Pirates shut out Corydon Central PDF Print E-mail
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The Charlestown Pirates headed into last Friday night’s Mid Southern Conference showdown riding a four game win streak. The Pirates were ready to push that streak to five to open play in October. Pirate Nation was ready to cheer on the home standing team as the sea of blue in The Boneyard turned to Blue and Pink as Charlestown celebrated Breast Cancer Awareness Month with their annual Pink Out game.
New Washington Beautification Committee hosting town-wide yard sale PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 02 October 2013 00:00

The New Washington Beautification Committee is again sponsoring a town wide yard sale on the third weekend in October, October 19 and 20.

Through local support, Forget Me Not Ministries is making a difference PDF Print E-mail
Rachel Ross, 33, formerly of Sellersburg, Indiana, formed Forget Me Not Ministries (FMN) in 2006 after five summers, a six month internship, and two years working directly with the abandoned children in state hospitals in Romania.  FMN works directly with the Roma (Gypsy) population of 3,000, which is one of the largest Roma communities in Romania.  Rachel and her daughter, Iza, first met when Ross cared for her in the state hospital.  Iza has been cared for by Rachel since she was one year old.  After a long process, the adoption was finalized in 2010.  Iza is now 10 years old.   
Austin mother charged with failing to return three-year-old to proper custody PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Tuesday, 10 September 2013 13:02

An Austin mother is being sought by law enforcement officers for reportedly failing to return her child to the boy’s father.

Local wildland fire fighter helps in California’s large rim fire PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 10 September 2013 00:00

Shelley Grimes, a residence of Otisco, is currently out west fighting the large Rim Fire located in California. The Rim fire has scorched over 225,000 acres and now is the fourth largest wildfire in California’s recorded history. Nearly 5,000 fire personnel are now battling the flames of the Rim Fire. Grimes is part of a 20 person hand crew that is creating fire breaks in order to prevent the fire from spreading. She and her crew are on a 14 day deployment working 16 to 18 hours a day, sleeping in tents and often in self sufficient Spike Camps. Spike Camps are defined as a Fire Camp with minimum facilities established along the fire line with no electric, running water, and often no communication with the outside. 

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