Donut Bank, a staple in the Evansville area, took to social media to announce another change at all locations for now.

The number of positive COVID cases is on the rise again, unfortunately. You’ve seen and heard all of this and the omicron variant in the news over the past few weeks. We’ve all heard from so many people who have tested positive in the past two weeks that some companies are faced with tough decisions about whether to continue to operate.

One of Evansville’s most beloved companies today announced that it will change its business model a bit due to the growing number of COVID-19. All Donut Bank stores will be drive-thru only until further notice, the donut shop announced on Facebook.

The donut shop said in the post, “We believe it is important to shut down our lobbies due to health issues we have for our staff and customers. We apologize for any inconvenience. We hope you stay. safe, Tri-State. “

This is of course not the first time that they have made this decision recently. They went to drive-thru only to all locations in August 2021 for the same reason.

This means that you can still get your delicious coffee, cookies, and donuts in the morning on the way to work, however, you will have to order them to go. This may be a little inconvenience for some, but at least you can still enjoy all of their treats!

The announcement also means that the monthly Coffee with a Cop dates could be canceled or rescheduled, depending on how long Donut Bank will stay behind the wheel only. The monthly event gives you the opportunity to enjoy a delicious breakfast and a great cup of coffee while chatting with officers from the Evansville Police Department about whatever is on your mind.

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An Evansville resident recently posted a question to the “I grew up in Evansville, Indiana” Facebook group asking other members to share hidden or little-known facts about our city that few residents know about. The responses were varied, spanning everything from our manufacturing history and our place in the Civil War, to some popular landmarks still standing today that were the first in the entire state of Indiana. No matter how long you’ve lived here, there’s a good chance there are some things on this list that you didn’t know about the city we call home.

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On this flashback Thursday, let’s take a trip down memory lane to see if you can remember what once was in those Evansville businesses.

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