Dr. Eddie R. Apple dies at 82 PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 July 2008 00:00

Delivered Nearly 10,000 Babies in County

Caring, honest, incredible, compassionate, wonderful, hardworking and loved, when asked to describe Dr. E. R. Apple in one word this is what the community had to say.

Dr. Eddie R. Apple passed away at his residence on Monday, July 14, at the age of 82.

Apple was a well known physician, not just in our county, but throughout southern Indiana. Apple delivered over 9,000 babies throughout his career at Washington County Memorial Hospital and more in neighboring hospitals.

One thing that stood out about Apple as a doctor, was he really knew his patients. You were not just a person, you were his friend and he took care of you.

A few years back Dr. Apple told of his first “surgery” as a youngster. He performed surgery on a chicken who had a lump in its throat. He made up his mind of becoming a physician early in life.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2008 18:59
?Campbellsburg Town Council approves extension of sewer line PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 July 2008 00:00
??    The Campbellsburg Town Council met in regular session on Monday, July 7 with all members present.  All claims,
all requests for sewer adjustments, and the minutes of previous meetings were approved unanimously.
    Chris Boulet, informed the Council that an extension of the town’s sewer line has been requested in order to service
a new home within the town limits.  
    According to Boulet, the new sewer line would extend approximately 450 feet farther than the current line.  Two bids were received by the Council for the work and the low bid from Temple & Temple for $8753 was accepted by the Council members unanimously.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 July 2008 13:44
?Air Board, City Council, and Mayor agree to meet PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 July 2008 00:00
???    The Salem Municipal Airport Board of Commissioners (BOAC) met in regular session on Monday evening, June
30; all members were present.
    The Board approved minutes of previous meetings plus received an update of it budget from the Salem
Clerk/Treasurer’s office.
    In attendance at the meeting was Salem Mayor, David Bower, who addressed the Board and offered on behalf of
himself and the Salem City Council to meet with members of BOAC and their attorneys to discuss options for the new
airport project.  Monday, July 21 was agreed upon as the date for the closed executive session in the Salem City
Council chambers.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 July 2008 13:47
?County Council suspends EDIT Fund spending until it gets answers PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 July 2008 00:00
???  ?    The Washington County Council met in regular session on Monday, July 7 with all members present.  The minutes of previous meetings were approved unanimously.
    The ongoing debate between the County Council and the Washington County Board of Commissioners continued and was marked by a heated and lively exchange between Commissioner Lana Sullivan and Council Members Mark Manship and Mignon Mashall.  
    This issue began back in May when Manship asked Sullivan to explain why the Auditor’s Office did not notify the Council that the county’s budget had been cut by the State of Indiana in 2006; Sullivan was Washington County Auditor at the time in question. 
    In addition, Manship asked for an explanation of what appeared to be overspending for the year 2006 of over $850,000.  Sullivan said that she would provide an explanation by the June 2 Council meeting.  But assured Manship that there was not a problem.
    At the June 2 Council meeting, Manship again asked for an explanation but Sullivan did not provide one siting a very busy work schedule.  She told the Council she would have the answers by the July 7 meeting.
    When Manship asked for the explanation again at last week’s meeting, Sullivan said that she would be willing to meet with Manship privately to explain the report from the state to which Manship replied, “I am not comfortable meeting in private to discuss public money.  This issue needs to be discussed in a public meeting.”
    At that point, Sullivan said she was not willing to discuss the issue in a public meeting and refused to comment on it any further.  According to Sullivan the explanation is too complex to be laid out in a public meeting.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2008 14:27
?Hunt for History PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 15 July 2008 00:00

Bart Kay presents Mary "Jeannie" Hartsook of the Salem High School SADD and students with about $7,500 in gold at the Courthouse in Salem from the Hunt for History.

The hunt ran for the last year and went unclaimed by treasure hunters, so the gold bars, originally valued at $5000, but now appreciated in value, were presented to the group who sold the most maps for the hunt. The bars have since been replaced with silver so that hunters can continue their search.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 July 2008 15:08
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