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'Guardians' treated to picnic, blessing

Harrison County's "guardians" — law enforcement officers, conservation officers, firefighters, Emergency Medical Services personnel, air medical crews and dispatchers — and their families were treated to a picnic Sunday at the Talmage Windell Memorial Agriculture Building at the Harrison County Fairgrounds in Corydon. The free meal was followed by a Blessing of the Badges ceremony....more >>

Lincoln Hills UMC honors those who protect with 9/11 service

Around 100 people came together at Lincoln Hills United Methodist Church in English to honor and recognize those who protect and serve last Sunday with a special 9/11 service. ...more >>

Music, pageants, more highlight Eckerty Days

Festival fun will continue when the annual Old Eckerty Days gets underway Friday evening. The festival, which will begin at 5 p.m. when booths open, once again will feature several pageants. ...more >>

Highlanders burn Red Devils, 35-7

In what was a near-perfect performance by the Floyd Central football program, the Highlanders put the visiting Jeffersonville Red Devils on ice in a 35-7 beating in an important Hoosier Hills Conference match-up on Friday. The win keeps the Highlanders in contention for the conference title as they meet conference favorite Columbus East at home this Friday night. "It was the best all-around performance we've had in a couple of years," Floyd Central coach Brian Glesing said....more >>

Braves' stout defense slows NH

Defense for defense, North Harrison was up to the task much of Friday night in keeping pace with Brownstown Central. The Cougars' offense, however, scuffled....more >>

Go low! Lady Cats runner-up at golf sectional

Coaches are only allowed, with the exception of giving rulings, to speak with golfers between holes during IHSAA post-season play....more >>

Providence wins 'hammer-fest' over Floyd

The Floyd Central Lady Highlanders and host Providence Lady Pioneers put on a volleyball clinic last Wednesday night, with the top-ranked (3A) Lady Pioneers earning a 3-1 win in a four-game "hammer-fest." The term "Hammer Down!" fit on this night as the two powerhouses pounded the ball at each other, drawing big approval from both sides of the court....more >>

Floyd swings to four-way match win

The Floyd Central girls' golf team's match at the Corydon Old Capitol Golf Course last Monday afternoon wasn't its best round of golf, but it was enough to outshoot teams from Corydon Central, Providence and New Albany, with the Lady Highlanders winning by a 21-shot margin. For the teams, it was a chance to get used to the sectional course less than a week before the start of the state tournament....more >>
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