North Harrison beats Floyd, 70-68 PDF Print E-mail
By Simon Baumgartle
Special Correspondent
The 2-8 Floyd Central Highlanders visited the 4-6 North Harrison Cougars in a game where both teams had something to prove. 
Little Clinic opens at JayC in Highlander Point PDF Print E-mail
The Little Clinic was founded in 2003 in Louisville with a mission to provide convenient, affordable, high quality healthcare services in a retail setting.
Today the company operates in seven states, including its first location inside the Floyds Knobs JayC. The Little Clinic, which is open seven days a week including week nights, is staffed with board certified nurse practitioners and physician assistants, specialists in family practice.
Clinics are open seven days a week, including evenings, and appointments are not necessary. The clinics provide care for the entire family ages 24 months and up, including treatment of common family illnesses like sore throats, bronchitis, ear and sinus infections, physicals, vaccinations, health screenings and much more.
STATE NEWS: Two Victims Identified in Martins Super Market Shooting PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Thursday, 16 January 2014 00:00

The two females that were killed last night in the shooting at Martins Super Market in Elkhart have been identified by state police and their next of kin have been notified.

EHS wins over-time thriller against Charlestown PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 15 January 2014 00:00

Eastern senior Katie Ernstberger hit two free throws Tuesday night with one-tenth of a second remaining to send the Mid Southern Conference showdown against Charlestown into overtime.

With the score tied at 58-all and just under 10 seconds remaining in over-time Ernstberger again drove the lane, this time there was no foul. Her shot was long, but came off the rim into the waiting hands of fellow senior Rachel Hamilton.

Hamilton grabbed the ball and laid it up as time expried, sealing the 60-58 victory.

With the win, the Lady Musketeers improved to 9-5 on the season and Charlestown fell to 8-5.

The Lady Pirates will be back in action Friday at home against Providence.

Eastern's next game will be Tuesday, Jan. 21, at Austin.

A complete recap of the game will appear in the print editions.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 January 2014 08:07
Clark County man arrested for impersonating officer PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 14 January 2014 13:25

Last week, an off duty detective sergeant with the Indiana State Post at Sellersburg was driving his police issued unmarked Dodge Charger on County Road #311 in the New Albany area, when a gold colored 2003 Ford Crown Victoria attempted to conduct a traffic stop on him. The sergeant did not recognize the Crown Victoria as being a police vehicle but the driver flashed a gold colored badge at him and motioned him into a parking lot. The driver of the Crown Victoria, later identified as John A. Brock, 42, of Smith Road in Borden, IN, pulled up beside the detective and said he was a police officer, yelled curse words and threats, and then drove off, parked his car, and went inside of a retail store. The detective contacted other officers who arrived at the scene and when the driver of the gold Crown Victoria exited the retail store and got back into his car, he was stopped by a trooper. He was then arrested for Operating While Intoxicated, Driving While Suspended and Impersonating a Police Officer. 

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