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Builders, developers question Georgetown tap-on fee

Before its regular February meeting, the Georgetown Town Council held a public hearing on proposed sewage rates and fees in connection with the expansion of the wastewater treatment plant. Most vocal about their concerns were area builders and developers. A representative from Umbaugh & Associates of Indianapolis, hired by the town to study the sewer rate, summarized the rate analysis before opening the floor for public comment....more >>

Police confiscate weapons, drugs during traffic stop

Illegal drugs, paraphernalia and weapons were found during a traffic stop on Friday conducted by the Leavenworth town marshal while working Operation Pull Over. According to the case report, at approximately 4:45 p.m., Leavenworth Marshal Jim Uland and Leavenworth Police Officer Jared Conrad...more >>

New veterans service officer excited to help others who served

For the first time in more than two decades, Crawford County has a new veterans service officer....more >>

Hatton earns spot on core Junior Indiana All-Stars

North Harrison junior Lilly Hatton has been one of the key parts of the girls' basketball success in Ramsey the last three seasons....more >>

Hoosier Basketball Magazine tabs top 60

NH's Nolot selected

Hoosier Basketball Magazine's Top 60 senior girls' basketball players for 2017-18 as compiled by Hoosier Basketball Magazine were recently released. ...more >>

Crawford places four on All-PLAC teams

Four Crawford County basketball players received All-Patoka Lake Athletic Conference honors....more >>

Discipline is going way of dinosaur

Inspiration Corner

When the word "discipline" is used, typically, it conjures up some form of punishment. Out of the six definitions that Merriam-Webster gives, none talks about punishment. However, I remember on many occasions when I was young, I could not come up with a different definition....more >>
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