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Council corrects EMT salary error

Discussion of a topic that appeared settled a month earlier led to the Crawford County Council realizing that the 2013 salary ordinance didn't support action it took in February....more >>

HCCF grants $377,205 to 13 nonprofits

$100,000 to support high-speed Internet expansion

Not-for-profit agencies shared the wealth last week at Horseshoe Southern Indiana as the Harrison County Community Foundation awarded $377,205 to 13 agencies serving the Harrison County community....more >>

Easter fun at Milltown

It's that time of year— candy baskets, brightly colored dresses, eggs hidden in the yard. Easter has finally come around again!...more >>

Sequestration starting to be felt

The word sequestration has been thrown around a lot lately. While many people understand that a congressional sequestration isn't necessarily a good thing, they don't actually understand why it can be a bad thing....more >>

Recent News
Extension annual meeting focuses on education
Past year's successes highlighted
March 13, 2013
If you’ve ever wondered what the Crawford County Purdue Cooperative Extension Service does, then last weekend would have been a great time to do some research. ...more >>
Long road to recovery
November crash leaves West Fork man with short-term memory loss
March 13, 2013
Life can change in the blink of an eye. For 56-year-old Gural Hensley and his family, that blink was around 11:20 on the morning of Nov. 15. ...more >>
Successful kick-off
March 13, 2013
The Crawford County 4-H Kick-off on Saturday was a growing, throwing and shooting success. ...more >>
Doghouse ordinance abolished
Commissioners, opponents agree existing state laws enough
March 06, 2013
The Crawford County Board of Commissioners, to the applause of most in the packed courtroom at the judicial complex in English, Thursday night ended discussion on an ordinance that would have required “proper shelter” for dogs and cats. ...more >>
EMTs may be looking to unionize
March 06, 2013
Frustrated with working conditions, a majority of emergency medical technicians at the Crawford County Emergency Medical Services are considering forming a union. ...more >>
Splash & Shiver lives up to its name
March 06, 2013
Despite a wind chill in the low-20s and snow flurries, there were plenty of smiles to go along with chattering teeth Saturday morning at Buffalo Trace Park at Palmyra as 141 people splished and splashed to help raise $13,500 for Blue River Services Inc. ...more >>
School OK's full security upgrades
Improvements totaling $150,000 at five elementary schools to be funded with Rainy Day monies
February 27, 2013
Security was the emphasis of the Crawford County Community School Corp. Board of Trustees’ Feb. 19 meeting as it voted 7-0 to move ahead with security upgrades at the five elementary schools. ...more >>
Council members balk at emergency phone system
February 27, 2013
Hoping to implement a phone messenger service that, among other things, would warn residents of inclement weather, Crawford County Sheriff’s Department Chief Deputy Shawn Scott requested the Crawford County Council allow him to use $1,050 already set aside for such a program. ...more >>
Main Street group in early stages
February 27, 2013
While still in its infancy, the Georgetown Main Street planning committee has some big plans for the future. The revitalization committee is still in its organizational phase, but it is already generating talk. ...more >>
G'town drug crackdown lands 5 in jail
February 27, 2013
The Georgetown Police Department recently arrested five individuals on drug-related charges as part of an ongoing drug crackdown during the past month. ...more >>
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