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Harrison, G'town officials discuss sewer plant

The Harrison County Regional Sewer District and the Georgetown Town Council have entered into discussions about a possible joint venture with a regional sewer plant. Georgetown officials, including Council President Billy Stewart, Everett Pullen, Jimmy Reynolds, Doug Cook and attorney Jim Montgomery, were present at the district's meeting last Thursday morning....more >>

'You are our eyes and ears'

Police warn those at 59th SWCD annual meeting of dangers of meth lab residue

Saturday morning's 59th annual meeting of the Crawford County Soil and Water Conservation District served as a wake-up call to landowners who may have thought that the methamphetamine problem couldn't affect them....more >>

G'town takes first step toward new town hall

In a surprising move at a special meeting on Feb. 4, the Georgetown Town Council approved a motion to take the first step toward relocating the town hall, citing several problems with the current building and reasoning that remodeling it was not feasible due to the town's needs for more room....more >>

Student-written 'Business is Murder' makes debut at CCHS this weekend

If "Business is Murder," then Crawford County High School seniors Chase Smith and Beth Hammond hope the play they have written and directed by that name makes a killing this weekend....more >>

Get ready for 'Taste of Home' cookin'

Organizers expect 800 people at April 17 event

Nothing beats home cooking, and Crawford County's going to get a good taste of it this spring....more >>

Recent News

Milltown residents ponder saving bridge
Public opinions vary at meeting
February 06, 2008
Milltown residents appear to be divided on whether to keep the old, single-lane bridge once a new, two-lane span is built just upstream. ...more >>

Crawford re-ups reassessment contract
Commissioner Gilmore wanted to look at completed work first
February 06, 2008
Despite reservations, Randy Gilmore joined his fellow two Crawford County Commissioners Thursday night in renewing the county’s contract with Tyler Technologies Inc. CLT Division to provide trending and appraisal services. ...more >>

G’town tackles slew of issues at special meeting
February 06, 2008
In a busy special meeting on Monday, Jan. 28, the Georgetown Town Council considered action on everything from the sidelined sewage treatment plant to Broadband Internet service. ...more >>

Volunteers help patients on 'Road to Recovery'
February 06, 2008
Jeanie Melton has been cancer-free for 13 years, but she understands that others are still on their journey back to health. That’s why Melton, after retiring last May, volunteered with the American Cancer Society to drive patients to their treatments. ...more >>

Clarionnews.net offers local news, sports, much more
Web-version of Clarion News available online today
February 06, 2008
The Clarion News is now online at www.clarionnews.net. The Web site offers online versions of the news and sports featured in the newspaper as well as Web-specific features, including photo galleries, blogs and columns. ...more >>

Property tax rebate checks slow, but coming
January 30, 2008
Many residents in Crawford County have received their property tax rebate checks and the rest of the county can rest assured that if theirs isn’t in the mail, it will be before long. ...more >>

ISP seize $210,000 of marijuana during routine I-64 traffic stop
January 30, 2008
Police seized 33 pounds of marijuana, worth approximately $210,000, during a routine traffic stop along Interstate 64 in Crawford County last Wednesday. ...more >>

Relay for Life sets goal of $62,900
Last year's event beat goal by almost $20,000
January 30, 2008
On the heels of an extremely successful effort last year, the annual Crawford County Relay for Life began its 2008 campaign last Tuesday night at Lincoln Hills United Methodist Church near English with an ambitious goal of raising at least $62,900. ...more >>

Survey says Crawford only doing 'fair job' in battling substance abuse
January 30, 2008
Crawford County was the focus of a recent public opinion survey that found that the majority of respondents believed that the county was only doing a “fair” job of addressing substance abuse. ...more >>

Milltown examines fate of old bridge
Structure would be turned into covered walking bridge
January 30, 2008
Gordon Smith, owner of Cave Country Canoes in Milltown, asked the Milltown Town Council at its meeting Monday, Jan. 14, to consider leaving the old bridge up and turning it into a covered walking bridge. ...more >>

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