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Tagalong was brought to The New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter with her siblings, all named after Girl Scout Cookies. But she’s the last of her litter to find a forever home. Tagalong is around 5 months old and ready to find a family that will love her for who she is and give her the tim…

Diane Stepro of the Jeffersonville Public Library shared that the Jeffersonville Township Public Library has several new genealogical titles, including three related to Fort Jefferson at Clarksville, Kentucky, a short-lived Revolutionary Era outpost at the confluence of the Ohio and the Miss…

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The U.S. moved a step closer Wednesday to offering booster doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to senior citizens and others at high risk from the virus as the Food and Drug Administration signed off on the targeted use of extra shots.

It is that time of year for calls to come in with people wondering why their plant or plants aren’t looking very good right now.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — A family-owned staffing company with a presence in 11 states has opened its 29th location in Jeffersonville, with hopes of helping to help support workforce needs as new companies continue to relocate in the city.

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The Indiana House and congressional district maps moved through the House chamber on first reading Monday, with 63 representatives voting to move the maps to second reading against 30 "no" votes. The maps are combined in one bill, HB 1581, and had passed through the House Elections and Apportionment committee Monday morning on a 9-4 party-line vote.

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — He died Sunday after a long battle with cancer, but State Rep. Steve Davisson’s impact on health issues lives on, as helping others receive adequate medical treatment was an effort the Salem Republican championed through the last days of his life.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb is asking Hoosiers to donate new clothing, powdered baby formula and other items for thousands of Afghan evacuees temporarily housed at Camp Atterbury.

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