Little Pirate Super Bowl PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 29 October 2008 00:00
?    The Charlestown Little Pirate Football League concluded their regular season with playoffs and a Super Bowl.  The action started on Saturday, October 18 at The Boneyard with the Junior and Senior teams competing in the playoff rounds.  
    The Senior teams were unable to hold off the teams from Madison in order to advance to the next round.  However, the Junior White Pirates did advance to play in the Super Bowl on Sunday, October 19.
    The Junior White Pirates were once again facing the Junior White Madison team.  Both teams knew each other well, as they had the same win-loss record at the end of the regular season. (Both teams had lost to each other earlier in the season). The game was hard fought, but the Pirates finished second.  They played hard and never gave up until the final buzzer sounded to end the game.  
    Both teams then took center field to be awarded their Super Bowl and Runner Up medals.
    All Star selection and practices will take place this week.  There is currently one game day scheduled against Paoli, at Paoli, on November 1.  The league is currently working very hard trying to get another game scheduled as well.  
    The end of the season Tackle Banquet has been scheduled and the dates are Senior Division, November 10 and Junior Division is November 12.  More information can be found on the website.
    Charlestown should be very proud off all their Little Pirate Football Players (Flag, Cheerleading, & Tackle).   
    If anyone has interest in becoming a part of the Charlestown Little Pirate Football League please contact Kimberly Wray or check out their website:
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2008 13:51
?Clark County Drug Court celebrates ninth graduation PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 29 October 2008 00:00
?    The Clark County Drug Treatment Court will host its ninth graduation Thursday, October 30 at 4:30 p.m.
    The keynote speaker will be Ken Johnson, Chaplain for the Indianapolis Colts.
    A blue-chip all American collegiate football player, Johnson grew up in an environment surrounded by drugs, alcohol and extreme poverty. After graduating with a B.S. in education, a knee injury prevented him from pursuing a pro-football career. He then worked as a police officer in the inner city of Tulsa, Oklahoma for six years.
    He moved to Indianapolis to work for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and accepted the position of Chaplain for the Indianapolis Colts organization.
    A national motivational speaker, his comments are based upon life experiences, work with the Colts’ organization and the responsibilities that each of them share in helping one another.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2008 13:54
?Clark County farmers asked to report Ike storm damage to FSA PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 29 October 2008 00:00
?    The Clark County Farm Service Agency (FSA) is asking farmers who suffered severe damage form the winds of Hurricane Ike please contact the office to report the damage.
    Damage to the crops in the county have been submitted on disaster reports.
    However, the FSA Office is attempting to determine the amounts of debris removal from crop fields that has been performed or will be necessary after the harvest. If possible, farmers should submit estimates of the time and costs to remove the debris. Also, severe damage to livestock fences should be reported and whether the fence will need repair or total replacement, and the possible costs of repairing/replacing the fences.
    Damage to barns and other farm buildings is not covered by any program offered by FSA or USDA.
    Anyone with questions may contact the Clark County FSA Office at 812-256-2330, ext. 2.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2008 13:56
?Metzger returns as Pirates fall 28-14 on Senior Night to Lawrenceburg PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 23 October 2008 00:00
?    Last Friday night the Pirate faithful seen a familiar number on the gridiron.
    After suffering a knee injury in the first half of week four at Eastern Charlestown’s #3, Cameron Metzger, returned to play in his last regular season game as a Pirate.
    Prior to the kick-off the Pirates honored the senior members of the  school’s football, volleyball, soccer, cross country, boys tennis and girls golf teams, the cheerleaders and Marching Pirates with Senior Night activities.
    Unfortunately, the Tigers of Lawrenceburg spoiled the night as they pulled out the 28-14 win to finish the season at 8-1 while Charlestown finished the regular season at 6-3. The Pirates are Co-Champs of the Mid Southern Conference as they finished at 5-1. Their only loss in conference play coming in week seven at Salem.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 October 2008 13:18
?Lt. Governor awards Southern Indiana Minority Enterprise Initiative, Inc. $150,000 for Entrepreneurial Support Project PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 23 October 2008 00:00
?    Lt. Governor Becky Skillman recently awarded a $150,00 Rural Capacity Grant to the Southern Indiana Minority Enterprise Initiative, Inc. The award will fund an entrepreneurial support project which will contribute to the growth of six Indiana counties. The Southern Indiana Minority Enterprise Initiative is a not-for-profit advocacy organization with a mission to increase the number of minority-owned businesses in southern Indiana.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 October 2008 13:28
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