Lanesville Board agrees to extend current $1.3 million temp loan PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 December 2009 00:00
    The Lanesville Board of School Trustees agreed Tuesday (December 15) to extend the current temporary loan if it is needed. The amount might not be needed, depending on the amount of tax dollars received from the state.
    The board voted to give permission for an additional temporary loan for 2010 if needed, in another item for action.
    In a related financial matter, the board granted permission to the administration to transfer money for cash flow purposes from one fund to any other fund needing money. This is to prevent negative balances at the end of the calendar year, based on state law.
    The board also granted permission for the Corpotration Treasurer to pay all claims at the end of December 2009.
    In other business, the board:
- Had the first reading of a policy for acquiring criminal history checks for potential employees.
- Accepted a donation of a used saxophone to the music department from Rebekah Carroll.
- Accepted a used trumpet for the music department from Aaron McKim.
- Accepted donations of $50 each to the elementary library and the junior-senior library from the Franklin Twp. Athletic Club.
- Postponed approval for 30 days of the high school volleyball coach for the fall 2010 season.
- Approved Evan Bridges as the high school co-ed cross country coach for the fall 2010 season.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 December 2009 09:50
 
Borden Picks Up Two Wins PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 17 December 2009 00:00
    Borden traveled to South Central (SC) Friday, December 11th. Borden came away with the victory but it took overtime to get it done.
    Borden took a half-time lead of 21-17. Borden let that margin slip away to a tie at 41 all in regulation.
    In the overtime Borden hit seven of eight free throws to outscore SC by five points. The final was Borden 52-47.
    Dalton Wagoner led the scoring for Borden with 13, Brandon Beam with 12 and Travis Scott stepped up with 11. Pease lead the scoring for SC with 17.
    Borden returned home to play Crothersville Saturday, December 12th for Homecoming.
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 December 2009 13:56
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Heartland Church to Host Financial Peace University PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 17 December 2009 00:00
    Heartland Church of the Nazarene will be hosting Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University. FPU is the most important step to changing your financial future. It is your Total Money Makeover Program. It takes the knowledge from God and turns it into real action in our lives through a step-by-step process taught by best-selling author and financial counselor Dave Ramsey.
    FPU is a 13-week life changing program that empowers and teaches you how to make the right money decisions to achieve your financial goals and God’s plan for your life. The course includes practical lessons on eliminating debt, building wealth, giving like never before, and much, much more! It’s for everyone from the financially secure to the financially distressed. Over 650,000 families and individuals have attended Financial Peace University. On average, FPU graduates have paid off over $5,300 in debt and saved $2,700 during the 91-day program.
    Classes start on Wednesday, January 6, 2010, at 7 p.m. Heartland Church is located at 6901 Old Vincennes Road in Floyds Knobs, just past Floyd Central High School. For more information, or to register for the class, please call the church office at 923-1569.
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 December 2009 13:58
 
Camm to face trial for a third time PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 09 December 2009 00:00
    David Camm will go to trial for the third time for the alleged September 28, 2000 murders of daughter Jill (5), son Brad (7), and wife Kimberly Camm.
    Floyd County Prosecutor Keith Henderson made the announcement last week.
    The need for a third trial is due to the fact that the first two convictions were thrown out.
    The most recent trial was in 2006 and had to be moved to Warrick County because of the amount of attention the case has received locally.
    A Warrick County jury found Camm guilty in the 2006 trial, but that ruling was thrown out by the Indiana Supreme Court in July of this year because the prosecution introduced evidence that Camm allegedly molested his daughter.
    The supreme court ruled that there was no evidence connecting Camm to the alleged molestation.
    Henderson said that he had spent many months considering all of the factors and evidence involved, and with the support of the Kim's (Renn) Family, he has decided that the State must re-try Camm for what he called the sake of justice.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 December 2009 09:50
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Tyler Byrne of North Harrison competes in National event PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 09 December 2009 00:00
    This past weekend, Tyler Byrne got to participate in one of the ultimate races in cross country on a National scale at the 6th Annual Nike Nationals held in Portland, Oregon. These elite participants from across the Nation consisted of 199 individual runners and 22 teams coming to Oregon by racing earlier in November from the 8 Qualifying Nike Regionals.  On Saturday December 5th, Tyler represented North Harrison and Southern Indiana in great fashion by finishing in 19th place overall in this highly competitive field with a time of 15:37. Tyler ran a 5:01 mile pace even with the challenging obstacles of Nike’s whoop-dee-doos and hay bales on a cold and foggy morning on the Portland Meadows 5K Course.
    But Tyler’s season is not over yet. Tyler is off again this coming weekend, to compete at the 31st Annual Foot Locker National Championships held in San Diego, California. Tyler is the only Indiana runner who qualified for both post season National Races.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 December 2009 09:50
 
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