Salem Bi-Centennial 2014 Collection of Recipes & History book PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 30 October 2012 00:00

The Bi-Centennial Celebration for Salem is in 2014.
There is a group putting together a book and need your help. It will be titled: Salem Bicentennial 2014: Recipes and History. Please look for and send me your favorite recipes….grandma’s, great grandma’s, Mom’s and yours. This is the beginning of requesting them.
Paula Bortka Wells, member of Bi-Centennial Committee is creating a book to document some of the history of the county of Washington as it relates to health and food.  Other members on this book committee include: Tim Rodman, David Bower, Peggy Huffman-Walters, D. Jack Mahuron, Joy Bierly,  & Joseph Bortka.

First section of Salem By-pass opens for traffic PDF Print E-mail

There will be a Salem by-pass!, There won’t be a Salem by-pass!, has been a common back-and-forth that spanned the better part of four decades.

Senators survive and advance with win over SD PDF Print E-mail

The West Washington football team wasn’t especially crisp in any area of their sectional semi-final game last Friday against visiting South Decatur.

BRS ribbon cutting Thursday PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 23 October 2012 00:00

Southern Indiana Transit System (SITS) will provide free public transportation on Thursday, October 25th from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. between the Washington Center at 504 Reid Avenue and the ball field parking lot at Community Park located at 816 Parkview Drive.      

Senators beat the Saints, 42-12 PDF Print E-mail

Schools around the state have been taking fall break, but for the West Washington Senators, Friday’s opening round sectional game was the celebration of a Holliday.
Junior Tyler Holliday contributed in several areas as he and his Senator teammates beat visiting Indianapolis Lutheran, 42-14.

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