Tuesday Mar 4
NPS Study Says Indiana Parks Boost Economy
A new National Park Service report shows that 2,148,903 visitors to national parks in Indiana spent $88.5 million and supported 1,263 jobs in the state in 2012.
Evansville Courier & Press
African American Museum hosts celebration of Emancipation Proclamation
Some Kentucky farmers who did not own slaves had moved across the Ohio River for years to be further away from slave-owning plantations.
Amphitheatre to hold auditions for summer Lincoln musical
Lincoln Amphitheatre will host two auditions for its signature piece A. Lincoln: A Pioneer Tale , a two-act musical about President Lincoln's Indiana boyhood years.
Fall travel from Lafayette: Focus on history and fall color 2012
Fall foliage fans and history fans are delighted to wander the Heritage Hills of Spencer County.
New movie showcases southern Indiana history
Spencer County historians, business people and other storytellers are featured in an original movie premiering this week at a national conference in Indianapolis.