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Wyandotte Caves ready for full season

Opening day Friday, May 26

Wyandotte Caves is gearing up for its first full season after its grand re-opening last summer, with new improvements to Little Wyandotte Cave....more >>

Prosecutor seeks increased pay for investigator interns

Crawford County Prosecutor Nicholas Haverstock, without an investigator in his office until November, last Tuesday night approached the county council about funding an investigator internship program in the interim....more >>

Georgetown approves bid for one project, tables that of another

At its March meeting, the Georgetown Town Council opened bids for two separate drainage improvement projects, of which the council members agreed to take both under advisement and make final decisions at a later date. Last month's April 17 meeting ended up being the later date. ...more >>

Domestic violence complaint leads to drug-related arrest

A Marengo man was arrested on drug-related charges after police responded to an alleged domestic violence incident on May 7....more >>

Annual RFTW returns next week

The 29th annual Run For The Wall will make its way through Southern Indiana on Tuesday evening, May 23, with an overnight stop in Corydon....more >>

Lady Cats go long past Providence

The North Harrison Lady Cats softball team put its record over .500 last Monday afternoon when it scored early against visiting Providence to earn a 5-1 win. The Lady Cats' defense and pitching kept the young Providence team off balance all afternoon as the teams continue to make some of their last tuneups before sectional play begins. "I like this team," North Harrison coach Gregg Oppel said. "The enthusiasm, I really believe we're coming on strong late. We've got great pitching. We've got great catching. Our defense was solid tonight. Our freshman second baseman, (Sierra) Simler, I wanted to get her a start. She deserves it. She's been working hard. She made that one error, but she's a freshman. She's going to be a great player for us in the future. She's an athlete Our future is bright, it really is."...more >>

Clarksville routs lifeless Wolfpack

The Crawford County Wolfpack suffered an embarrassing loss to visiting Clarksville on the baseball diamond last Wednesday afternoon, with the Generals pounding the ball for a 14-1 win in five innings. Crawford County waded sluggishly through the game as Clarksville dominated in the run-ruled rout....more >>

Creek best in even field

Wiseman runner up at MSC golf

Thirty-five strokes was the difference between the first- and sixth-place teams at the Mid-Southern Conference boys' golf meet Saturday at Wooded View Golf Course in Clarksville....more >>

Baseball state pairings revealed

A field of 384 teams will begin play later this month as the pairings for the 51st annual Indiana High School Athletic Association Baseball State Tournament Series were announced May 5 in Indianapolis....more >>

Power dominates Indy Grand Prix

It was a 'Power'-ful day for Roger Penske's Indy Car team Saturday afternoon at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with Will Power grabbing the brass ring for his first win of the 2017 season at the Indy Grand Prix. Team Penske put all four of its cars in the top 10, but it was Power who dominated the weekend, winning from the pole position....more >>

Beliefs are not always right

Beliefs are really nothing more than statements about something or someone that you and others think are true. Just because a bunch of folks say something is true over and over again does not always make it so....more >>
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Barbara Shaw