Cougars win football homecoming 42-26 over Dragons PDF Print E-mail

North Harrison made the home crowd happy Friday night, in winning a 42-26 tussle with the Silver Creek Dragons at Ramsey. The Cougars were celebrating their 2011 Football Homecoming.
It didn’t look as though it would be the cougars that would be doing the celebrating Friday night, though. The Dragons got off to a 2-0 start when they sacked the North Harrison quarterback in the end zone for a safety, and they added a pair of touchdowns in the first half. They scored off of a run by Zach Reynolds, and a 28 yard pass from Brooks Howell to Grant Meyer for the second touchdown. Neither extra point attempts were successful.

Free seminar on open door law Oct. 13 PDF Print E-mail

Indiana Public Access Counselor Joseph B. Hoage will be in Campbellsburg on Thursday, Oct. 13, to present a seminar on Indiana’s Open Door Law. “Best Practices” meeting guidelines will also be discussed.
All interested citizens, civic organizations and public officials are encouraged to attend.

Champions crowned Sunday PDF Print E-mail

Season championships will be on the line when racing returns to Salem Speedway on Sunday afternoon, October 2nd.  The Scott County Visitors Commission Season Championship event marks the final points race of the year for all four Salem Speedway divisions – Lucas Oil Super Stocks, Dave & Deb’s Winner’s Circle Great American Stocks, Global Assembly Pure Stocks and Six Sigma Front Wheel Drive Stocks.

Salem hospital headed in right direction PDF Print E-mail

New carpet, curtains and furniture, as well as a fresh coat of paint, are just a few of the improvements being made at St. Vincent Salem Hospital.
Administrator Lee Jaeger, who has been at the hospital’s helm for a year, is excited about these cosmetic changes and is hoping the patients and visitors to the hospital are, too.

Defense, special teams lift EHS over NH PDF Print E-mail

A strong defensive effort, led by sophomore Brian Arnold’s two and a half sacks and two fumble recoveries, along with two special team touchdowns, propelled the Eastern Musketeers to 3-3 and a 27-12 win over visiting North Harrison.
The Musketeers trailed led 14-6 with time winding down late in the first half.
After scoring a touchdown to trim the Eastern advantage to two, the Cougars tried to get fancy with a squib kick that found its way into the hands of Jacob Portela.

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