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Circuit Court judge recount to be June 8

Recount commission hearing scheduled for June 14

What was set for a public hearing last Thursday involving the recount in the Republican primary election for Crawford County Circuit Court judge between Sabrina Bell and Justin Mills turned into a private meeting with the two and their attorneys in the judge's chambers....more >>

Marengo to lease former YSB building

The Crawford County Board of Commissioners has agreed to lease the Town of Marengo the former Crawford County Youth Service Bureau building for use, in part, as office space for the town's police department....more >>

Georgetown water shut off after main break

In the midst of a boil water advisory, the Georgetown Town Council held its regular monthly meeting on May 16 at the town hall. ...more >>

Library to install security cameras

The Crawford County Public Library's expansion from 5,000-plus square feet to almost 8,000 in 2013 offered much needed space for various programming and services. However, it also presented the challenge of having more area on which to keep an eye. Therefore, the CCPL board recently approved the installation of security cameras....more >>

English Reunion opens tonight

This year's edition of the English Reunion Festival gets underway today (Wednesday) when the Little Miss and Mister and Miss English Pre-Teen pageants take to the stage....more >>

Highlanders dominate

Boys' Track Sectional

After the Corydon Central girls' track sectional was run in wet and cold conditions last Tuesday, the boys had a much better day, with sun and warmth on Thursday at Floyd Central, as the host Highlanders dominated with a 51-point win over second-place New Albany. The Highlanders grabbed a lot of points early in the meet, first winning the long jump with a new sectional record of 23 feet, 6-1/4 inches by Antonio Villegas on his first attempt....more >>

Lady Highlanders edge New Albany

Girls' Track Sectional

It took an extra day to determine a winner, but the Floyd Central Lady Highlanders came away with another track sectional championship at Corydon Central last Wednesday afternoon, as they edged runner-up New Albany by just four points. While the majority of the meet was run on a rainy and cold Tuesday, officials determined the wet conditions were too dangerous and unfair for those in the long jump finals and pole vault, and those events were completed the following day....more >>

Floyd goes viral over No. 1 Jasper

The Class 3A top-ranked Jasper Lady Wildcat softball team came into the Floyd Central sports complex last Monday afternoon and caught a virus. That virus turned into the Floyd Central flu, with the Lady Highlanders going viral over Jasper with a big fifth inning for an 11-1 win as the team winds down its regular season....more >>

Lady Cats fall short to Charlestown

The North Harrison Lady Cat softball team had a chance to grab a share of the Mid-Southern Conference championship last Wednesday in its next-to-last game of the regular season. The Lady Cats, however, came up a little short in a 5-3 loss to the visiting Charlestown Lady Pirates, who claimed outright ownership of the MSC title....more >>

Crawford golfers get pair of wins

The Crawford County boys' golf team added two more wins to its record, winning a four-way at Old Capitol Golf Club in Corydon on May 9 against Corydon Central, Christian Academy of Indiana and North Harrison, and a four-way at Lucas Oil Golf Course in English on May 19. The wins come just before the Patoka Lake Athletic Conference championship match on Memorial Day....more >>

Weather interrupts girls' MSC track

Coming around the fourth corner and down the front stretch, leaders of the 3,200-meter run at the girls' Mid-Southern Conference meet were pulled off the track for safety reasons. A quick approaching storm prompted league organizers to halt action Wednesday, May 11, (already delayed one day due to weather) at Eastern (Pekin) and finish with the boys' meet at Corydon Central....more >>

Waynescott clears 6-3 at MSC

Less than 40 points separated the second- through seventh-place teams at the conclusion of the Mid-Southern Conference boys' track and field meet Friday, May 13....more >>
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Barbara Shaw