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Commissioners seek to set aside $100K for potential fiber optic cable grant

Employee insurance sees reduction for second consecutive year

Following up on information provided by the Community Foundation of Crawford County at the last county council meeting, the Crawford County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved earmarking $100,000 of economic development funds for a potential fiber optic cable internet grant....more >>
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Milltown Post 332 aids Coats for Crawford to keep children warm

Kids in need can receive free coat at open house Saturday

American Legion Post 332 at Milltown donated 16 new children's coats valuing approximately $400 to the Coats for Crawford program last Wednesday morning. Members of Post 332, as well as the Sons of the Legion and the Ladies Auxiliary, brought the coats to the Crawford County Court Appointed Special Advocates office in English...more >>

Community's input sought at pair of forums

Crawford County's input is needed as the county goes through extensive planning efforts, and residents will have the opportunity to voice their thoughts during a couple of public forums this month....more >>

State government, local economy focus of Chamber gathering

The Crawford County Chamber of Commerce celebrated its annual Christmas party at Country Style Plaza restaurant in Leavenworth Thursday with special guests District 74 State Rep. Steve Bartels, R-Eckerty, and Crawford County Economic Director Michael Thissen....more >>
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Lady Cats shred Floyd Central, 54-26

For a quarter, the Floyd Central Lady Highlanders looked to be upset-minded in their game against visiting North Harrison Saturday afternoon, with the Lady Cats being in the unusual position of being behind early. It only lasted briefly, however, as North Harrison went on a terror later in the game, leading to a 54-26 onslaught of the Lady Highlanders....more >>

Crawford shipwrecks Commodores

The Crawford County Wolfpack sent the host Perry Central Commodores to the briny deep last Tuesday night in a 61-34 win to keep their record unblemished at 4-0 for the season. While the beginning of the game didn't fair well for both teams, Crawford County later torpedoed the Commodores for the 27-point rout....more >>

Crawford holds off Lady Bluejackets

In a battle between two Patoka Lake Athletic Conference teams, the Crawford County Lady Pack held off a late charge by the visiting Mitchell Lady Bluejackets for a 64-58 win. The win put Crawford County at the top of the conference standings at 2-0 with Springs Valley in the second spot a 3-1....more >>

Roaring reception for wrestling

The Cougar logo took center stage on the custom blue wrestling mats inside the North Harrison gymnasium last Tuesday....more >>

Dragons charbroil Cougars

Cougars and dragons have a few things in common. They're both strong, they both have big teeth and they're both quick. The big difference, however, is that dragons can fly and they breathe really hot fire. The North Harrison Cougars felt the latter Friday night as the Silver Creek Dragons came with blow torches and roasted the Cougars from the very beginning in an 84-40 win....more >>
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Government tries yet again to regulate tobacco products

Thinking About Rural Health

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration just announced it would once again try to regulate tobacco products....more >>
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