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Vols seeking to open center for addicts gain momentum

With the same goal in mind, Crawford County's own center for helping former drug addicts adjust to life in general society, volunteers met for the second time on Aug. 31 at Hillview Christian Church near Marengo....more >>

Police locate 81 syringes inside Milltown home

A search warrant yielded the discovery of 81 syringes by police at a Milltown residence Friday night....more >>

Festivals highlight weekend activities

Fall music event to hit right notes...more >>

Kick sends unbeaten Cougars over top

Harley for ninety! Blocker-to-Wetzel oh guts Waynescott splits the bars A haiku can be accomplished with three lines of verse and ending with 17 syllables. On the football field, North Harrison went to 3A No. 8 Brownstown Central Friday night and produced 17 jaw-dropping points...more >>

Highlanders roast Red Devils, 34-14

The Floyd Central Highlanders threw holy water on the host Jeffersonville Red Devils Friday night, making some big plays to get a 34-14 Hoosier Hills Conference win and stay atop the conference standings alongside Columbus East with a clean 3-0 record....more >>

Moorefield, Floyd best at sectional

Floyd Central senior Jillian Moorefield is relatively new to the game of golf, having just taken up the sport in 2016. And now she's a sectional champion....more >>

Lady Pack golfers finish on good note

While they didn't quite get the numbers they were after in their final three matches of the regular season, the Crawford County Lady Pack still finished with some good numbers with hopes of improving over the off-season. Crawford will return the majority of their players next year with that extra year of experience....more >>

Bounce back puts Lady Cats in form

Refocused and recharged, the North Harrison girls' soccer team proved it belongs in the thick of the Mid-Southern Conference discussion Thursday with a 5-0 shutout of rival Corydon Central....more >>

Providence sweeps Lady Highlanders

The last few matches for the Floyd Central volleyball team have seen the Lady Highlanders struggle in the early games, and it happened again at the worst possible time against visiting Providence on Rivalry Night last Wednesday. The Lady Pioneers put a choke-hold on the Lady Highlanders at the start then fended off two late charges for a three-game sweep....more >>

Making case, again, for hate crimes legislation

Events in Charlottesville recently have finally alerted my colleagues in the legislature, as well as Gov. Holcomb, to the possibility that hate crimes legislation is needed in Indiana. For the past five years, I have advocated for increased penalties for crimes committed on the basis of bias towards another person. My friend and colleague, State Rep. Greg Porter, has also been advocating on behalf of this same legislation for many more years....more >>

A new medical model

I don't know about you, but I keep seeing younger and younger people with all sorts of medical and emotional maladies. Children are diagnosed with ADHD, ADD, diabetes, high blood pressure and depression. The No. 2 cause of death in young people ages 15 to 24 and 25 to 34 was suicide. Heart disease is rated the fifth cause of death in children 5 to 9, 15 to 24 and 23 to 34....more >>
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