Local artist continuing path to her dream PDF Print E-mail

by JANNA ROSS
Managing Editor
Green Banner Publications

“First I want to say I am happy to do this on Mother’s Day with my mommy because without her support I couldn’t do this,” stated 12-year old Meadow Ryann Drollinger.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 May 2012 07:43
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Movies in the Park returning for summer fun, sponsor opportunities available PDF Print E-mail

“Movies in the Park” hosted by the Charlestown Parks & Recreation Department are coming soon! Mark your calendars now for the summer schedule.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 May 2012 07:44
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Bethlehem to dedicate new playground this Sunday PDF Print E-mail

Historic Bethlehem, Inc. will host a dedication ceremony for the new playground, “The Star.”
The dedication ceremony will be held on Sunday, June 10 at 1 p.m. The new playground is located on the old schoolgrounds in Bethlehem. The ceremony will feature a speech from State Representative Terry Goodin, survivors of the recent tornado will also share some of their experiences from the devastating tornado of March 2. The dedication ceremony will also feature games, entertainment and grilled hot dogs provided by Historic Bethlehem. Please bring a covered dish to share.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 June 2012 14:58
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Clark County voters decide representatives for November General Election PDF Print E-mail

by JANNA ROSS
Managing Editor
Green Banner Publications
Clark County voters took to the polls on Tuesday to make their voices heard and decide who will represent them in the upcoming General Election in November.
A total of 12,984 ballots were cast throughout Clark County on Tuesday, May 8 for the primary election. Republicans cast 7,174 ballots while Democrats cast 5,810 ballots in Clark County last week. There are 86,456 registered voters in Clark County. Clark County had a 15.02 percent voter turn out.
Republican Results
President
Mitt Romney took the Republican nod in Clark County with 4,558 or 67.16 percent of the vote. Ron Paul received 1,034 or 15.24 percent while
Rick Santorum received 771 votes or 11.36 percent of the vote. Newt Gingrich received 424 votes or 6.25 percent.
US Senator
Richard Mourdock upset long-time Senator Richard Lugar. Mourdock received 5,118 votes or 72.69 percent while Lugar received 1,923 votes or 27.31 percent.
Governor
Mike Pence ran unopposed and received 5,613 votes.
US Rep in Congress- District 9
Todd Young ran unopposed and received 5,872 votes.
State Rep in District 66
No candidate filed
State Rep in District 70
Rhonda J. Rhoads ran unopposed and received 1,270 votes.
State Rep in District 71
No candidate filed
State Rep in District 73
Steve Davisson ran unopposed and received 360 votes.
Judge Circuit 4
No candidate filed
Coroner
Terry Conway received 3,025 or 54.83 percent while Mark Goodlett received 2,492 votes or 45.17 percent.
Commissioner District 1
Rick Stephenson ran unopposed and received 4,785 votes.
Commissioner District 2
Jack Coffman Sr. ran unopposed and received 4,851 votes.
Council At-Large
Voters chose up to three candidates to represent them.
Kelly Khuri received 3,107 votes or 23.04 percent and Ryan Lynch received 2,365 votes or 17.53 percent and Ronald Brogan received 2,315 votes or 17.16 percent. Chuck Latham received 2,228 votes or 16.52 percent, Mac McIntosh received 1,751 votes or 12.98 percent while Adam Hutchinson received 1,722 votes or 12.77 percent.
Democrat Results
President
President Barack Obama received 4,271 votes.
US Senator
Joe Donnelly ran unopposed and received 4,147 votes.
Governor
John Gregg ran unopposed and received 4,205 votes.
US Rep in Congress- District 9
Shelli Yoder received 2,180 votes or 42.29 percent while Robert Winningham received 1,635 votes or 31.72 votes and Jonathan George received 827 votes or 16.04 percent.  John Miller received 285 votes or 5.53 percent and John Wilford received 228 votes or 4.42 percent.
State Rep District 66
Terry Goodin ran unopposed and received 1,021 votes.
State Rep in District 70
Terry Miller received 390 votes or 58.38 percent while Alva “Jim” Kincaid Jr. received 278 votes or 41.62 percent.
State Rep in District 71
Steven Stemler ran unopposed and received 2,989 votes.
State Rep in District 73
Sandra Blanton ran unopposed and received 178 votes.
Judge Circuit 4
Vicki Carmichael ran unopposed and received 4,797 votes.
Coroner
John Hall ran unopposed and received 4,415 votes.
Commissioner District 1
Ed Meyer ran unopposed and received 4,182 votes
Commissioner District 2
Les Young ran unopposed and received 4,009 votes.
Council At-Large
Voters chose up to three candidates to represent them.
Susan Popp received 3,211 votes or 23.77 percent while Kevin Vissing received 2,505 votes or 18.54 percent and Brenda Ross received 2,296 votes or 16.99 percent. Perry Smith received 2,103 votes or 15.57 percent, David Abbott received 2,019 votes or 14.94 percent and Charles King received 1,376 votes or 10.19 percent.

 
Sellersburg Post holds Memorial Service to honor fallen Troopers PDF Print E-mail

The Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg held their annual Memorial Service on Wednesday morning, May 9, for those members of the department that gave their lives in the line of duty. Troopers present were brought to attention and prepared for roll call. The name of each of the deceased was then read along with a brief description of the circumstances surrounding their death. Family members of fallen troopers were in the audience during the recent ceremony.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 May 2012 10:39
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