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Council approves $20K for Milltown wastewater plant, with conditions

Following a lengthy debate, the Crawford County Council last Tuesday night voted to provide Milltown with $20,000 to build a new wastewater treatment plant. However, the aid comes with a few caveats....more >>

4-H Showcase gets home at Leavenworth

Town council agrees to allow Extension Service to host event in town in July

The Leavenworth Town Council last Monday night approved allowing Crawford County Purdue Extension to have its 4-H Showcase in the town July 10 through 13....more >>

$23,500 closer to a cure

The 19th annual Crawford County Relay For Life Friday night at Hillview Christian Church west of Marengo raised $23,500 for the American Cancer Society. For the second consecutive year, the evening, which featured a "Christmas in June" theme, included the crowning of the Miss Relay For Life pageant, where a group of 12 girls received votes based on each dollar they raised for Relay For Life....more >>

Commissioners declare emergency following Bridge No. 23 closure

The Crawford County Board of Commissioners, meeting at the judicial complex in English, last Tuesday declared an emergency situation following the closure of Bridge No. 23 on Whiskey Run Ranch Road southwest of Milltown earlier that day....more >>

Hatton keeps it loose for Indiana All-Stars

At the end of the high school season, North Harrison product Lilly Hatton had surgery on her left shoulder. The hope was for Hatton to make her return to the floor for the Indiana-Kentucky All-Star series, but the 6-foot-1 standout wasn't cleared to help the Indiana All-Stars....more >>

All-MSC spring sports winners announced

With the spring season wrapping up, the All-Mid-Southern Conference performers were recently announced. Athletes from North Harrison and Corydon Central were well represented with the following lists:...more >>

New assignments shake up sectional fields

The Indiana High School Athletic Association Executive Committee on April 29 approved the sectional assignments in six team sports for the next two school years....more >>

Let's energize our infrastructure

Up and down the East Coast, state lawmakers are fighting the Trump administration's efforts to allow natural gas and oil development in the Atlantic. These politicians recently adopted a novel tactic — they're blocking construction of onshore pipelines, terminals and other energy infrastructure that would be needed to process offshore natural gas and oil....more >>
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