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Crawford to add drug treatment court

Crawford County soon will offer a potentially more effective way in dealing with people in its court system due to drug-related offenses. A multi-disciplinary team led by Crawford County Circuit Court Judge Sabrina Bell last week received...more >>

Council won't provide Milltown aid for sewer plant

A motion to provide the Town of Milltown financial assistance in its effort to build a new $1.6 million wastewater treatment plant failed to receive a second at the Crawford County Council's regular meeting last Tuesday night, leaving possible assistance from Harrison County also in jeopardy....more >>

Coach resignation, curriculum focus at NH board meeting

The North Harrison Elementary School parking lot was overflowing Thursday evening with multiple softball games, archery practice and the meeting of the North Harrison Community School Corp. Board of Trustees....more >>

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County to assist PWC in applying for grant
April 10, 2019
The Crawford County Board of Commissioners at its March 21 meeting agreed to apply for a grant on behalf of Patoka Water Co. that would allow the non-profit utility to make necessary repairs. ...more >>
Schmidt proud of 60-year run
New Salisbury cabinet company closed doors on Feb. 22
April 10, 2019
After 60 years of building high-quality cabinets and furniture, Schmidt Cabinet Co. in New Salisbury has officially closed its doors. ...more >>
Floyd Co., in honor of bicentennial, opens Homestead Awards application period
April 10, 2019
In celebration of Floyd Countys bicentennial, the Floyd County Board of Commissioners has announced the opening of the application period for the Floyd County Homestead Award. This award will honor families who have owned property in Floyd County. ...more >>
Personnel items highlight school board session
April 10, 2019
In a short meeting last month, the Crawford County Community School Corp. Board of Trustees took care of several personnel issues. ...more >>
G'town to move on portion of Main Street project
April 03, 2019
The Georgetown Town Council had a busy week with not only a regular meeting on March 18, but a special one three days later, with both centered around its Main Street improvement project. ...more >>
Local Christian artist scores biggest movie yet
Jones also up for four Gospel Choice Music awards
April 03, 2019
Danny Jones has been a fixture in Christian music locally, regionally and nationally for decades. In addition to performing with his family, he has composed music for numerous films ...more >>
New CASA chief hoping to increase number of volunteers
April 03, 2019
The new director of the Crawford County Court Appointed Special Advocates program understands quality volunteers are the core to its success. Megan Timberlake, therefore, is hoping to grow the number of volunteers, as some have more than the recommended number of cases and other cases are still waiting to be assigned. ...more >>
Palmyra plans new firehouse
April 03, 2019
Palmyra Volunteer Fire Department officials opened their firehouse located along U.S. 150 just west of the heart of the town to Harrison County Council members for a tour early last month. ...more >>
Fund-raising push begins for veterans housing facility
April 03, 2019
The Southern Indiana group with a goal of creating a living and rehabilitation center for homeless and in-need veterans continues to move forward after meeting Feb. 27. ...more >>
Purdue no longer recognizes Crawford 4-H Council
March 27, 2019
Following months of friction, Purdue University has disassociated the Extension Service and 4-H organization it oversees from the Crawford County 4-H Club Council. However, it appears it may not be without a fight. ...more >>
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