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Something for everyone at Harrison County Fair No. 159

Parade Sunday at 7 p.m.

The 159th edition of the Harrison County Fair, the state's longest running in the same location, will get underway in earnest Sunday evening at 7 with a parade through downtown Corydon....more >>

Democrat District 1 council recount set for June 27

A date for the recount in the race for the Democratic nomination for Crawford County District 1 council has been set....more >>

Harrison GOP selects Heitkemper to fill D3 commissioners' vacancy

The Harrison County Republican Central Committee, meeting in caucus Thursday at the Harrison County Government Center in Corydon, chose Jim Heitkemper to fill the District 3 board of commissioners' vacancy created by the passing of Jim Klinstiver....more >>

Duke Energy helps local youth in fight against 'summer slide'

Whether it's called the "summer brain drain" or "summer slide," educators know that kids can forget some of what they have learned over the summer. To help keep students from losing ground academically, the Duke Energy Foundation is investing $19,500 in Crawford County youth to help maintain and improve reading levels over the summer....more >>

Take trip to 'Hope Islands' at Crawford Relay For Life

Opening ceremony at 6 p.m. Friday

The community is invited to visit Hope Islands at the annual Crawford County Relay For Life for the American Cancer Society on Friday night to honor and remember those who have been touched by cancer....more >>

Recent Crawford grad dies in crash

A member of the Crawford County High School Class of 2018 was killed Tuesday, June 5, when a tractor trailer collided with his motorcycle at Millersville, Tenn., north of Nashville....more >>

Keibler new G'town clerk

During a Floyd County Republican Party caucus on May 30, Georgetown's deputy clerk-treasurer was selected to fill the vacancy of clerk-treasurer left by Brent Fender on May 13....more >>

Recent News
Cold beer sales on Sunday seem unlikely for now
June 06, 2018
Hoosiers may now be able to buy carry-out alcohol on Sunday, but cold beer sales still don’t seem likely, especially after House Speaker Brian Bosma appointed someone new to lead the commission tasked with studying Indiana’s alcohol laws. ...more >>
Recount date still to be determined
June 06, 2018
A hearing was scheduled for yesterday (Tuesday) in Crawford County Circuit Court to determine the future recount date in the race for the Democratic nomination for Crawford County District 1 Council. ...more >>
HC GOP to caucus for commissioner seat
June 06, 2018
The Harrison County Republican Central Committee will caucus tomorrow (Thursday) at 7 p.m. at the Government Center in Corydon for the purpose of filling the vacancy created by the passing of Harrison County Third District Commissioner Jim Klinstiver. ...more >>
Shelton, Little top Crawford class
June 06, 2018
Crawford County High School graduated 106 during its commencement ceremony Friday, May 25, at 7 p.m. in the gymnasium. ...more >>
Scott, Jobe lead North graduates
June 06, 2018
The class of 2018 at North Harrison High School consisted of 175 seniors taking part in commencement Sunday, May 27. ...more >>
Recount sought in Democrat council race
May 30, 2018
Initially thought to have ended in 91-91 tie only later to be determined to be 98-95, the race for the Democratic nomination for Crawford County District 1 Council last week was officially certified at 92-92. The Crawford County Democrat Party has petitioned for a recount. ...more >>
School explains funding request for officers
May 30, 2018
James Smith, the business manager for the Crawford County Community School Corp., attended Thursday evening’s regular meeting of the Crawford County Board of Commissioners to answer any questions the board may have about the corporation’s proposed arrangement to secure two school resource officers. ...more >>
Georgetown moves closer on downtown revitalization
May 30, 2018
At its latest meeting, the Georgetown Town Council got one step closer in its quest for downtown revitalization and saved money on its Ashley Mariah Park improvement project by approving a change order. ...more >>
Klinstiver, HC commissioner/public servant, dies at 77
May 30, 2018
Harrison County Commissioner, long-time public servant and volunteer James (Jim) Guy Klinstiver died Sunday afternoon, May 20, 2018. He was 77. ...more >>
Former Poe Lumber owner dies
May 30, 2018
Former local businessman and lifelong Marengo resident Robert (Bob) Walts Poe died Sunday, May 20, 2018. He was 88. ...more >>
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