Local businesses help with funeral, headstone, for Babcock-Brough family PDF Print E-mail

The burial expense for a family of five would venture around $20,000 on the low end, but like so many people have in the past week and a half, local businesses and citizens stepped up to cover the cost to bury the family that died as a result of injuries suffered in the tornado that hit Pekin on March 2.

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Goodwill reaching out to storm victims PDF Print E-mail

Sandra Parke Topolski of Goodwill Southern Indiana met with Pekin residents who were affected by the March 2 tornado. She assured residents that Goodwill is there to help meet needs as they arise.

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Lions give Brownstown all they can handle, fall short PDF Print E-mail


The Salem Lions had Brownstown on the ropes in the final minutes of the two teams March 5 showdown in the Class 3A Sectional 30 championship game, but was never able to deliver the knock-out punch.
Brownstown outscored the Lions 8-0 over the final 2:29 and won the game 54-49.

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Mousty makes Top 60 Senior girls PDF Print E-mail

Hoosier Basketball Magazine recently announced the players who were named Top 60 in the senior class.
These girls were selected from approximately 1,600 senior players statewide.

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344,000 pounds of debris later, Marysville residents still have a lot to do PDF Print E-mail

by MARTY RANDALL
Staff Writer
Green Banner Publications
Though the stricken Marysville area may not be getting all the media coverage that the Henryville neighborhood of Clark County has attracted since March 2, there were a lot of out-of-county volunteers working there on Sunday, March 11, making a difference any way they could.

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