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New Milltown bridge on schedule

The new Milltown bridge remains on schedule to be open by the end of the year, as the Crawford County Board of Commissioners, in a special session Friday at the judicial complex in English, named the contractor....more >>

Crawford now has its own United Way

The United Way of Crawford County was organized about a year ago, and the hard work of those involved with the program is already paying off....more >>

Trucker shot along I-64 in Floyd County

Police ask for public's help in solving crime

A truck driver was shot near the 116.5-mile marker of Interstate 64 in Floyd County late Friday night....more >>

Remains found belong to missing Milltown man

The Indiana State Police Laboratory has released results of DNA testing on human remains found in April 2008 by the Crawford County Sheriff's Department and Indiana State Police near Milltown....more >>

Recent News
Citizens: Statements based on 'research'
Biomass opposition group defends comments questioning environmental safety of plant
June 03, 2009
Taking issue with earlier comments from officials wanting to construct a woody biomass-to-electricity plant near Milltown that questioned the accuracy of statements made by the group of residents opposing the facility ...more >>
Dogs on parade
Hundreds of dog lovers flock to Harrison County
June 03, 2009
The Harrison County Fairgrounds went to the dogs this past weekend — almost 800 of them. The canines, along with their nearly 1,000 persons, came to Corydon from throughout the country Saturday and Sunday ...more >>
Mercury now in most Hoosier bodies of water
Analysis
June 03, 2009
Most people take for granted the ability to flip a small switch on the wall and get instant light in every room of their home. And there’s an almost countless number of electrical appliances that people use every day without a second thought. ...more >>
Amateur radio can be big help in crisis
June 03, 2009
Anyone who likes to talk, help their community, play with electronic gadgets or just be a part of local emergency communications during disasters can now sign up for training to do all of the above. ...more >>
G'town gets reprieve on rate, for now
May 27, 2009
The Town of Georgetown is still feeling the heat, but the flame has been turned down for a while due to a decision by the New Albany City Council last Thursday evening to postpone voting on an ordinance that drastically would increase the sewer bills for Georgetown residents. ...more >>
Truck wash latest addition for revitalized Carefree
More growth may be on horizon
May 27, 2009
Traffic in Carefree has picked up in the past several months, with the opening of Pilot Travel Center and Subway and Small Brothers Truck and Auto Repair relocating to a new building, and Carla Miller and Deborah Crawford want to do their part to keep it clean. ...more >>
Time to gather for 120th annual English Reunion
May 27, 2009
The 120th English Reunion Festival will be June 3 through 6 in the town, with most activities at the intersections of Main and Fifth streets. ...more >>
LGR: Make decisions 'based on facts'
Developer says 'supposition,' 'false information' has been spread about biomass plant
May 20, 2009
Officials from Liberty Green Renewables LLC, the company wanting to build a 28-megawatt woody biomass-to-electricity plant near Milltown, made their first appearance in front of the Crawford County Council last Tuesday night at English. ...more >>
REMC says 'cap and trade' could drive up energy costs
May 20, 2009
Harrison REMC officials are urging their customers, as well as all Hoosiers, to encourage legislators to work with electric co-ops, electric municipals and investor-owned utilities to find a way to keep electricity affordable and reliable while at the same time meeting federal public policy goals designed to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere. ...more >>
Martin soars to lifetime of memories
May 20, 2009
Hugh Martin always loved airplanes. He learned to fly in his late teens, and took his skills with him when he served in the military during World War II. ...more >>
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