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Locals join rally against 'Right to Work' legislation

The proposed "Right to Work" bill, an issue that has the two political parties in Indianapolis pretty much split, has been brought to the front burner by Republicans, making it the primary focus as soon as the new legislative session opened after the holidays. Democrats, who are outnumbered in both the House and Senate, are seeking to delay action on the bill to allow more public input, citing recent polls showing almost half of all Hoosiers are undecided about the issue....more >>

Commissioners also unsure who controls 4-H park

Having unsuccessfully gone to the county council for an answer, a group of volunteers who want to make improvements at the Crawford County Community 4-H Park south of Marengo visited the board of commissioners on Dec. 29 to determine from whom they need to seek permission....more >>

Chief probation officer says staff health reason for second rest room

Noting it is a health issue for his employees, Crawford County Chief Probation Officer Jim Grizzel last month approached the county board of commissioners about the need for a second rest room at the probation department in English....more >>

Commissioners, council keep same look for 2012

The Crawford County Board of Commissioners and Council reorganized for 2012 at special meetings Tuesday, Jan. 3, at the judicial complex in English....more >>

Couple thrilled for change of New Year's plans

Baby first of 2012 at Harrison County Hospital

All Jenny Howe was hoping to do New Year's Eve night was get a good night's sleep. Instead, her third child was born, nearly three weeks early....more >>

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Dogs removed from G'burg home
January 04, 2012
Eleven dogs, including one that had a bullet in its jaw and another that was blind, partially deaf and extremely thin, have been removed from a Grantsburg house after their owner recently moved out and, unable to care for them, left them there. ...more >>
Funds, education keys to solving problem
January 04, 2012
Tanya Tuell, who has assisted with various animal cases in Crawford County during the past year, said that while situations like the Grantsburg dogs are bad, she has seen worse. ...more >>
Number of filed court cases up in state in 2010
January 04, 2012
In numbers released recently by the state, more than 1.8 million new cases were filed in Indiana courts in 2010, an increase of 3 percent since 2001. ...more >>
Flip of calendar means campaign season soon to be in full swing
January 04, 2012
As the door is opened to a new year, most people are already aware that 2012 is an election year. Republicans who hope to challenge President Barack Obama for the White House have been on the campaign trail for months, fighting for the front-runner status that has been changing almost week to week. ...more >>
Happy holidays! Gas prices on rise
December 28, 2011
People who filled up their car’s fuel tank on Tuesday or Wednesday last week were probably gloating a bit by Thursday when gas prices began to jump. ...more >>
Milltown Legion, YSB students team up to bring happy holiday
December 28, 2011
Several Milltown area families will have plenty of food on the table this holiday season, thanks to the Milltown American Legion and the Crawford County Youth Service Bureau. ...more >>
3 Floyd schools receive top state honor
December 28, 2011
Three area schools have been named Four Star Schools by the Indiana Department of Education. Greenville and Floyds Knobs Elementary schools and Highland Hills Middle School near Georgetown ...more >>
Police busy with crashes, stolen property, etc.
December 28, 2011
The Crawford County Sheriff’s Department has been busy in recent days with vehicle crashes, stolen property and other issues. ...more >>
Board OK's new rest room project
December 28, 2011
Having just completed renovation of a couple of rest rooms in the high school gymnasium, the Crawford County Community School Corp. Board of Trustees has turned its attention to facilities near the media center. ...more >>
Is Right to Work right for Hoosiers?
December 21, 2011
Indiana Republican lawmakers are planning another effort to pass the controversial Right to Work legislation in the next legislative session beginning in early January. ...more >>
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