Alleged drug activity at Broadway Street house in Austin leads to six recent arrests PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 22 February 2017 07:43

Six people were taken into custody by Austin police officers on Saturday, February 11, after a visit to a Broadway Street home.

Purported threats against wife, weapon possession results in jailing of suspect PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Wednesday, 22 February 2017 07:42

The “weight” of an arrest over an alleged death threat and a firearm possession will be heavier than normal because of the supposed suspect’s past criminal history.

Fatal Accident Reported on U.s. 31 near Commiskey Pike PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 21 February 2017 12:09

On Monday night, January 20, at approximately 11:00 pm, the Indiana State Police responded to a single vehicle crash on US 31 near Commiskey Pike which resulted in the death of a Seymour man.

The initial investigation by Trooper Korry Clark indicated that a 2004 Mazda 6 being driven by Robert Robbins, age 27, Seymour, Indiana was traveling northbound on US 31 near Commiskey Pike, approaching a sharp curve near the I-65 overpass.  Robbins was unable to navigate the curve in the roadway. The vehicle left the roadway and struck a guardrail, ejecting Robbins from the vehicle.  Robbins sustained fatal injuries in the crash.  He was pronounced deceased at the scene by Jackson County Coroner Michael Bobb.

The speed of the vehicle and alcoholic beverages are both believed to be contributing factors in the crash.  Robbins was also not wearing his seatbelt at the time of the crash.

The investigation is ongoing.

Trp. Clark was assisted by other troopers with the Indiana State Police, deputies with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department, Jackson County EMS, Vernon Township Fire Department, the Jackson County Coroner’s Office, and Westside Towing.

Austin native performs in Indiana State President’s Concert PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 14 February 2017 15:51

An Austin native is among the dozen best and brightest musicians who represented Indiana State Universityâ??s School of Music during the Presidentâ??s Concert on Jan. 29.

Jon Treadway, a freshman music performance major, performed piano for the concert at the Landini Center for Performing and Fine Arts. The students were selected to participate based on last semesterâ??s outstanding performances in each area of study.

A wide range of music was represented at this yearâ??s concert, including classical through contemporary era pieces and musical theater by composers such as Handel, Schubert, Brahms, Bartok and Richard Rogers.

Treadway performs with the Masterworks Chorale at Indiana State. He is a recipient of an Indiana State University Creative and Performing Arts Scholarship and the Eleanor Reid Justice Piano Scholarship.

Treadway was selected to perform in the 2016 Contemporary Music Festival Student Performer/Composer Recital. He plans are to participate in the Classical Music Festival Piano Seminar in Eisenstaedt, Austria, this summer.

He is the son of Tammy and John Treadway.

The concert was free and open to the public. A reception was provided by the Presidentâ??s Office immediately after the performances.

Scott County Community Foundation to Celebrate 20th Anniversary in Gatsby Gala on March 4 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 14 February 2017 15:50

Join the Scott County Community Foundation in your flapper dresses and gangster suits for their 20th anniversary celebration, the Gatsby Gala. Those looking for a fun evening can enjoy this unique experience locally while helping to raise money for a great cause. This special fun-filled event will be held Saturday, March 4 from 6 until 10 p.m. at Mid-America Science Park, Scottsburg.

The nightâ??s entertainment will feature Small Time Napoleon, a band from Louisville that Insider Louisville has called â??a mad science blend of western swing, hot jazz and folk.â? Mentalist Steve Haffner will perform mind-bending entertainment in a way that will fascinate guests. To round out the entertainment, there will be pull-tabs, bingo, a Vegas wheel, racehorse wheel, roulette and poker. The Community Foundation has obtained a state charitable gaming license for the event, so winners will take away cash. Door prizes will also be offered throughout the evening.

The menu will feature 1920s favorites and will include clam chowder, Caesar salad, baked ham, fried chicken, candied yams, string beans, red velvet cupcakes and apple pie. Prohibition-era drinks will be served along with current favorites at the â??speakeasyâ? bar.

Guests will also get the chance to become grantmakers by voting for their favorite charity from a pre-selected list chosen by the sponsors. The charity will be awarded a $500 grant.

The eventâ??s Prohibition Platinum sponsors include Blue & Co., Duke Energy and Mason Investment Services. Sponsors are still needed to help ensure a successful event. To get a list of sponsorship levels and benefits, you may contact the Scott County Community Foundation at 812-752-2057 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

1920â??s attire is encouraged, but not required. In keeping with the 20th anniversary celebration, tickets will only be $20. RSVPâ??s are required by Friday, Feb. 24 by using the contact information listed above or stopping in the office at 60 N. Main St., Scottsburg.

A community foundation helps build and strengthen the community by bringing together people and organizations that want to make a difference. The Scott County Community Foundation (â??SCCFâ?) was incorporated on Dec. 12, 1996, and has since distributed over $11 million in scholarships and grants. SCCF currently manages assets over $8 million through almost 90 endowment funds. These funds support youth and education, arts and historic preservation, health and human services, the environment and our community.

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