2012 Founders Day road closures announced by CPD PDF Print E-mail

The Charlestown Police Department would like to inform local residents and visitors of scheduled road closures and parking restrictions during the annual Charlestown Founders Day Celebration. The Department requests your assistance and cooperation in making the event enjoyable, safe and secure for everyone who attends. As a reminder, alcoholic beverages, weapons of any kind, lude or disorderly conduct will not be permitted or tolerated in and around the events areas.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 June 2012 07:45
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CPD New K-9 team ready to help protect, serve hometown with pride PDF Print E-mail

For many young people growing up in a small town, hometown pride is easy to find.  Many grow up in the same town with the same classmates and friends for as long as they can remember. The feeling of taking pride in your hometown is natural, the opportunity to help protect and serve your hometown is one not to let pass you by.

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Popp crowned Miss Clark County PDF Print E-mail

Last Tuesday night the Robinson Performing Arts Center at Our Lady of Providence High School filled with proud relatives and friends of the 15 young women vying for the title of 2012 Miss Clark County. Charlie Jenkins of Clear Channel Radio served as the Master of Ceremony and welcomed everyone to the pageant.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 July 2012 08:53
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Cornhole tournament to be held Saturday at MackDaddys in conjunction with Motorcycles for Marysville Ride & Music Jam PDF Print E-mail

A cornhole tournament will be held in conjunction with Motorcycles for Marysville Ride & Music Jam this Saturday, June 16 at MackDaddys. The tournament will be a 64 team limit, double elimination tourney. The entry fee is $20 a team. Registration begins after ride is finished approximately 4 p.m. 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 June 2012 08:42
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Reservations being taken for adventure trip to Lincoln Amphitheatre PDF Print E-mail

A trip is planned for Friday, June 22 to Lincoln State Park in Lincoln City, Indiana to enjoy the world premiere of A. Lincoln: A Pioneer Tale, a two-act musical enhanced with an original score of 10 songs designed to entertain and educate audiences of all ages about Abraham Lincoln’s journey from an Indiana pioneer to President of the United States. It is 1816, and Thomas, Nancy, Sarah and a young Abraham Lincoln move to the Southern Indiana wilderness looking for new opportunities. Amidst the hope of a new life, Abe’s mother Nancy sings a powerful song about moving on to Indiana and never looking back.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 June 2012 08:43
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