Borden meeting rescheduled PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 31 January 2018 10:37

The Borden community will meet February 7 to discuss options of what to do should the state approve Silver Creek’s request to pull out of the West Clark’s district.

FC theatre presents Hunchback of Notre Dame PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 31 January 2018 00:00

Floyd Central Theatre Arts implores you to hurry, hurry to see this spectacular show! With its rich music and incredible depth of characters, the theatre program will be combining its talent with the Floyd Central Choir to bring you the biggest stage show in the history of the storied program. Although The Hunchback of Notre Dame is based on and uses some of the songs from the Disney animated feature, there show does contain mature content and parental discretion is advised.

Scary scene at A Nice Resturant PDF Print E-mail

Early Thursday morning, Just before 7 AM, Lafayette Township Fire Protection District was dispatched to a vehicle that crashed through the front of the building at 404 Lafollette Station North,  “A Nice Restaurant.”

Meeting to answer questions about future of Borden schools produces more questions PDF Print E-mail

A meeting to answer questions about the future of West Clark and Borden schools last Wednesday (Feb. 7) only produced more questions for the 50 or so people in attendance.

Lemon and Peters continue anti-litter crusade in Greenville PDF Print E-mail

Operation Clean Up Greenville was authored by Greenville Town Councilman Andy Lemon and Town Attorney Heather Peters in August of 2017.  The pair partnered to address unmaintained property in Town which primarily consisted of trash, weeds, and abandoned vehicles.  Operation Clean Up Greenville initially cited 7 properties; however, that was quickly expanded upon adding several additional properties to the list as the year carried on.

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