Six people hurt in county vehicular mishaps during two-week period PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Tuesday, 15 February 2011 00:00

A half-dozen people involved in the seven accidents investigated by the Scott County Sheriff’s Department in February were listed as having suffered some injury.
On February 7, driver Jennifer Stace, no age or address available, was hurt on U.S. Highway 31. The accident occurred just before 8:30 p.m. when her vehicle hit an icy patch on Marshfield bridge. It crossed over into the southbound lane and struck one of the bridge’s guardrails.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 February 2011 13:02
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Habitual, Repeat Sexual Offender statuses are added to man’s charges PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Tuesday, 08 February 2011 00:00

Habitual Offender and Repeat Sexual Offender statuses have been added to current charges filed January 31 against a Scottsburg man.
Derrick Duncan, 28, entered a not guilty plea on February 1 in Scott Circuit Court to charges of attempted sexual misconduct with a minor, child solicitation and false informing. The first charge is a Class B felony; the second a Class D felony; and the last, a Class B misdemeanor.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 February 2011 13:38
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Scottsburg man allegedly bilks trusting relative out of $60,000 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 01 February 2011 00:00

Bail for a Scottsburg man charged with 21 felony counts of forgery and theft has been set at $50,000 corporate surety/full cash, about $10,000 less than the amount he is accused of having stolen from a relative.
Dale S. Westmoreland, 36, entered a not guilty plea to the charges in Scott Circuit Court on Thursday, January 27, that he signed his relative’s name to several checks drawn on the relative’s checking account.
Westmoreland lost his job about two years ago and moved in with the victim. He ran errands for the relative, including making purchases with the victim’s debit card.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 February 2011 11:46
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Scott County School District 2 sees changes in officials, Slaton is Assistant Superintendent PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 01 February 2011 00:00

by HUNTER STEINKAMP
Correspondent
Several position changes have taken place among officials at Scottsburg High School (SHS) and Scott County School District 2 (SCSD2). Dr. Marc Slaton, former High Schools That Work (HSTW) principal, SHS principal Derek Marshall and Mrs. Arleen Schulze, former SCSD2 curriculum director, have all been affected by the changes.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 February 2011 11:48
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SHS Football will be decided by voters with referendum in November 2012 PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 31 January 2011 00:00

by GAVIN GUTHRIE

Correspondent

After much debate over whether or not to bring football to Scottsburg High School, a decision has finally bee made to resolve the issue. Thanks to a recommendation by Superintendent Philip Deardorff and a committee of parent volunteers, the School Board has chosen to make the issue a referendum.

As a referendum, the voters will decide if the School Corporation will have a football team or not. This vote will happen in the next county-wide election, which will be in November of 2012. If the referendum is passed, then SHS and the Scottsburg Middle School will be able to have a football team.

Dr. Deardorff said putting the decision to a vote seemed like the only way to move forward.

"Part of the problem was that we [the School Corporation] couldn’t afford it. The only way we could finance this was to put it to the voters," said Dr. Deardorff.

If the voters decide they want to spend their tax dollars on the football team, then Dr. Deardorff said that football could start the next season after the referendum is passed.

However, one thing Dr. Deardorff is quick to stress is that this referendum will not just benefit those wanting football.

"We wanna do this the right way. This will be for all the students," said Dr. Deardorff..

The referendum will also benefit other sports, with all the needs of the students taken into account.

Even though putting forward the referendum may advance the discussion, not all are convinced that the vote will lead anywhere.

Adam Philips, freshman, doesn’t have high hopes. "I don’t think it will get passed. I don’t think they will add a sport when they’re laying off teachers."

Regardless, when winter of 2012 rolls around, it will finally be seen whether or not football is destined for Scottsburg.

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Last Updated on Monday, 31 January 2011 14:09
 
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