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Council waits on salary ordinance, thanks Bartels

Needing five aye votes, council, with only four members present, unable to vote on 2018 salaries

The Crawford County Council hoped to pass the 2018 salary ordinance at its regular monthly meeting last Tuesday night, but, with only four members present, one short of the five affirmative votes needed, wasn't able to do so....more >>

CFCC awards $5,404 in Desk Drawer Dollar education grants

The Community Foundation of Crawford County recently collectively awarded $5,404.09 in grants to 18 Crawford County Community School Corp. teacher proposals through the CFCC Desk Drawer Dollars Program....more >>

Community gathers for prayer vigil for injured elementary principal

More than 150 people gathered in the Morgan Elementary School cafeteria last Tuesday to pray and express support for Principal Megan Reynolds and her family....more >>

Researchers hope hellbender release leads to increase

80 salamanders let loose into Blue River

Eighty Eastern Hellbender salamanders, Blue River's slimy unofficial mascot, were released into a secluded part of the river near Harrison Springs recently after spending four years in a research laboratory at Purdue University....more >>

2018 Next Level Agenda places emphasis on workforce

Gov. Eric J. Holcomb on Nov. 8 shared his 2018 Next Level Agenda, which continues his 2017 priorities while placing a greater emphasis on building Indiana's workforce to fill high-wage, high-demand jobs....more >>

Lady Cats devour Crawford, 65-10

Sometimes when a good team loses or nearly loses against somebody it should have beaten, the next opponent in line bears the brunt of that team's frustrations. North Harrison suffered a near defeat at Charlestown, winning by just three points, 39-36, on Nov. 11. Crawford County had the unfortunate situation of being the next opponent on the Lady Cats' list....more >>
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