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Borden softball team sweeps doubleheader against EHS

Borden softball team sweeps doubleheader against EHS

For many years the Eastern High School softball team was a power program in the area, while their rivals down Highway 60 in Borden, didn’t have a varsity team.

Borden senior flying high this season

Borden senior flying high this season

Austin McKinley literally set the bar high in the opening meet for his 2015 track season.

Mayoral candidate, Hank Jacoby, suffers probable cardiac death

Mayoral candidate, Hank Jacoby, suffers probable cardiac death

Salem Democrat Mayoral Candidate Hank Jacoby was found dead in his home last Thursday morning.

David & Son Tree Service  volunteers to clean up local cemetery

David & Son Tree Service volunteers to clean up local cemetery

Earlier this year Clark County Cemetery Commission President David Abbott was contacted by a concerned citizen, Jennifer Kennedy, regarding an abandoned cemetery located on Lena Bower Road in New...

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Scottsburg senior citizen arrested for allegedly attacking daughter and son

A 72-year-old Scottsburg man remains incarcerated at the Scott County Security Center after allegedly striking his daughter and then swinging a hammer at his son.

Lady Pirate softball takes win over Creek, 7-4

The Charlestown Lady Pirates moved to 3-1 and 1-0 in the Mid Southern Conference Monday evening (April 13) after defeating visiting rival Silver Creek 7-4 in 6 1/2 innings.

Busy week of games offers both highs and lows for SHS softball team

The Salem High School girls’ softball team had a busy week of Mid Southern Conference games. 

County receives A-

By Monika Spaulding Special Correspondent The Washington County Council was pleased to hear that the county has been improved from an A- with a negative outlook to an A- with a stable outlook. The...

Women’s Giving Circle celebrates five years

By Monika Spaulding The Women’s Giving Circle surpassed the $50,000 mark yesterday during its fifth annual Giving From the Heart Tea.

Community Foundation 2015 Lilly Scholars

Floyd County’s Josh Rogers named ACC Player of the Week

Several local players selected to play in All-Star basketball games

Deere Farms to host 5KRunDead zombie walk

Two others arrested as a result of investigation

Pekin Historical Society disbanding

Explosion of drug dealing criminal cases filed in local courts since April 5

Spring Wild Flowers are Blooming at Beck’s Mill

Needle exchange acceptance by users slowed due to fear of arrest, recent illegal distribution

Former Pirate basketball coach dies at 75

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