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Crawford's Hillenburg 'torchbearer' for victims

Twelve women, including Cheryl Hillenburg of Milltown, were honored during Indiana's Salute to Women program presented March 9 by the Indiana Commission for Women and the Indiana Women's History Association....more >>

Millwright company to relocate to Carefree

Don DuBois, executive director of the Crawford County Economic Development Corp., announced at Thursday night's county board of commissioners meeting in English that a millwright services company will be relocating to the county....more >>

Duke hopes painful past helps others

Many people remember Patty Duke as the young actress who portrayed the deaf and mute Helen Keller in "The Miracle Worker." Her Oscar-winning performance in that movie propelled her to a successful stint on the "Patty Duke Show" and established her as one of entertainment's most versatile and beloved actresses....more >>

Council funds EMS director's position

The Crawford Council, meeting March 8 at the judicial complex in English, approved funding for a full-time director of the county's ambulance service....more >>

Help keep Patoka pristine

Patoka Lake is one of Southern Indiana's most popular attractions. During the week, people can be seen fishing all over the lake and in its tributaries. On the weekends and holidays, the lake is a popular place to boat, swim, ski, camp, hunt and picnic. But, it takes a lot of work to keep the lake pristine, to maintain its health and keep trash and rubbish from accumulating along its shores....more >>

4-H Photography Workshop Saturday

The Crawford County 4-H Council and Lisa Bean Photography will host a 4-H Photography Workshop on Saturday....more >>

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4-H Photography Workshop Saturday
March 30, 2011
The Crawford County 4-H Council and Lisa Bean Photography will host a 4-H Photography Workshop on Saturday. ...more >>
Community Supported Ag taking root
March 30, 2011
Food is an important part of people’s lives. The quality of the food people consume has a huge impact on the quality of life they live. And in the last few years, many Americans are coming to the conclusion that it makes little sense to truck tomatoes and vegetables from California, lettuce and celery from Mexico and apples from Washington state when those same foods are available locally. ...more >>
Churches recent targets of criminals
March 30, 2011
A recent spat of break-ins and thefts have been focused on local churches. In the last couple of months, at least three churches have reported break-ins, vandalism or thefts. ...more >>
Traffic stop leads to drug-dealing charges
March 30, 2011
Two people from Fredericksburg were charged with dealing marijuana after police found the drug during a traffic stop in Greenville last Wednesday afternoon. ...more >>
Richards next NH asst. supt.
March 30, 2011
Lance Richards looks forward to his new position with the North Harrison Community School Corp. when he switches June 1 from principal at Morgan Elementary School to the corporation assistant superintendent. ...more >>
Four Stars for Morgan
Greenville, Floyds Knobs also on elite list
March 30, 2011
Morgan Elementary School has been named a Four Star School by the Indiana Department of Education. It joins Greenville and Floyds Knobs Elementary schools in being among the 188 out of 1,808 public schools and 13 out of 261 private schools in the state to receive the honor. ...more >>
New truck to help LVFD with increased runs
March 30, 2011
Members of the Leavenworth Volunteer Fire Department drove back home recently after taking possession of their brand-new pumper/tanker truck. ...more >>
Some say reforms fail students
However, state’s top education official says reforms about rewarding best teachers, allowing administrators to do their jobs and providing parents choices
March 23, 2011
This year’s session of the Indiana General Assembly has been one of the most eventful, with House Democrats now a month into a walkout that began with frustration with a Republican bill that would have limited collective bargaining rights of unions and has since expanded to include other proposed legislation, including education reforms. ...more >>
Sewer plant almost ready to go online
March 23, 2011
After several years of effort by numerous Georgetown officials, the town is about to unveil its new wastewater treatment plant, a landmark event that many thought would never come to pass. ...more >>
Children's theater to present 'Winnie'
March 23, 2011
In early 2010, the Community Foundation of Crawford County launched a regional children’s theater company. A year later, the Peacock Children’s Theatre Co. is in the final days of rehearsals for its third presentation, “Winnie the Pooh.” ...more >>
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