Tim Ethridge, C&P Top News

Tim Ethridge

C&P Top News

Evansville, IN, United States

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Past articles by Tim:

Revamped Scism Scholarship celebrates first graduate, Jacob Sexton

In many ways, Jacob Sexton is like most recent college graduates. → Read More

Cheers, Jeers & Tears: the good, the bad, the sad

A look at the good, the bad and the sad in recent news. → Read More

Red Cross mediathon raises $100k-plus for hurricane relief

A mediathon held by the American Red Cross of Southwestern Indiana raised more than $100,000 for hurricane relief; other events are planned. → Read More

Tri-State Cheers, Jeers & Tears

A look at the good, the bad and the sad in recent news. → Read More

Golf scramble benefits Jorge Ayan Bravo Memorial Scholarship fund

A golf scramble at Boonville Country Club will benefit a scholarship named for the late Jorge Ayan Bravo. → Read More

High in the sky? Not twice for this guy

Cops Connecting with Kids are raising funds at Evansville's Bennett Motors, and we all can help with donations and buying some barbecue. → Read More

Tri-State Cares Red Cross fundraiser set for Thursday

A 'mediathon' will be held on Thursday, Sept. 7, seeking donations from Tri-State residents to be used in cleanup efforts for Hurricane Harvey. → Read More

Tri-State Cheers, Jeers & Tears

The good, the bad and the sad in recent news. → Read More

Survivor of Kiritsis ordeal will sign books in Evansville

Kiritsis and Me: Enduring 63 Hours at Gunpoint. → Read More

Ethridge: Evansville getting lots of love from Senate hopefuls

Evansville may be a frequent stop for candidates in the 2018 U.S. Senate race. → Read More

'Evansville 100 Men Who Cook' raises $245,000 for Vanderburgh CASA

With cups, coasters and wrist bands all declaring "E is for Everyone" at Saturday Night's 100 Men Who Cook celebration, the benefiting agency offered up another option. → Read More

Ethridge: Eating your way through 100 Men Who Cook

The only downside to a yearly attempt at "chef-dom" is that you don't have time to sample many of the other offerings at the Old National Bank 100 Men Who Cook event. → Read More

Vintage buses will roll into Evansville Greyhound terminal

The Busboys Collection will host a historic vintage bus rally at the newly restored former Greyhound Terminal in Evansville from Sept. 22-24. → Read More

Ethridge: Are you ready for some football?

If you're reading this in print on Sunday, thumb through the rest of the newspaper to find our 8-page prep football preview. You'll enjoy the story telling, and you'll want to keep it out of the recycling at least until the regular season is over. → Read More

Ethridge: On cheap vacations, free stuff, and celebrations

With summer vacation time rapidly approaching -- and, when you look around the office some weeks, starting to hit the rear-view mirror -- there are decision to be made. → Read More

McAtee, Wassmer share Scism Scholarship Award

For the first time since 2006, the Scism Committee will award scholarships to two individuals. → Read More

Slight relief from oppressive heat is headed our way

While Friday and Saturday's heat indexes almost certainly will break the 100-degree barrier, at least slight relief is in the forecast. → Read More

Ethridge: It's not always fair picking winners, losers

Our elected officials might not agree with this, but a big part of their jobs is picking winners and losers. → Read More

Community responds to husband's wish for wife

Jerry Lawrence was "looking for a soldier" to help him help his wife fulfill a simple, dying wish. He "found an army." → Read More

'She wants to go home to die'

The classified advertisement placed to run in the newspaper is heart-breaking. → Read More