SOAR! seeks volunteer tutors PDF Print E-mail

Reading is something that most people take for granted. Yet 1 in 6 people in Washington County are functionally illiterate. Helping someone to read will change his/her life—and yours!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 February 2012 07:45
Eastern gets back to winning ways PDF Print E-mail

After starting the season 17-0, the Lady Musketeers suffered back-to-back losses, before regrouping last Thursday with a 60-31 win over Henryville.
Henryville kept Eastern’s post players from scoring big numbers in the first quarter and kept the score close with Eastern only leading by four.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 February 2012 07:46
Mayor briefs Chamber about city offices PDF Print E-mail

The Washington County Chamber of Commerce held their first meeting of the new year at the Washington County Awareness Building on Thursday, January 26, 2012. Hank Jacoby, Board President, began the proceedings by announcing that Manny Alvarez had been elected Vice President of the board and Larry Nelson was elected as the new Treasurer.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 February 2012 07:47
Clark County 4-H Hunter Education classes set PDF Print E-mail

The year 2012 marks the 15th year of the Clark County 4-H Shooting Sports Program. Last year 55 youth enrolled and enjoyed the advisement of Indiana State 4-H certified instructors giving them firearm safety instruction and several “hands on” range experiences with shotguns, rifles and handguns.

Salem boys win tough battle at EHS PDF Print E-mail

Coaches, Players, and fans would all describe the rivalry Eastern/Salem game as the game of the year. Saturday night’s rivalry game included two technicals, charges, multiple lead changes and plenty of attitude. In the end though, it was the Lions who got the better of it 61-57
Salem Head Coach Hank Weedin said it was a typical Salem/Eastern game.

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