Polar Bears “freezin’ for a reason” in Borden Feb. 18 PDF Print E-mail

A group of brave souls sporting summer swim attire will gather together in Borden later this month to take a refreshing, bone-chilling dip in Deam Lake. Yet contrary to what the evidence may suggest, these people aren’t crazy - they’re just participants in this year’s Polar Bear Plunge.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 February 2012 14:16
Floyd Central’s Studio One Series continues with “URINETOWN PDF Print E-mail

The Floyd Central Theatre Department will continue their spring trio of Studio One productions with the presentation of the campy musical hit, Urinetown, on February 9, 10, 11 and 12.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 February 2012 09:06
Traffic stop nets 50 pounds of marijuana PDF Print E-mail


On Feb. 1 at approximately 4:47 PM, trooper Nate Abbott observed a gray 2005 Ford Taurus, following a semi too closely in the slow lane of Interstate 65 South Bound near the 16 Mile Marker. He initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle and as he was talking to the occupants he could smell an overwhelming odor of raw marijuana coming from the vehicle.

Winningham Kicks Off Run for Congress in Indiana’s Ninth District PDF Print E-mail

On Saturday, January 28, Robert Winningham, an economic development director and former aide to longtime U.S. Representative Lee Hamilton of Indiana, will kick off his run for the Ninth District congressional seat with a reception at his campaign headquarters, 418 E. Main Street, New Albany.  The reception will be from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.

George seeks 9th district seat PDF Print E-mail

Jonathan George, a Lawrence County native and recently retired Air Force Brigadier General, has launched his candidacy for Congress in Indiana’s 9th district.

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