Historic Tunnel Mill coming alive in the early Nineteenth Century this weekend
Indiana Frontier Experience is an immersive living history event focused around the early Nineteenth Century in the frontier territory that would become Indiana. Prior to Statehood in 1816, Indiana Territory was a place where settlers could start a new life and was home to a wide array of wealthy entrepreneurs, farmers, frontiersmen, ruffians, and indigenous people. This weekend event shows a glimpse of that incredible and rich past!
Charlestown Community Building closed after 70 years
The Charlestown Community Building Council is sad to announce after 70 years the Charlestown Community Building has closed it’s doors for the final time. Several years ago, after a severe rain storm the building was flooded with storm drainage water overflow. Repairs were made and the building was reopened. Storm water from last week’s rain event once again flooded the building leaving behind an inch of mud covering the entire floor. Once volunteers removed the mud they discovered severe floor damage and damage to the foundation.
2014 Sellersburg Celebrates! parade rules now released
Written by Administrator
Wednesday, 09 April 2014 00:00
The Sellersburg Celebrates! Committee have released the rules for the 2014 Sellersburg Celebrates! Parade. The parade will be held on Saturday morning, August 23 at 10 a.m. The parade will leave Haas Cabinet Company and travel to Silver Creek Township Park. The 2014 theme for Sellersburg Celebrates! is Community Pride!
Several injured in Sellersburg Police high speed pursuit
Last Tuesday evening a high speed pursuit ended on County Road 403 in front of Jay C Food Store with several injuries including the alleged suspect. The pursuit began when Sellersburg Police received a 911 call at 7:10 p.m. The caller complained of a motorist driving erratically and making bad passes around Lakeside in Sellersburg.