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Public-private economic partnership about ready

Hoping to put the county in the best possible position to attract much needed development, the Crawford County Redevelopment Commission continues to move toward the formation of a public-private economic development consortium....more >>

HCI invites community to forum

Aug. 22 event to discuss survey results, possible solutions

The Crawford County Hometown Collaborative Initiative invites the community to attend a forum on Tuesday, Aug. 22, to discuss its recent survey results and solutions that will improve the county under three tenets: economy, leadership and place-making. As of Friday, approximately 500 surveys had been submitted....more >>

Former Crawford commissioner, councilman dies

Former Crawford County commissioner and council member Tom Leonard, of Taswell, passed away on Monday, July 24, 2017, at Jewish Hospital in Louisville following complications from a long battle with heart failure. He was 66....more >>

Councilwoman experiences health scare

Crawford County Councilwoman Sharon Wilson is undergoing a series of tests after blacking out while driving to work at the Crawford County Tourism Office last Thursday morning, causing her car to run off the road and hit a tree. ...more >>

Wolfpack expected to be stronger, quicker

The Crawford County Wolfpack football program lost a strong group of athletes last year to graduation. The good thing is the team has several talented returning players and some new faces who hope to fill the void. "Ty Nickelson, he graduated and he had some good athletic ability," coach Kevin Mills said....more >>

Cougars striving for top

Over the last two seasons, North Harrison's football program has put together a Mid-Southern Conference championship season along with a combined 17-4 record. Still, don't try to convince Cougars' coach Mark Williamson that North Harrison is a team to beat in the league....more >>

Highlanders playing 'for coach'

Floyd Central's football team has had a lot of things going on even before its season has begun. The Highlanders lost a lot of size due to graduation, with last season's entire veteran offensive line having been made up of seniors....more >>

Tri-meet tilts to NH

On the home course for both teams, Corydon Central and North Harrison met on a sunny Thursday afternoon with Salem for a girls' golf match....more >>

Lady Pack split matches

The Crawford County Lady Pack golf team began its season by splitting two matches, winning over Heritage Hills in the season opener last Wednesday, then slipping to Paoli the following day....more >>

Objection to verified parental consent law disingenuous

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill made an excellent point when, in announcing he would appeal a recent court injunction against legislation signed into law by Gov. Eric Holcomb that would require verified consent of a parent or guardian prior to a minor having an abortion, he said it is now more difficult for a 14-year-old to get a tattoo than an abortion....more >>

Misinterpretation fuels misunderstanding

Inspiration Corner

Anyone who has read my articles can correctly characterize me as being upfront and direct in my writing. I don't mince words and I am not always diplomatic in how I express them. No doubt this tendency has been a product of my upbringing....more >>
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