Local family hosting fundraiser for Alzheimer’s Association August 15
Written by Janna Ross
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 08:05
A local family is working to improve the life of those affected with Alzheimer’s after losing their mother in 2011. Sarah Rose Hall was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2010. Her family now honors her with an annual fundraiser, the Hall Family Alzheimer’s Fundraiser.
Clark County Sheriff’s Office SROs spend the summer serving child support warrants
The School Resource Officer (SRO) plays a major role during the school year as they are a constant law enforcement presence in their school. But once school adjourns for the summer the local School Resource Officers are usually placed back in the normal rotation of a street officer.
Original River Ridge Conversion Team honors Elmer Hoehn
In 1993 former Circuit Judge --then County attorney-- Dan Moore met with his Clark County Commissioner clients Ralph Guthrie, Greg Isgrigg and Paul “Whitey” Garrett, and County Councilman Harold Satterly, to discuss some aspects of federal law. Attorney Moore had concluded that applying the law correctly would make the former Indiana Army Ammunition Plant (INAAP) available to convert to local civilian control and development.
Not rain, nor gusting winds, nor ankle deep forty degree mud, nor visiting Panthers could slow the Pirates Friday night, hosting the Corydon (4-3 overall and 3-2 Mid Southern Conference) in the Bone Yard. The Pirates racked up 458 yards of offensive Friday night, while holding the highly touted Corydon tandem of Kopp and Buck to just 235 yards of total offense. Panther junior runningback Austin Kopp came into the contest averaging near 220 rushing yards per game, and was held to 111 yards (including a 69 yard break away touchdown run) by the Pirate Defense.