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Storyteller Jennie Kiffmeyer will perform ''The Rivertown Dispatch'' on Sunday as part of the Emerging Stories Festival at the Indiana History Center. / Submitted photo


The wide, lazy Ohio River has shaped Indiana’s history since the state’s beginning.

It has brought new settlers, commerce and thousands of people to its shores. As a result, the river also provides a wealth of good stories to the people paying attention.

Jennie Kiffmeyer will be sharing some of that storytelling tradition in her performance, “The Rivertown Dispatch.” The show, slated for 3 p.m. Sunday at the IndyFringe Basile Theatre, revolves around the tales of a fictional Ohio River town.

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