Fairview Cemetery was established in the early 1840’s and was first called the Northern Burial Grounds. Today, Fairview Cemetery is 65 plus acres and contains over 30,000 grave sites. Many of New Albany’s first families are buried in Fairview Cemetery. Come join us for our annual tour through this historic cemetery to meet some of the members of those families.
Floyd Central’s “Superchicks” cross country team won their fifth-straight (and seventh in the past eight years) sectional Saturday at Crawford County. The Lady Highlanders placed their five scoring runners in the first eight spots and had all seven runners in the Top 10. Floyd’s Kyley Sorg was second in the race by .56 of a second to sectional champion McKenna Cavanaugh of Christian Academy, who won in 19:19.17.
NCAA® ANNOUNCES DETAILS OF WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP CELEBRATION IN INDIANAPOLIS THIS APRIL
Written by Administrator
Thursday, 25 February 2016 06:56
The 35th anniversary celebration of NCAA women’s basketball championships will include ancillary events for fans of all ages as well as numerous community enhancement projects as part of the 2016 NCAA Women’s Final Four and NCAA Division II and III Women’s Basketball Championship games to be played in Indianapolis the first week in April.