Lady Senators end 10-year PLAC drought PDF Print E-mail

The West Washington girls’ basketball team won seven games last season. That was after the team averaged just two wins a season over the previous eight seasons. This year they are on pace to pass last year’s win total.
Another sign that the Lady Senator basketball program is headed in the right direction is that for the first time in 10 years, they claimed a victory in a PLAC game.

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Dirty money being used to clean up local drug problem PDF Print E-mail

Check presentations are usually ho-hum events, but the one Thursday at the Washington County Sheriff’s Department was a win-win-win, according to United States Attorney Joseph H. Hogsett.

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Lady Musketeers still in the hunt for MSC title, but will likely have to share PDF Print E-mail

The Eastern Lady Musketeers knew from the beginning of the season that whether or not they were able to claim the schools first-ever Mid Southern Conference title, would depend largely on how they played last week.
The Thursday-Saturday doubleheader against Scottsburg and Silver Creek couldn’t win them the title, but it could cost them.
They handled business Thursday against Scottsburg, but found life in the Lady Dragon’s den tough sledding.
Silver Creek’s Emily Clayton scored 32 points and the Lady Musketeers trailed most of the game.
With the loss, Eastern falls to 17-1 and will have to wait until Feb. 2 to see if they can do something no other team has ever done.
They host North Harrison that night to claim a piece of the MSC title.
Against the Lady Dragons, Krista Roberts and Kaylyn Rodewig scored 11 points each for Eastern and Jocelyn Mousty contributed 10.
Against Scottsburg, Eastern took control of the game during the second quarter and then put the game on cruise control a little too early.

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State lawmakers debate a return to one class basketball PDF Print E-mail

Every few years a politicians tries to force the hand of the Indiana High School Athletic Association by passing legislation. 

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Salem city council news PDF Print E-mail

The Salem city council held their first monthly meeting of 2012 on Monday, January 9, and with a new year came new faces to the regular proceedings. Warren Jones (District 2) and Ron Haendiges (District 3) were selected to replace Lesle Leis and Nancy Fultz, whose terms ended last month.

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