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Bridge dedication honors former resident, veterans

Crawford County Bridge No. 129 at Milltown, colloquially known as "the curved bridge," was renamed the Billy McWilliams Memorial Bridge and dedicated to all veterans during a ceremony on Saturday afternoon. Born in Milltown, McWilliams was 20 when he worked on the original bridge in 1937. Construction of a replacement bridge currently is underway....more >>

Latest ISTEP+ exam results show minimal growth

For the third year in a row, about half of the state's students passed this year's ISTEP+ exams. Locally, the school corporations of New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated Schools and North Harrison minimally improved their passing scores by as much as three percentage points, while Crawford County Community School Corp.'s passing scores declined by almost seven percentage points....more >>

New band teacher excited to lead Marching Wolfpack

New Crawford County High School band director Charlie Booth likes what he is hearing so far. Come Saturday, he hopes to like what he sees....more >>

Everything about DACA, DREAMers

Last Tuesday, the Trump administration announced it would abolish the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, in six months if Congress fails to find a more permanent solution....more >>
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Cougars scuttle Pirates 35-7

Win sets up showdown with Brownstown Central, also 4-0

The North Harrison Cougars made quick work of visiting Charlestown in a Mid-Southern Conference football game Friday night, overpowering the Pirates 35-7. The Cougars used a multitude of weapons on the Pirates, who had little answer to the Cougar onslaught....more >>

Floyd rolls at Seymour to improve to 3-1

The Floyd Central Highlanders improved their record to 3-1 for the football season Friday night and stayed clean in the Hoosier Hills Conference at 2-0 when they upended the host Seymour Owls....more >>

Lady Commodores out-gun stubborn CC

The Crawford County Lady Pack and Perry Central Lady Commodores had a battle royal last Tuesday night when the two teams got together for a Patoka Lake Athletic Conference volleyball match. There were some fierce battles at the net as both teams worked to gain control. In the end, it was the Lady Commodores who were the victors, winning by a 3-1 decision....more >>

Wolfpack upend North Harrison in tennis

Going into their tennis match last Tuesday afternoon, neither the North Harrison Cougars nor the Crawford County Wolfpack had suffered a regular season loss. With any North Harrison-Crawford County match-up, you can expect a good rumble, and the two tennis teams didn't disappoint. This time around the Wolfpack came away with a 3-2 win....more >>

Crawford golfers get pair of wins

The Crawford County Lady Pack golf teams have found themselves in a groove winning two matches on Aug. 31 against Tell City and last Tuesday against Heritage Hills and Forest Park....more >>

Bennett leads North past Charlestown

In a match that saw 31 ties and 17 lead changes through four games, the North Harrison Lady Cats and Charlestown Lady Pirates slugged it out in the North Harrison gymnasium Thursday night, with the Lady Cats coming out on top in a 3-1 win. North Harrison coach Caitlyn Janes knew it was going to be a war after playing the Lady Pirates through the summer session....more >>

NH tames hurricane, Panthers

While the cost of stain remover may have been saved, the use of a clothes dryer needed some overtime work after the Sept. 1 edition of the Big Cat Classic....more >>

Highlanders roll over Madison

The Floyd Central Highlanders put a cage around the Madison Cubs early last Friday night when they scored in three of four quarters for a 27-10 win. The win put the visitng Highlanders in a four-way-tie at the top early in the Hoosier Hills Conference football race and improved the team's overall record to 2-1....more >>

Perry rains down on CC

A cold rain and brisk wind from the remains of Hurricane Harvey pelted Breeden Field last Friday night as Perry Central and Crawford County gathered for what one might call The Monsoon Bowl. Despite the weather conditions, it was a good night for the Commodores, who kept their ship upright for a 32-6 Patoka Lake Athletic Conference win....more >>
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