Tinkering with time: 94-year-old still fixing watches

PUBLISHED: Aug. 28, 2017

BY: Shannon Hall, Courier & Press reporter

BOONVILLE — Ralph Hutchinson has been blessed with time.

Time to spend with with his family. Time free of war. And time to work on watches.

Ralph celebrated his 94th birthday Sunday, but just because he’s been given time doesn’t mean he takes it for granted. Continue reading “Tinkering with time: 94-year-old still fixing watches”

Zaxby’s employee receives anonymous gift card

PUBLISHED:  Aug. 31, 2017

BY: Shannon Hall, Courier & Press reporter

NEWBURGH — The Newburgh Zaxby’s had been open for one day. And it already experienced at least one wonderful customer.

636410687353037160-21728170-1911713392485360-8423715964595825439-n.jpgA woman stopped by the newly opened restaurant last week and one of the store’s employees, Noah White, held open the door for her. While the two exchanged a few words, the woman noticed his shoes had “seen better day.” Continue reading “Zaxby’s employee receives anonymous gift card”

Local woman offers haunted experiences

PUBLISHED: Sept. 20, 2017

BY: Shannon Hall, Courier & Press reporter 

Joni Mayhan has always been sensitive to spirits. It wasn’t always easy to have the spirits around her, especially as a child.

“It’s not all that I got into ghosts — ghosts kinda got into me,” she said.

She experienced interactions with ghosts throughout her childhood, but in the past 10 years or so, Mayhan started to embrace the spirits that come to her and began writing paranormal books she’s investigated. Continue reading “Local woman offers haunted experiences”

Friedman Park opens Saturday with run, festival

May 24, 2017

By Shannon Hall

A $5.5 million Warrick County park will celebrate its grand opening with a race and a small festival this weekend.

Friedman Park will open Saturday with a ribbon cutting at 7:30 a.m. followed by a 5K walk/run and a small  park festival. Continue reading “Friedman Park opens Saturday with run, festival”