?Purple panel trap detects emerald ash borer found in Floyd County PDF Print E-mail

 

?    Emerald ash borer has been confirmed near the Floyd County community of Georgetown, Ind., just 14 miles northwest of Louisville. Floyd County joins Kosciusko County as a recent addition to the list of infested counties in Indiana.  The Kosciusko County find was announced July 21. The Floyd County find occurred near the town of Georgetown and is in Georgetown Township   The DNR will conduct additional surveys around the sites to determine the extent of the infestations.
    Floyd is the 19th Indiana county with a confirmed EAB infestation.  It is the first county in the southern half of the state and the first Indiana county south of Indianapolis to have EAB.  Other infested and quarantined counties include Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Elkhart, Hamilton, Huntington, LaGrange, Marion, Noble, Porter, Randolph, St. Joseph, Steuben, Wabash, Wells, White and Whitley.
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?Clark County Corrections Officers share Corrections Officer of Year honors PDF Print E-mail

     ?Training is something that every person who is wanting to be the best, rather it be an Olympic athlete or a Little Leaguer or even a doctor or police officer, concentrates on at any given opportunity. Training makes one the best they can be.
    Training is what two Clark County Corrections Officers contribute to a situation that presented itself in the Probation Office.
    The way the two officers, Mike Fleming and Eric Balingit, responded earned them the prestigious Corrections Officer of the Year honor in the State of Indiana.    
   The co-recipients traveled to Indianapolis to the Marriott Hotel Ballroom for the Sheriff’s Association Dinner and Awards Ceremony. The state-wide award is given by the Sheriff’s Association.

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?Horseshoe Foundation accepting fall grant applications PDF Print E-mail
?    The Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County will five $350,000 in grants to benefit the Floyd County community in the fall grant cycle. Grant applications are now being accepted. To be eligible to receive a grant, completed grant applications must be postmarked by September 30th, 2008 and all previous final grant reports must be completed. Charitable organizations, educational institutions, and governmental agencies which benefit Floyd County citizens and fit the grant guidelines are welcome to apply.
    Grant program guidelines, policies and grant application forms are available on the Foundation’s new website, www.horseshoefoundation.org.
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?Carnegie Center Family Fun Workshop PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 06 August 2008 00:00
??    If you haven’t taken advantage of these wonderful offerings at the Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany, then you’ve been missing out! The Carnegie Center Family Fun Workshops have been a great success and these drop-in classes are the perfect way for families to spend Saturday morning together. All ages have a chance to look around the galleries and are led by CCAH staff as they create art related to the exhibits or an upcoming holiday.
    Tin Punch (which is, just as its name implies, a design of holes punched into a tin sheet) is often seen in an early American type of furniture known as a pie safe. The tin punch panels on the doors of the pie safe let air circulate and keep insects away from the pies and bread inside. Tin punch is also used in lanterns even today: the metal prevents the candle from going out, and the holes allow air to escape and light to shine through.
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?World on the Square Family Festival PDF Print E-mail
?    The 9th Annual “World on the Square” Family Festival in Corydon Highlights Cultural Diversity in Southern Indiana.
    Enjoy international exhibits, see cultural performers, and sample ethnic foods at the ninth annual “World on the Square” Festival on Saturday, August 9 from 4-8p.m. on the historic town square in Corydon, Indiana.
    This free annual family-oriented festival highlights the diverse heritage of the Kentuckiana region, which historically includes not only settlers from many European countries, but also the Native American and African American presence. The festival also feature the arrival of Spanish-speaking immigrants from Mexico and the rest of Central and South America, and newcomers from the Middle East and Far East.
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