Olympic swimmer has ties to Pirate Nation PDF Print E-mail

USA Swimmer Lilly King stole the show during her stunning performances in Sunday’s Olympic breaststroke events; and those who didn’t know her name....do now.......world-wide. Not only is the 19 year old Indiana native and Indiana University student catapulting into the hearts of Americans; she represents with grace and honor.....while keeping it real on a world stage.

24th annual Autumn on the River Festival to celebrate “Get Out and Vote” this weekend PDF Print E-mail

Local residents have started to switch their shorts, tank tops and flip flops for hoodies, light jackets and boots. The cool, crisp mornings, changing of the leaves and winterizing of the pools and boats can only mean one thing, Autumn is here! The calendar on the wall is showing it is October and the time for Fall favorites like apple cider, pumpkin picking, and fall festivals!

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Ryley Nicole makes transition from stage to screen with upcoming debut PDF Print E-mail
A small, quiet, petite six year old walked across the stage at Clarksville Little Theater for her very first audition. She walked up to the microphone and made an announcement, “I don’t want to do this anymore!”
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 October 2016 09:15
Medal of Honor winner Sammy Davis to speak at Safe Harbor Church PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 15 June 2016 07:41

On November 18, 1967, Sergeant Sammy Davis was in Vietnam when his unit at “Fire Support Base Cudgel”[7] west of Cai Lay, fell under machine gun fire and heavy mortar attack by an estimated three companies of Vietcong from the 261st Viet Cong Main Force Battalion. Upon detecting an enemy position, Davis manned a machine gun to give his comrades covering fire so they could fire artillery in response. Davis was seriously wounded, but ignored warnings to take cover and accept medical attention, taking over the unit’s burning howitzer and firing several shells himself. He also disregarded his inability to swim due to a broken back, and crossed a river on an air mattress to help rescue three wounded American soldiers. He ultimately found his way to another howitzer site to continue fighting the NVA attack until they fled. The battle lasted two hours.

I-65 Restrictions Start Next Week For Repairs at Biggs Road Bridge PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 03 June 2016 14:59

CLARK COUNTY, Ind.—The Indiana Department of Transportation will restrict southbound Interstate 65 lanes for bridge repairs at the Biggs Road overpass north of Memphis during overnight hours—weather permitting—beginning next Wednesday (JUNE 8).
Southbound I-65’s right lane will be closed at 10 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday while a specialty subcontractor straightens a damaged steel beam over the west side of the north-south interstate. Right or left southbound lanes will then be closed nightly at 10 p.m. while a splicing plate is installed and other work continues at the bridge site. INDOT officials say operations may continue until the end of the month.
Restrictions will be lifted on I-65 lanes every morning by 6 a.m.
No closures are planned atop the Biggs Road bridge. The 4-span structure overpasses I-65 one mile south of State Road 160 in Clark County. It measures 223½ feet in length with clear roadway side-to-side of 24 feet.
E & B Paving is the state’s prime contractor for this $127,940 repair project.

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