avenue.

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Scientists Say They May Have Found Gateway to Alternate Universe

Scientists say that between 6 billion to 10 billion light years from Earth, near the Eridanus constellation, space just sort of drifts off into an enormous void – an intergalactic fade to black.

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Indiana Meth Houses Could Soon Be Public Record

Meth houses busted in Indiana could become public record.

According to a report by the Associated Press, Hoosier lawmakers are currently working on passing a bill that would make it mandatory for dwellings used to manufacture methamphetamine to be documented on a state resource website.

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Sideshow Romance Album Party TONIGHT!

We here at 103GBF are so excited to have the opportunity to be a part of the album release party for our friends, and local band, SIDESHOW ROMANCE! And we want you to celebrate with us TONIGHT at Doc's Sports Bar.

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Help Judge the Gumbo Cook-Off on Evansville’s West Side

Bring your friends, family and appetite to the first ever Gumbo Cook-Off, this Saturday on Franklin Street. It's presented by the Franklin Street Events Association and in addition to filling up your belly, it will help raise money for a bunch of different charities.

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2014 Evansville Public Road Meetings

The public is invited to make suggestions on road improvements and call attention to potholes during a series of public meetings to review the City of Evansville’s 2014 road projects and street paving program.

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‘Fantastic Plastic’ Exhibit to Open at Children’s Museum of Evansville

Did you know plastic materials can occur naturally in the forms of tree sap and fossilized resin, animal bones and horns and bees’ wax? Fantastic Plastic, a new permanent exhibit opening at the Koch Family Children’s Museum of Evansville (cMoe) on February 22, 2014, tells the story of plastics and their impact on the world over the past 100 years.

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YMCA Pancake Days are Back This Weekend

Bring your family and your appetite downtown to the 26th annual YMCA Pancake Days. If you ask me, this is one of those events that everyone should do at least once. But I have the feeling if you go once, you'll be back year after year.

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Evansville Police Invite Public Out for a Cup of ‘Coffee With a Cop’

Have a concern about something going on in your neighborhood, or just looking to shoot the breeze with one of Evansville's finest about the weather? You can do both at the Evansville Police Department's "Coffee With a Cop" this Tuesday.

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Indiana State Police Warn Parents about Candy Laced with THC

Indiana State Police have issued a warning to parents that troopers and area police are finding candy laced with Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in Southwest Indiana. THC is the chemical compound in marijuana that makes the user high

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Indiana Receives $1 Million Grant to Assist In College Completion

Indiana has received a $1 million grant to support students in completing college.

Governor Mike Pence announced earlier this week that the Lumina Foundation and Complete College America had given the state the generous three-year grant to lend technical assistance for a program called “Guided Pathways to Success.” This program was established to help students manage their education without requiring them to go further into debt.

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Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke Reacts to Overturned Smoking Ban

The big news of the week is that the Indiana State Supreme Court has overturned the Smokefree ordinance in Evansville. In a nutshell, they had an issue with the exemption that was extended to our riverboat casino.

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