GSH Reports Nearly 50 Percent Move-In at Gibault Tower

Good Samaritan Hospital officials continue moving patients into the Gibault Tower. At this point, just under half the Hospital’s patients have been transferred from the Columbian Tower to the new Gibault Tower. G-S-H president Rob McLin expects all patients to be in the Gibault Tower within the nest two weeks… <!–[if lt IE 9]>document.createElement(‘audio’);<![endif]–> http://www.wzdm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/NEW0011_Rob-McLin-cut-1_oq..-ON-IT_____0-00-13.897_Jul-30-00-00-00-AM-2015_Jul-30-11-59-00-PM-2015.mp3 […]

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Sign Replacement Starts Monday in Washington

A sign replacement project will get underway in Washington Monday. Washington Street Commissioner Ernie Evans says all signs and signposts will be replaced with the exception of no parking and street signs. Signs to be replaced include stop and speed limit signs…

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City Street Crews to Purchase New Trucks for Trash Collection

The Vincennes City Street and Sanitation Department will purchase a couple of new trucks to continue with City trash collection. Department superintendent Bryce Anderson says the money to purchase the two vehicles will come from his Department’s budget… http://www.wzdm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/NEW0014_Bryce-Anderson_oq…-FOR-LEASE_____0-00-11.833_Jul-30-00-00-00-AM-2015_Jul-30-11-59-00-PM-2015.mp3 The new vehicles are needed to replace outdated earlier models. The trucks are also part of […]

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Group of Workers Escape Injury in Terre Haute Wall Collapse

A group of construction workers escaped injury when strong winds toppled a 20-foot wall that’s part of a grocery store they’re building in Terre Haute. The workers were gathering next to the wall when a small storm swept in with high winds and rain. Project supervisor Mark Murphy of CR Crawford Construction says wind gusts […]

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