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Spay, neuter program making difference

A year into running the Crawford County Spay and Neuter program, Jamie Breeding couldn't be more pleased....more >>

New business powers up in Crawford

When Todd Ash, after 17 years as both a DC and AC electrician working for somebody else, decided to start his own business, he chose to stay home. Fortunately for him, the programs were in place to make his dream a reality in Crawford County....more >>

Shickles new Harrison parks chief

Following a year-long search for a superintendent, the Harrison County Parks Department board chose someone who had been right in front of it all along....more >>

L'worth, G'town to have primary races

A pair of towns in the Clarion News' coverage area will have primary elections this spring....more >>

Excitement abuzz at HC Spelling Bee

Delaney Mueller, a sixth-grade student at Heth-Washington Elementary School, is now the champion after outlasting competitors at the 2019 Harrison County Spelling Bee on Monday evening, Feb. 4, at Morgan Elementary School....more >>

Recent News
Greenville VFD looks to form fire protection district
February 06, 2019
If all goes well, the Greenville Township Volunteer Fire Department hopes in March to present the necessary 562 signatures to the Floyd County Board of Commissioners for the establishment of a fire protection district. ...more >>
Old English Elementary school no longer an option for vet group
February 06, 2019
As the polar vortex enveloped Southern Indiana last Wednesday, forcing schools to be closed and most residents to stay indoors, a collection of veteran-minded individuals met to continue its charge to provide housing for homeless veterans. ...more >>
Milltown officials looking at new wastewater treatment plant
February 06, 2019
The Crawford County Board of Commissioners’ latest meeting may have been dominated by the 4-H Council, but that doesn’t mean other business took a backseat. ...more >>
Crafting couple give to homeless groups
February 06, 2019
For 32 days, 13 hours a day, Charlie and Gail Ferrell set up shop at Tractor Supply Co. in Corydon to sell their crafts. Those hours, along with the hundreds that preceded them as they prepared their goods for sale, paid off recently. Just not in the way most people would think. ...more >>
Dilapidated properties key focus of Milltown Town Council meeting
February 06, 2019
The Miltown Town Council, following comments from a resident who has had difficulty selling property, at its Jan. 14 meeting discussed the general state of several properties within the town. ...more >>
Battle for 4-H volunteer continues
January 30, 2019
The fight for a longtime Crawford County 4-H volunteer, who Purdue Extension will no longer allow to serve with the organization, continued Thursday night during a packed Crawford County Commissioners’ meeting. ...more >>
Greenville Water issues boil advisory
January 30, 2019
A boil water advisory is in effect for all Greenville Water Utility customers at least through Saturday, Feb. 2. ...more >>
Locked in
January 30, 2019
A new business originating out of Georgetown has taken the farming market by storm in the last two years, evolving from a basement-run operation to a full-fledged fulfillment center. ...more >>
Georgetown gets zoning help from county
January 30, 2019
In its first regular meeting of 2019, the Georgetown Town Council approved paying Floyd County’s director of operations, Don Lopp, and another of his employees to assist the town in updating its zoning ordinance and comprehensive plan, both of which need to be completed by the spring in order for the county to move forward with its Stellar grant application. ...more >>
Snyder: Tiny homes or English school, project will happen
January 30, 2019
The Southern Indiana Veterans Living and Rehabilitation Facility board of directors met Jan. 16 to discuss its options moving forward. ...more >>
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