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More info sought before vote on med contract

Council members show support for provider agreement, but want questions answered

Expressing support but wanting to talk with officials from other counties that have implemented the program, the Crawford County Council last Tuesday night delayed voting on funding a contract with Advanced Correctional Healthcare to provide medical services at the county jail....more >>

Construction underway

Boys & Girls Club 'excited' work has started on facility

Ground has been broken and dirt is on the move at the future site of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harrison-Crawford Counties adjacent to the YMCA of Harrison County in Corydon....more >>
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Clinical trial transplant first for Indiana

The words "I've had a change of heart" on the back of Steve Gilland's T-shirt only tells part of the story. While it's true the 59-year-old has had a heart transplant, there's no mention that the donor heart arrived in a see-through box, was beating and pumping blood and could be monitored. Steve, a 1975 graduate of Corydon Central High School (his last name was Ramsey then), was the first person in Indiana to receive a transplant in what's called a "heart in a box" procedure....more >>

Crawford HCI studies local data

Perception versus reality. That was the focus of the Crawford County Hometown Collaboration Initiative meeting, which examined local data, on April 6. ...more >>

Lawmakers look to finish session early

Hoosier lawmakers are planning to end the four-month-long annual meeting of the Indiana General Assembly early this year. The 2017 legislative session will wrap on Friday — eight days ahead of the April 29 mandatory adjournment deadline....more >>
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Cougars shut out Wolfpack, 3-0

The North Harrison Cougars have struggled somewhat through the first part of the baseball season, going winless in their first three games. Their road trip to Crawford County last Wednesday was different, however. Rival games make a difference. Teams play harder. Attitudes are different. This time, the Cougars brought the right attitude with them and shut out the Wolfpack 3-0 to get their first win of the season and to break up a big iceberg sitting in their way. "I tip my cap to Crawford," North Harrison coach Cody Johnson said. "They came in with a lot of confidence. Their pitchers threw strikes and they made plays in the field. Crawford did everything I preach every day at practice. Just do the little things, and we'll stay in the ballgame. We just got a few more timely hits, a few bigger hits."...more >>

Corydon puts away Lady Cats

Mistakes can make for a rough day in any sport, whether it be an individual or a team event. Multiple mistakes in abnormal numbers can make for days that you just want to forget. The North Harrison Lady Cats had one of those days Thursday afternoon when they suffered through six errors in a 4-2 softball loss to county and Mid-Southern Conference rival Corydon Central....more >>

Floyd rips Lady Olympians

An hour before the Floyd Central Lady Highlanders were to play their Hoosier Hills Conference softball game against visiting Columbus East on Monday, April 10, sophomore pitcher Abby Letson was wired, literally. Letson was wired to four electrodes and an electronic muscle stimulator to ease pain in her lower back. A delay in Columbus East's arrival allowed Letson to loosen her back that much more....more >>
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