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SOUTHERN INDIANA — Although much is still unknown about the vaccine requirements or regular COVID-19 testing announced last week by President Joe Biden, some Southern Indiana companies have started preparing through campaigns targeted at increasing the number of staff now vaccinated.

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FRANKFORT — Republican lawmakers took initial steps Tuesday to block statewide mask mandates, showing their preference for local decision-making on the issue as they reconvened for a special session to assert their dominance in shaping Kentucky’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Fresh salsa is an easy way to add flavor along with vitamins and minerals to your plate. Use it to accent your favorite chips or serve over main dishes to add a pop of flavor. It is a budget-friendly way to use leftover tomatoes, onion, and peppers.

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NEW ALBANY — Baptist Health has announced general increases for all staff as well as raised its minimum starting hourly wage to $15 per hour for all full-time, part-time and temporary workers at its nine hospitals and medical group.

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CLARKSVILLE — The Town of Clarksville’s new Beat the Heat initiative is partnering with Clarksville Community Schools and community volunteers to develop a heat map of the Town. On Monday, August 23rd, community members will be volunteering to bike and drive around town to record ground-leve…

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WASHINGTON — U.S. health experts are expected to recommend COVID-19 booster shots for all Americans eight months after they get their second dose of the vaccine, to ensure longer-lasting protection as the Delta variant spreads across the country.

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INDIANA — The Indiana Department of Health reported Thursday 3,186 new cases of COVID-19 from the previous day — 171 of which are in Clark and Floyd counties.

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INDIANA — The Indiana Department of Health reported Wednesday a total of 125 new COVID-19 cases between Clark and Floyd counties, marking another day’s high that hasn’t been seen since the start of the year.

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — LifeSpring Health Systems has announced the selection of their new President/CEO, Beth Keeney, DrPH, who will take office following the retirement of current President and CEO Terry Stawar at the end of the year, according to a news release.

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INDIANA — The state's new COVID-19 cases continue to climb, as instances of the Delta variant increase in samples taken from positive cases. 

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