High speed chase leads to arrest, two suspects remain on the run PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Thursday, 11 February 2010 00:00
       A Pekin man was arrested and two other suspects are on the lose following a high speed chase Feb. 10 in Harrison County.
    According to a news release from the Indiana State Police, a trooper patrolling State Road 135 near Corydon attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a gold 1996 Ford Ranger for unsafe lane movement.
Last Updated on Thursday, 11 February 2010 14:37
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High speed chase leads to arrest PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 10 February 2010 00:00
    A 19-year-old Laconia man, Austin Ryan George, was arrested and charged with resisting law enforcement following a high-speed chase Feb. 2.
    George was initially clocked at more than 120 mph on SR 135 in Harrison County and at Indiana State Trooper Mark Strange's attempt to stop him for that violation he attempted to flee.
    George lost control of his vehicle and went off of the road when trying to take a side road to get away.
    In addition to being charged with resisting Law enforcement with a vehicle, George also faces charges of criminal recklessness, reckless driving and minor in possession of alcohol.
    George was incarcerated in the Harrison County Jail.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 February 2010 10:25
 
Sectional pairings announced for girls' basketball tournament PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 10 February 2010 00:00
    The Indiana High School Athletic Association released pairings for the 35th annual tournament Monday (February 1).
    The tournament gets underway with sectional play on Tuesday, February 9.
    Class 4A
    Two sectionals that have the state buzzing are Class 4 A Sectional 15 at Floyd Central and Class 2A Sectional 47 at Brownstown Central.
    In the 4A sectional at Floyd, the host Lady Highlanders open with a game against Jennings County.
    The winner of that game will face Jeffersonville, who received a first-round bye.
    The potential Floyd-Jeff semi-final will be a battle of top 10 teams.
    It will also be a rematch of a classic overtime battle the two competed in on Dec. xx.
    The Lady Highlanders won that contest xx-xx.
    New Albany also received a bye. They will play the winner of the Bedford North Lawrence-Seymour game in the semifinals.
    The sectional championship will be February 13.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 February 2010 10:27
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Book scores 26 for win as North Harrison wins 7th grade Harrison County Tourney; 8th grade is 2nd PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 10 February 2010 00:00
    The North Harrison Middle School 7th grade girls’ basketball team won the Harrison County tourney 42-33 last week at Corydon Junior High School, and 26 points by the Lady Cats’ Jill Book helped to seal the deal.
    The Lady Cats were behind 6-4, when Book hit a three pointer, was fouled, and hit the free throw attempt to put her team ahead for good at 8-6.
    North led by a slim 10-8 margin at the end of the 1st quarter and it was still a slim 17-13 edge for the Cats at the half time break.
    In the second half, the 3rd quarter didn’t exactly do the Lady Cats any favors, as Corydon outscored them 9-8.
    The Lady Cats got 10 points from Book in the final period as they pulled away from Corydon. Book had an old fashioned three point play, and hit on a total of 8 of 9 free throws in the 4th. Book hit on a 9 of 12 free throws in the game (75 percent).
Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 February 2010 10:32
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Area vegetable growers to meet in Starlight PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 10 February 2010 00:00
    For more than 35 years, vegetable growers from Southern Indiana and Northern Kentucky have been coming to Starlight to learn more about modern production of fresh vegetables. Commercial vegetable producers, like any other farmer, face many production and marketing challenges in bringing the world’s highest quality products to the consumer’s kitchen table. Weeds, diseases, insects, and weather uncertainties can all add up to impact the complexity of producing a safe, nutritious, and economical food supply. It can certainly be a challenge for a vegetable grower to keep up-to-date regarding the latest varieties and tools available, along with the occasional regulatory change that they need to comply with.
    Growers (including home gardeners) wishing to spend a few hours learning about the latest information in the field of vegetable crop production are encouraged to attend the annual Starlight Vegetable Growers Meeting on Tuesday, February 23, 2010. This annual educational program will begin with registration from 5:45 to 6:15 p.m. There will be an opportunity for participants to visit with commercial exhibitors throughout the evening to keep in touch with the latest pest control options, vegetable varieties, tools, and marketing/packaging products.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 February 2010 10:33
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