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Hearing stresses need for new Milltown sewer plant

In anticipation of applying for a $700,000 grant from the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs to partially fund construction of a new $1.6 million wastewater treatment plant, the Milltown Town Council, prior to its regular monthly meeting last Monday evening, conducted the first of two public hearings....more >>

G'town PD chief, sergeant suspended amid misconduct allegations

Georgetown Police Department Chief Denny Kunkel and Sgt. Charlie Morgan were suspended and placed on administrative leave after a Georgetown Town Council vote last Wednesday evening....more >>

Fire destroys barn, kills cattle

Fire last Wednesday morning destroyed two barns and about 120 round hay bales. It also claimed 22 head of feeder cattle, with others injured, some seriously, from the flames and smoke....more >>

Music and more at Schwartz's this weekend

Classic cars, games for the kids, apple-butter making, antique engines, fireworks and music — lots of music — will be featured Friday and Saturday at the eighth annual Autumn Music Festival. The fun will take place at Schwartz Family Restaurant, located at 6738 W. Governors Trace, Eckerty....more >>

Burn ban issued for Crawford

The Crawford County Board of Commissioners issued a burn ban last week for the entire county....more >>

Breeden Memorial Library moves to new space

It's light, bright, spacious and, most of all, according to Director Tina Brison, "it looks like a library." The Breeden Memorial Library may have physically moved just across the road, but symbolically the move was much more significant....more >>

Floyd rallies quick, blasts New Albany

Wright gets 5 TDs

For a while, it looked like the combination of a full moon and Friday the 13th was going to be a bad situation for the Floyd Central rivalry football game with New Albany at Ron Weigleb Stadium. After shaking off a rough first quarter, the Highlanders rallied back with Wenkers Wright scoring five touchdowns to help Floyd Central keep the rusty anchor trophy with a 50-14 final score....more >>

Crawford football erases 24-point deficit, tops RCA

The Crawford County Wolfpack football team put their first "W" in the win column Friday night when they rallied back from a 24-point deficit to get a nail-biting 38-36 win versus Rock Creek Academy. It took some big heroics from the Wolfpack's youth to secure the win at the end....more >>

Sunny sweep for Wolfpack tennis

A few umbrellas were out among spectators at the North Harrison tennis courts last Tuesday, not to keep away rain, but to fend off a scorching sun....more >>

Goals no issue for NH

The last meeting between North Harrison and Salem on the soccer pitch was a thrilling sectional game which needed penalty kicks to send the Cougars to the championship a year ago....more >>

Perry Central upends Lady Pack

The Crawford County Lady Pack and Perry Central Lady Commodores went through a volleyball war last Tuesday night through four games that eventually turned into a loss for the Lady Pack. After having two sluggish games against an aggressive Lady Commodore team, Crawford County tried to rally back but came up short in the end....more >>

Lady Cats rally, top Charlestown in five

The North Harrison Lady Cats and visiting Charlestown took the word "slug-fest" to a whole new level Thursday night in a five-game match that saw a total 47 ties and 22 lead changes. When the smoke had all cleared, the Lady Cats had come back from a two-game deficit to secure a 3-2 win over their Mid-Southern Conference opponent....more >>

Public deserves input regarding proposed tax

Nobody likes taxes, and people especially resent new ones. We all want to hang on to as much of our money as we can. After all, we work hard to earn it....more >>
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