?Arrest made in burglaries of Corydon Church PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 05 November 2008 00:00
?    A cooperative effort by Harrison County Sheriff’s Office, Corydon Police Department and the Indiana State Police produced an arrest
warrant for Jeremy Paul Karlin.
    On September 28 Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputy Marty McClanahan investigated a burglary at the Old Capitol United Methodist Church in Corydon. Some of the items taken from the church were a projector, DVD player, and assorted cables.
    On October 1, the church reported a second burglary in which two Yamaha speakers, an audio headset, microphone(s), cables, cart, and a sound mixer were taken.
    On October 16, the owner/leaser of a farm equipment maintenance building in Corydon reported to Corydon Police Officer, Mark Bye, that he had discovered electronic items in a small room of the maintenance building. The electronic items were later identified as the items taken during the two burglaries at Old Capitol United Methodist Church. Personal items not belonging to the owner/leaser were also found.
    On October 17, Senior Trooper/Detective William J. Wibbles, Jr., with Indiana State Police Sellersburg Post, took the leads in the investigation and began putting the pieces of the puzzle together. The investigation established probable cause for filing charges on Jeremy
Karlin.
Arrested and Charged:
Jeremy Paul Karlin, 18
3214 W. Lisa Lane, Fredericksburg, Indiana
* Two counts of burglary, Class C felonies
* Two counts of theft, Class D felonies
* Receiving Stolen Property
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2008 15:46
 
?Carnegie Center presents new exhibit PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 05 November 2008 00:00
?    The Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany is pleased to announce a new exhibit, View/Review: Intaglios by Mary Lou Hess/Paintings by Carol Brenner Tobe, on display November 7 through December 27. The exhibition brings together the work of two artists whose lives and careers have taken parallel paths for years. Mary Lou Hess and Carol Brenner Tobe have lived and raised children in New Albany, observed changes in society, interacted with the region’s art community, and distilled all of this into their individual works of art. View/Review is sponsored by the Carnegie Center, Inc.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2008 15:52
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?Floyd Boys, North Harrison boys finish excellent seasons at state cross country meet PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 05 November 2008 00:00
?    Floyd Central and North Harrison’s boys’ cross country both finished better than their coaches expected at the IHSAA State Cross Country Meet Saturday at the Lavern Gibson Course near Terre Haute.
    The previous week, after having finished third at the Brown County semi state, Floyd Central coach Tim Korte said he was hoping for something like the 12th spot, as a team.
    “We were up further than I thought we’d be,” said Korte. The Highlanders finished in 10th place with 289 points, and North Harrison was in 19th place with 436 points, who outperformed local teams Perry Central (20th place, 453 points), and New Albany (22nd place, 499 points).
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2008 15:55
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?Borden Historical Society Chili Supper PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 05 November 2008 00:00
?    The Borden Historical Society will host a Chili Supper on Saturday, November 8 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Borden Museum. Carry out will be available, and the cost is a donation.
    A preview copy of the Walnut Hill Cemetery Book will be available for viewing. First 100 pre-ordered and prepaid will be sold for $40. After printing the price will be $50. An order can be placed by calling Paul and Pat Coffman at (812) 923-5466 or Brian and Monica Everage at (812) 967-1387.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2008 15:58
 
?Pirates roll 33-15 over North Harrison in Sectional 23 play PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 29 October 2008 00:00
?    The temperatures had dropped significantly as rain had swept through the area Friday morning and into the afternoon, and the Pirate faithful, along with the visiting Cougar fan base, had bundled up with multiple layers trying to stay warm in the true football weather.
    The Cougars had traveled to Dutch Reis Field, affectionately known as The Boneyard, for the opening round of Sectional 23 play.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2008 13:35
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