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Articles in: Model Citizen

Jenny McNeece
- 5 years 46 weeks ago
Eight years ago, Old National Bank, headquartered in Evansville at 1 Main St., set out to offer more charitable help to the communities it serves....
Erin Miller
- 6 years 13 weeks ago
Inside the barn at Seton Harvest, produce is placed in bins market-style, and scales are readily available for customers to weigh and bag their...
Erin Miller
- 6 years 21 weeks ago
“When I was in second grade, I heard about people with cancer and I just wanted to help them,” says Paige Miller. That simplistic yet...
Erin Miller
- 6 years 29 weeks ago
Jill Hollman-Walker met Sherman Greer, the now-retired Vanderburgh County Emergency Management Director, at Droste’s Jewelry Shoppe years ago...
Theresa Scheller
- 7 years 4 weeks ago
Brooklynn Pace stands out, but not only because of her height. This 5-foot-9-inch preteen radiates personality, poise, and confidence. Those...
Cara Schuster
- 7 years 30 weeks ago
It took months of planning and lots of hard work. Yet in the end, Megan Wade raised more than $4,000 for the Special Olympics by bringing an award-...
Dan Kissel
- 7 years 38 weeks ago
Everyone needs a way to escape. Michelle Walker, of Newburgh, Ind., prefers running. The mother of six has run 60 marathons over the last six years....
Cara Schuster
- 7 years 46 weeks ago
It was a cool November morning when the first piece of ground was pierced on a lot in Deer Valley subdivision. It is just another hole that will...
Cara Schuster
- 8 years 3 weeks ago
In March 2009, when Indianapolis native Brietta Stafford went to Evansville Animal Care & Control shelter to purchase a city license for her pet...
Natalie Greer
- 8 years 13 weeks ago
Five months before Evansville’s YWCA celebrated its 100th anniversary in March 2011, the organization turned over a new leaf of leadership to...
Beth Tompkins
- 8 years 21 weeks ago
Nothing is really ended until it is forgotten. These words were particularly fitting at the grave marking for Maj. Gen. Samuel Hopkins in Henderson,...
Natalie Greer
- 8 years 29 weeks ago
In 1922, when their husbands joined the Kiwanis Club of Evansville, 23 women found a way to meet independently for fellowship and to engage in their...
Trisha Weber
- 8 years 37 weeks ago
One look at the boisterous, 10-month-old twins and it’s hard not to be captivated by their bright blue eyes. Their chunky legs and curious...
Louis La Plante
- 8 years 46 weeks ago
Later this year, Haynie’s Corner Art Festival — a mammoth show covering Evansville’s arts district with painters, sculptors,...
Trisha Weber
- 9 years 4 weeks ago
On the right side of his vest is one of the most important patches Jack Miller wears: an eagle, wings outstretched as if descending upon prey. In its...
Louis La Plante
- 9 years 12 weeks ago
Who is he? Kenny Page Jr. Where is he? Alvord Boulevard Why is he there? To help others finish a half-marathon, even though he can’t. At the...
Louis La Plante
- 9 years 19 weeks ago
In June, Tina Camp completed 700 hours of training for massage therapy through Bodyworks Massage Institute. It’s a career switch forced upon...
Louis La Plante
- 9 years 30 weeks ago
The Reitz Home Museum has long been a jewel among historians. The admired grandeur of this three-story, 19th century home — once the residence...
Kristen Lund
- 9 years 34 weeks ago
When Southern Indiana residents Kim and John Doty scouted locations for a winery, they settled on French Lick, Ind. The town was a half-hour’s...
Kristen Lund
- 9 years 37 weeks ago
To Tamara Gieselman, the United Methodist Church’s slogan, “Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors,” represents more than a catchy...