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Council adopts $3.6M General Fund for 2017

The Crawford County Council, expecting it will cost approximately $8.6 million to run the county next year, adopted the 2017 budget at its regular monthly meeting last Tuesday night....more >>

Milltown man formally charged with murder

A Milltown man was charged with murder Thursday after allegedly killing his stepfather with an aluminum baseball bat almost two weeks ago....more >>

Advanced EMTs get pay increase

Wanting to be fair to the county's emergency medical technicians who already have completed the required training and subsequent exams to become Advanced EMTs, the Crawford County Board of Commissioners at its Sept. 29 meeting voted to go ahead and increase their pay to $12.50 per hour....more >>

Sycamore Springs, better than ever, reopens

A normal Sycamore Springs Park season usually lasts 5-1/2 months. However, in 2016, that was significantly cut short — and for good reason....more >>

Floyd, Tell City take X-C regional crowns

Corydon girls going to first semi-state

The Floyd Central girls' cross country team continued its domination from last week's sectional win to claim another regional title at Crawford County Saturday morning, scoring just 28 points in its 56-point win over runner-up Jasper. Also in the girls' division, the Corydon Central Lady Panthers qualified for their first semi-state run at Brown County this Saturday, finishing fifth of the 10 full teams competing. Forest Park and Christian Academy of Indiana also made the cut, finishing third and fourth, respectively....more >>

Floyd Central tops New Albany, 27-14

Hoist the anchor!

Anytime Floyd Central and New Albany get together in any sport you can expect a battle royal, and such was the case Friday night at Ron Weigleb Stadium at the Floyd Central sports complex as the Highlanders hammered out a 27-14 win over their county rival. The win secured second place in the Hoosier Hills Conference with the Highlanders retaining ownership of the Old Rusty Anchor trophy....more >>

Blocked punt sparks Cougars in 27-12 win

Off the left end, North Harrison's Ethan Hamby came unblocked, dashing toward Paoli punter Tyler Smith to stretch his arms out and redirect the ball on the kick attempt....more >>
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