Traffic Stop Leads To Mobile Meth Lab in New Albany PDF Print E-mail

Early Thursday (July 12, 2012) shortly after 12:30 AM, Trooper Mike Davis from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg stopped a red 1995 Jeep for a traffic violation near the intersection of State Road 111 and Scott Street in New Albany. During the traffic stop the driver, Matthew Watson, 40, from Kewanna Drive in Jeffersonville was found to be operating the vehicle while intoxicated.

Horseshoe Foundation Floyd County to Award $300,000 to charitable organizations PDF Print E-mail

The Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County awarded $300,000 in grants to community organizations on Wednesday, June 27th, 2011.  The celebration will be held at the Cardinal Ritter Birthplace, on East Oak Street, in New Albany.
“The Grants Committee and Board are continually impressed with the great work being done in our community by charitable organizations- as well as the great need,” Horseshoe Foundation’s Executive Director Jerry Finn said.  Forty-two applicants sent requests to the foundation this spring totaling $680,000.  Thirty organizations received grants totaling $300,000.  Those organizations included:

Local trombone player takes part in record breaking ensemble PDF Print E-mail

A Guinness world record was set on June 1, 2012 by the largest all-trombone ensemble ever gathered together to play in one place. The participants came from across the country to perform at the Washington Nationals baseball field in Washington D.C. and ranged in ages from 8 to 77. They played a newly composed arrangement of (what else?) The Music Man classic “76 Trombones”, retitled “7600 Trombones” for the special occasion.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 July 2012 08:38
Disagreeing in the 9th district PDF Print E-mail

Republican Congressman Todd Young and his Democratic opponent Shelli Yoder disagree on last Thursday’s ruling about the Supreme Court’s Ruling on the Affordable Health Care act or as it is more commonly known, “Obamacare.”

Educators put new performance pay formula under microscope PDF Print E-mail

The Indiana General Assembly passed a new educational measure in 2011 that will directly and dynamically affect how teachers earn their keep in the classroom. The new law, sometimes called the “performance pay” funding formula, incorporates student’s standardized test scores into the equation for the first time ever.

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