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County looks to expand E.D.A.

Following the Crawford County Redevelopment Commission, which on Dec. 11 adopted a resolution that added the area around the Interstate 64 interchange at Leavenworth, the county's board of commissioners last month approved a resolution regarding the county's Economic Development Area....more >>

Board organizes for 2019

The Crawford County Board of Commissioners, at its annual organization meeting Thursday at the judicial complex in English, appointed District 3 member Morton Dale to serve as president....more >>

Thomas baby first of new year at HCH

Sammi Jo Thomas' mother, Cindy Pate, was ready for her newest grandchild to arrive and told her daughter any day, any time, she was ready....more >>

Harrison's 2019 Lilly Scholar chosen

Noah Daniel Phillips, a 2019 graduating student at Corydon Central High School, was getting ready for school on Dec. 10 when his cell phone rang. The phone call was to tell Phillips that he had been invited back to the Harrison County Community Foundation for a second interview for the 2019 Harrison County Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship. In reality, the meeting was to let him know that he was Harrison County's 2019 scholarship recipient....more >>

Historical Commission to rededicate Greenville flag

Ceremony Monday evening at town hall

After 50 years, the Greenville town flag is back. The flag, which has been lost for more than a decade, caught the attention of the Greenville Historic Preservation Commission....more >>

Wolfpack hold off Blackhawks

CC goes to top of PLAC

Friday night's boys' basketball game between the Crawford County Wolfpack and the visiting Springs Valley Blackhawks was an important one for both teams. Valley came into the game with a 9-1 overall record and was sitting on top of the Patoka Lake Athletic Conference standings at 3-0....more >>

Lady Cats dance over Providence

The North Harrison Lady Cats had a rough month of December, losing four straight games between the 13th and 28th. On the 29th, the Lady Cats took their frustrations out on Shelbyville, winning by a 50-point margin. On Thursday night at Providence, the Lady Cats danced to the music coming across the public address system before their game. Moments later on the court, they danced all over the Lady Pioneers for an 84-41 win....more >>

Panthers upend Wolfpack, 69-60

After falling to the Tell City Marksmen in the opening round of the Perry-Spencer Holiday Classic in overtime on a last-second shot, the Crawford County Wolfpack had hopes of redeeming themselves in the Friday night, Dec. 28, round against Corydon Central....more >>

Tell City tops Crawford in OT

Sometimes the ball bounces to you and sometimes the ball bounces away from you. In the case of the Crawford County-Tell City Perry-Spencer Holiday Classic tournament opener on Dec. 28, the ball bounced away from the Wolfpack at the worst possible time and the Marksmen put up a buzzer-beater for a 51-49 overtime win....more >>

Lady Cats end East Central trip with win

In a stout field of eight teams at the St. Leon Skyline Chili & Haag Ford East Central Holiday Tournament hosted by East Central, the North Harrison girls' basketball team bounced back from a pair of losses to top Shelbyville for seventh place....more >>

Cougars top Perry for 3rd at PSC

The North Harrison boys' basketball team, over the Dec. 28 and 29 PSC Holiday Classic, went 2-1 during competition. Closing the tournament, hosted by Heritage Hills and Tell City, the Cougars soundly defeated Perry Central 71-52....more >>
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