New airport to soon have a paved runway PDF Print E-mail
By Monika Spaulding
Special Correspondent
A ceremony was held Thursday afternoon to kick off the next phase of the new airport project. Several county and city leaders, as well as members of the Board of Aviation, were there for the beginning of the paving portion.
Board president Ronnie Floyd said board members, along with city and county officials, have spent a lot of time and effort to get the project this far.
Two others arrested as a result of investigation PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 14 April 2015 00:00

On April 9, 2015, Trooper Brett Walters and Detective Scott Stewart of the Indiana State Police were investigating James A. Walton, 41, a convicted sex offender, for failing to properly register his current place of residence as required by law. Walton, along with Jonathan Neil Hayes, 31, and Eva M. Campbell, 25, were residing at 3732 South Pixley Knob Road in eastern Washington County. Campbell’s five year old child was also staying at the residence.

Pekin Historical Society disbanding PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 14 April 2015 00:00

The Pekin Historical Society has decided to disband, sighting both a lack of interest and volunteers. 

Spring Wild Flowers are Blooming at Beck’s Mill PDF Print E-mail
Beck’s Mill in Salem has over 3 miles of hiking trails that are perfect for viewing spring wild flowers.  In just a short hike many  varieties of wild flowers can be seen such as pink and purple larkspur, wild geraniums, columbine, trillium, violets and many more.
Open house conversation was a life-changing moment for EHS senior PDF Print E-mail
Eastern senior Sean Coats was held back in second grade. The sting of seeing his classmates move on and him being placed with an entirely new group of students set him on a bad course. He said he was shy and never really made many new friends in the new grade.
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