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One injured in accident at U.S. 41 and Richland Creek

PRINCETON—The driver of a car carrying five children was the only person injured in a two vehicle accident on U.S. 41 at the Richland Creek intersection Monday just before 5:30 p.m. 

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Monday 04/20/2015
One injured in accident at U.S. 41 and Richland Creek
Posted: April 20, 2015

PRINCETON—The driver of a car carrying five children was the only person injured in a two vehicle accident on U.S. 41 at the Richland Creek intersection Monday just before 5:30 p.m. 

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Posted: April 20, 2015

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Friday 04/17/2015
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3D Printing at the Princeton Public Library

A demonstration of the 3D printer recently purchased by the Princeton Public Library.

  • 3D Printing at the Princeton Public Library

    3D Printing at the Princeton Public Library

    A demonstration of the 3D printer recently purchased by the Princeton Public Library.

  • Owensville garage fire

    Owensville garage fire

    Video from a garage fire near Owensville on Monday, March 23, 2015.

  • Thunderstorm moves through Fort Branch

    Thunderstorm moves through Fort Branch

    Photos and slow-mo iPhone video from a thunderstorm that moved through Gibson County Tuesday, March 24, 2015.

  • Burns maintain habitats

    Burns maintain habitats

    Daily Clarion/Michael Caterina Man made and maintained fires help preserve wildlife areas and reduce wildfire dangers.

  • Lady Tigers escort

    Lady Tigers escort

    Princeton Community Lady Tigers get a police and fire escort from the high school to the county line as they travel to Indianapolis Friday morning. Bad weather canceled school and a send-off pep session, but the community turned out to wave them on Friday morning.

  • Bells of Harmony ring out

    Bells of Harmony ring out "I saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus"

    Daily Clarion/Tabitha Waggoner Fort Branch Community School's handbell choir, the Bells of Harmony, directed by Derek Barton, play Christmas tunes on Dec. 17 at Gibson General Hospital Auxiliary's luncheon in Princeton.

  • Small World Christmas 2014

    Small World Christmas 2014

    Wabash Valley College Small World Christmas with Santa 2014

  • Holiday Tigers

    Holiday Tigers

    North Gibson School Corporation's instrumental groups celebrated Christmas with a winter concert Thursday at Princeton Community High School auditorium. The performance was dedicated to the memory of NGSC maintenance director Earl Spindler, who died Thursday. Featured are clips from the Princeton Community Middle School sixth, seventh and eighth grade bands, the PCHS concert and jazz bands. The bands are directed by Jon Hyneman and Scott Salmon.

  • Prince Street Cottages open house

    Prince Street Cottages open house

    Gibson County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting at the new Prince Street Cottages senior apartment complex Monday, celebrating the opening of the new senior housing development and plans to break ground for an expansion in coming days.

  • PRINCETON BAND COMPETITION

    PRINCETON BAND COMPETITION

    Princeton Community High School's Marching Tigers make a grueling trip early in the morning (2:45 a.m.) Oct. 25, one bus is hit by a van (no one hurt), they win a 2nd place state trophy, have a bus breakdown, and take it all in stride, arriving home at 11 p.m. Daily Clarion video by Sam Case

  • Kayak Day

    Kayak Day

    Beall Woods State Park in conjunction with the Carmi Navy, held its annual Kayaking day over the weekend at the state park. Free Kayaking lessons were available, and everyone was invited to join in the fun.

  • Lady Aces Volleyball

    Lady Aces Volleyball

    Highlights of the Mt. Carmel High School Lady Aces volleyball game on Monday, September 1.

  • Diesel Club Jam-O-Rama 2014
  • PCMS Block Party sets up school year

    PCMS Block Party sets up school year

    Daily Clarion/ Michael Caterina The Princeton Community Middle School Block Party was held Aug. 12, 2014 to get students familiar with staff, have fun and win prizes.

  • Magic at the Fair
  • 4-Hers show off Robotics skills

    4-Hers show off Robotics skills

    Gibson County 4-H Robotics participants showed off what they have learned in the first-ever session for the course in the county Sunday, June 6, 2014 at the Gibson County Fair

  • Getting creative with cake

    Getting creative with cake

    The Princeton Public Library hosted cake decorating courses for children and adults in the last two weeks in June, 2014. The Library will have more courses at the end of July.

  • Police investigate fatal shooting
  • Brewmasters Bar-B-Que

    Brewmasters Bar-B-Que

    Nathan Grodeon of Brewmasters Bar-B-Que competed in the Ribberfest Kansas City Barbeque Contest April 25-26. He placed first in the rib competition of the People's Choice Competition.

  • MCLEANDRONE

    MCLEANDRONE

    McLean Implement, Inc. general manager Michael Clark demonstrates a new Precision Drone, designed to help farmers scout their fields more efficiently and faster.

Spotlight

Performing this Sunday

Fifth Street Revival will be live in concert this Sunday, April 26, at 1:30 p.m. at Wabash Valley College. The concert will feature the home-grown group along with Gaither Homecoming artists Woody and Vonnie Wright at the Brubeck Arts Center. Tickets are available for $10 and Patron Passes will be honored.

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