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Census official approaches county about 2020 count

A partnership specialist with the U.S. Census Bureau approached the Crawford County Board of Commissioners at its last regular meeting about forming a committee to ensure a proper count of the county's residents in the 2020 Census....more >>

Mainstream service process picks up speed

Customers continue to sign up for Harrison County's high-speed fiber internet service provider, and the company and county officials are looking to increase the number of people signing on....more >>

Around 800 attend Caroling in the Cave

Caroling in the Cave has become a tradition for many Crawford County families. It has spread far beyond one county, however. At the fifth annual event, on Sunday inside Marengo Cave, visitors from Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee joined the local crowd for an hour and a half of Christmas music....more >>

Cougars hold off feisty Panthers

Noise, intensity, anxiety, tension, disappointment. All of the emotions one would expect in a county rivalry game were there in North Harrison's gymnasium Friday night...more >>

Lady Cats break Jasper

The North Harrison Lady Cats' basketball team struggled for 16 minutes then turned things around in the second half to outgun visiting Jasper last Tuesday night. The Lady Cats' defense turned the heat on in the second half against the Lady Wildcats and they walked away with a 62-51 win....more >>

Lady Pack romp over Perry Central

Crawford County alum, and now head coach of the Perry Central Lady Commodores, R.T. Elliott, knew what to expect from the Lady Pack going into their Thursday night game in Ron Ferguson Gymnasium. Elliott, a former Crawford County player himself, knew his team would face a gauntlet against Chris Broughton's team of hustlers in the Patoka Lake Athletic Conference matchup....more >>

Lady Highlanders fold to Madison

There are days in the game of basketball where the ball acts like it's afraid to go through the hoop, avoiding it at all costs. It was that kind of game last Wednesday night for the Floyd Central Lady Highlanders, who saw the basketball avoid the rim time after time against visiting Madison. The Lady Cubs, however, found a way to coax the ball through the net, allowing them to run past the Lady Highlanders for a 50-37 win....more >>

Coach's last play was his greatest

By all measures, Phillip Bowsman was a success. He was an accomplished high school football coach who guided his players both on and off the field and was even called Dad by some....more >>

Candy, crushed ... and melted

Piece of My Heart

Anyone who knows me knows I have a sweet tooth. Always have. My youngest son, Warner, inherited this trait from me and then some. I joke that he doesn't have a sweet tooth; he has a whole mouth full of them....more >>
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