Borden is 2-0 after beating Eastern and Shoals PDF Print E-mail

If your from Borden or Eastern (Pekin) you know this is an old rivalry that makes for great basketball. This game was all that and much more; two overtimes more. In the end someone had to loss and both teams gave everything they had. Borden finally willed out over Eastern 79 to 76.

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Third-quarter spurt lifts Lady Musketeers over Salem PDF Print E-mail

 

The Salem High School girls' basketball team gave the Eastern Lady Musketeers all they could handle for 16 minutes in their November 26 showdown in Pekin.

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Davis presents ten commandments of a good judge to Franklin Farm Bureau PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 20 November 2012 00:00

At the November 13th quarterly meeting of the Franklin Township Farm Bureau, Harrison County Superior Judge Roger D. Davis explained “ The Ten Commandments of  a Good  Judge”.  After a pot-luck dinner, served at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of the Lanesville Jr/Sr High School, Davis said in his opening remarks “there could (in reality) be Twenty Commandments of a good Judge”.

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Lady Highlanders beat Scottsburg PDF Print E-mail

It took overtime to do it, but the Floyd Central girls’ basketball team opened the season last Thursday with a win over visiting Scottsburg, 75-73.

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Makenzie’s Coat Closet seeks to warm up Kentuckiana PDF Print E-mail

The days are growing shorter and the temperatures are getting colder, which means its time to pack away the shorts and break out those long sleeves. But jackets and coats, while a commodity most of us take for granted, are often hard to come by for the homeless and impoverished in our communities. One young, compassionate Hoosier has decided to help meet this need for less fortunate Kentuckiana residents in recent years and, amazingly, she’s accomplishing her goal – one free coat at a time.

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