Money and the lack of it, the topic of many county council discussions PDF Print E-mail

With the downed economy many families are living paycheck to paycheck. The financial crunch, however, is not limited to households. Many governmental agencies are also feeling the pinch.
The cause for the pinch can’t be pin-pointed to any one thing, but for the Washington County Council, the fiscal body, a number of things has contributed.

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Salem City Council May update PDF Print E-mail

The Salem City Council met for their monthly public meeting on Monday, May 14. Their first order of business that evening was to hear from a handful of representatives of a few local organizations in Salem.

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Henryville ‘Owns the Night’ with Lady A PDF Print E-mail

Last Wednesday (May 16), Lady Antebellum and thousands of generous fans joined together at Louisville, KY’s KFC Yum! Center tonight to raise more than $285,000 for the Henryville, IN community.  All proceeds will be distributed through the New Hope/Indiana Bankers Association for the Disaster Relief Fund.

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Jury ends long day with guilty verdict PDF Print E-mail

Both the defense and the state wrapped up the murder trial of Tammy Spengler last Wednesday afternoon.
After more than 10 hours of deliberation, they came back and found her guilty of one count of murder and two counts of aiding in murder.

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New principal a familiar face at EHS PDF Print E-mail

The East Washington School Board approved the hiring of a new high school principal, Darin Farris, at its regular meeting May 8.

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