Grant could help build new Pierce-Polk Fire House PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 12 February 2013 00:00

The fairgrounds’ loss, could be a gain for the Pierce-Polk Volunteer Fire Department.
The commissioners decided at their regular meeting Feb. 5 there isn’t enough time or funds to try and secure a $400,000 Community Focus Fund Grant to help build a new building at the Washington County Fairgrounds. 

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Free GED classes in the area PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 12 February 2013 00:00

Indiana Adult Education is currently offering free classes across southern Indiana for anyone interested in earning their GED. Students will learn all of the math, reading and writing skills necessary to prepare them for taking their GED certification exam. IAE can also assist those wishing to take Accuplacer test remediation for entrance into Ivy Tech Community College, and they offer ESL classes as well.

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Borden splits a pair of games PDF Print E-mail

Due to the Ladies sections Borden played an odd schedule this past week. They opened with Medora Thursday night winning 69 to 31. Then they played Springs Valley Saturday at noon and didn’t fare well losing 34 to 31.

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Braves discharge Generals in overtime PDF Print E-mail

Clarksville came to Borden Friday night and as expected they were a challenge. Despite Clarksville’s 13 3-point baskets, Borden took Clarksville into overtime to take the win 56 to 55.

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Taste of Harrison County seeks vendors PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 06 February 2013 00:00

The Harrison County Hospital Foundation is now taking applications for vendors to participate in Taste of Harrison County.  Taste of Harrison County highlights the wonderful food and drink of our many establishments in Harrison County.

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