Five music students from Floyd Central High School performed in Fort Wayne last Saturday with the Indiana All-State Honors High School Orchestra. Juniors John McCaffrey, Gunther Knotts, and Liam Flanigan; sophomore Peter Didelot, and senior David Kuo will be part of the orchestra, which is the final attraction at the Indiana Music Educators Association (IMEA) state professional development conference. The students had to submit extensive audition recordings in October, and were selected from a pool of applicants from across the state.
Floyd clerk recognized by Chief Justice in State of the Judiciary
Most days Floyd County Circuit Court Clerk Christy Eurton works humbly in the background. While other officials in the judicial system catch headlines while addressing criminal complaints or resolving longstanding civil troubles, Eurton and her small army of Court Clerk’s have one goal – handling a host of administrative duties to keep the court system working.
North Harrison has little trouble repeating as sectional champs
By Alan Stewart
After the celebratory team photos had been taken and after the nets at Corydon Central High School had been trimmed, North Harrison girls basketball coach Missy Voyles was reflecting on the significance of winning another sectional championship when she spotted a folded wad of three $1 bills laying on the basketball court. She tried – unsuccessfully – to find the money’s rightful owner and wound up – begrudgingly – pocketing the found loot.
The last time Floyd Central New Albany on the hardwood – Dec. 12, 2003 – the first iPhone was still four years away from being released, Arnold Schwarzenegger was governor of California and a clown fish named Marlin was swimming around the ocean trying to find Nemo. All totaled, Floyd Central entered Friday night’s sellout game at New Albany having lost 18 consecutive matchups against its rival.
Floyd Commissioners pass ordinaces regarding $70 million from hospital sell
Written by Administrator
Wednesday, 14 December 2016 08:39
By Josh Suiter Special Correspondent
They Floyd County Commissioners passed an ordinance at their December 6 meeting about 24-hour after they met jointly with the County Council regarding the transfer of $70 million from the sale of Floyd Memorial Hospital to the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana. The ordinance would require a unanimous vote by the commissioners and the Floyd County Council to repeal it in the future.