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G'town special meeting weighs plant expansion funding options

After listening to four financial presentations at a special meeting last Wednesday, the Georgetown Town Council walked away with five different options for funding its wastewater treatment plant expansion project....more >>

How to make sure your charity dollars help those in need

The world has seen its fair share of tragedy this year. In the United States alone, there have been three hurricanes and one mass shooting in the last three months. After tragedy strikes, well-intentioned people will want to give donations; however, sometimes those donations get put into the hands of scammers. ...more >>

Local girl ready to shine at Miss Indiana Teen USA

Chantel Lahue is no stranger to the pageant stage, but later this month she will be on her biggest stage yet....more >>

Floyd girls, CAI boys win X-C sectional

CAI's Stidam, Cavanaugh take individual honors

The Floyd Central Lady Highlanders and Christian Academy of Indiana Warriors dominated the Crawford County cross country sectional Saturday morning with Floyd Central putting five runners in the top 10 and Christian Academy going 1-2-3 in the boys' race. Christian Academy also owned the day on an individual basis with Skylar Stidam and McKenna Cavanaugh winning in both the boys' and girls' races....more >>

Cougars crush Crawford, 42-0

The North Harrison Cougars scored in every quarter and held the visiting rival Crawford County Wolfpack scoreless for a 42-0 win. The win kept the Cougars' regular season record unblemished at 8-0 with Clarksville left this Friday in a Mid-Southern Conference matchup. Meanwhile, Crawford County has another chance to look for improvements and put another win under their belts when they play Wood Memorial at home....more >>

Floyd rolls 48-21 over Jennings County

The Floyd Central Highlanders took another step toward securing second place in the Hoosier HIlls Conference Friday night when they crushed host Jennings County, 48-21. The Highlanders went for the jugular early and never let go for their 27-point win....more >>

'Tired' Lady Pack fall to Henryville

It may have only been Wednesday, but it had already been a busy week for the Crawford County volleyball team, who went through four close games against Eastern (Pekin) before losing by a 3-1 decision on Monday. The next day, the Lady Pack went five against host Mitchell in a Patoka Lake Athletic Conference loss. By last Wednesday, against potential sectional opponent Henryville, the Lady Pack were showing wear, suffering a 3-0 loss in a final regular season tuneup....more >>

Lady Highlanders roll over Trinity Lutheran

With volleyball sectionals all over the state beginning this week, teams have been making their final tuneups for the state tournament. Thursday night the Floyd Central Lady Highlanders showed they were ready to get their game on with a mauling of the visiting Trinity Lutheran Lady Cougars in a three-game sweep. It was the kind of play coach Bart Powell wanted to see before the postseason begins....more >>

Perception manipulation

Inspiration Corner

I have always been curious about how people perceive things that go on around them and why they make the conclusions they do. It's easy to understand that conditioning; i.e. repeating something over and over again until it is perceived to be true, is a primary culprit. If you have been told you can't do this or that over and over again by someone in authority, like a parent or teacher, you might assume that to be true....more >>

Indiana proves tax reform works

America's tax system, to put it bluntly, is out of control. It takes taxpaying Americans more than six billion hours each year to comply with the dizzying rules and regulations that accompany filing the typical Form 1040. That's probably no real surprise considering there are 241 pages of complex instructions attached to the 79-line form most Americans file every April. But, while complexity might be the preference of Washington, simplicity and fairness is what Hoosiers prefer. And it's what Hoosiers get....more >>
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