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Five months into paramedic service, director seeing benefits

Farris says patient care level up, budget remains on track

When Tim Farris was hired as director in October 2017, his goal was for the Crawford County Emergency Medical Services to be operating with a paramedic-level certification by 2020. With the financial support of county leaders, the ambulance service achieved that goal one year early. Since Jan. 3, the EMS has been able to deliver a higher level of care, including the administration of potentially life-saving medications, to patients....more >>

Greenville's big weekend

Greenville had a big weekend, hosting the Floyd County Bicentennial Parade on Saturday and unveiling a historical marker recognizing the impact of late local entrepreneur John Baptiste Ford on Sunday....more >>

NH continues review of online, weighted classes

Following up on last month's board meeting of the North Harrison Community School Corp. that had students and parents wanting answers about policies regarding online Credit Recovery/PLATO courses, Marcus Burgher IV, the corporation's legal counsel, said he looked into the matter....more >>

Outdoor recreation signs sending positive message

If you've driven in Crawford County this spring, you couldn't have helped but notice the "We Are Outdoor Recreation" signs. And organizers couldn't be happier....more >>

Floyd Central wins 10th straight title

There were plenty of battles in the girls' track sectional at Floyd Central last Tuesday night, with the hosts getting their 10th straight championship by a 23.5-point margin over county rival New Albany. The Lady Highlanders qualified at least one individual in every event for this week's Evansville Central Regional and scored at least two people in each event....more >>

Bulldogs edge Highlanders at sectional

The New Albany Bulldogs won nine of the 16 events in the boys' track sectional at Corydon Central Thursday night to edge county rival Floyd Central by an 11-point margin, 159-148. The Highlanders lost points they were expected to get in a few events, allowing the Bulldogs to get their foot in the door and take home the hardware....more >>

North Harrison tops Crawford for 20th win

The North Harrison Lady Cats set a milestone last Wednesday afternoon when they won their 20th game of the softball season by overpowering host Crawford County, 19-1, in five innings....more >>

Dictatorship, not socialism, should be main fear

When I speak with people who are supporters of President Trump, I ask them why they support him. The answers do not vary much. They feel he is responsible for the economy doing well. They like his tough talk and "can do" attitude. They believe he will protect us from becoming a socialist country. They trust he will fill the courts with more conservative judges....more >>
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