Congressman Todd Young says it’s time to change brokenness in Washington PDF Print E-mail

The calender pages are turning and 9th District Congressman Todd Young has almost served a full year in Washington.
He recently participated in a phone interview with Green Banner Publications to discuss his first 365 days. He also talked about why it’s important for voters to send him back in November of 2012 to continue his work in trying to change Washington.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 December 2011 11:09
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High School Basketball Tuesday roundup PDF Print E-mail

Three Washington County boys' varsity basketball teams were in action Tuesday night.
The only win of the night game in Campbellsburg where the Senators regrouped from a 48-28 season-opening loss to the Lions, with a 59-44 victory over visiting Austin.

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Dogs lose scent on suspect in Pekin home invasion/robbery PDF Print E-mail

The Washington County Sheriff's Department is still investigating a home invasion robbery that took place in the early morning hours of Thursday morning.

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Light up Camp Cedarbrook Saturday PDF Print E-mail

The Annual “Light Up Cedarbrook” event will take place this Saturday, December 3rd. Cedarbrook opens at 5 PM with activities for the children including holiday crafts. Horse and carriage rides around the camp will begin at 6 PM. Santa Claus will arrive around 8 PM and help Cedarbrook illuminate into a winter wonderland. Following Santa’s arrival, children are invited to share their Christmas wishes with Santa and have their picture made.

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NH opens with win over SC PDF Print E-mail

The season opener was moved from South Central High School to North Harrison High School after water was found on the basketball floor from a water leak in the Rebels’ gym.

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