Pirates blank Lions for Homecoming win PDF Print E-mail
The Boneyard was filled last week with Pirate Nation cheering on the homestanding Pirates to a Homecoming win. The students of Charlestown High School had spent the week rallying school spirit and enjoying all the festivities of Homecoming week, including the annual Homecoming parade. The Pirates just wanted to continue their winning streak as they had won their last three games. Continuing that streak is just what they did as they pushed their streak to four with a 35-0 win over Mid Southern Conference rival Salem.
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Terry Meiners to be Borden Valley Days Festival Grand Marshal PDF Print E-mail
The Annual Borden Valley Days Festival is this weekend, Oct 4-5 at Borden Community Park. 
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County Council vote before land auction stops county’s attempt to buy property PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Wednesday, 04 September 2013 07:42

By MARTY RANDALL

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Any attempt that county officials tried to take to cobble together monies to buy property ideally located for a new industrial park south of Scottsburg were quickly quashed Thursday night, August 29.

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Wesley Chapel to pilot ‘Disciple Fast Track’ PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 04 September 2013 07:40

Growing a deeper relationship with God and gaining a better understanding of how the stories of the Bible relate to one another are two major benefits of a pilot series this fall hosted by Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church at its Grant Line campus, 4810 Grant Line Road in New Albany, Ind.

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Borden boys win Hokum Karem, EHS tennis wins PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 04 September 2013 07:39

Tuesday, Aug. 27 at the Hokum Karem cross country meet held annually at Indiana University Southeast, the Borden girls’ team had a strong finish.

Senior Abby Ellis and sophomore Brooklyn Agnew finished eighth, and senior Courtney Welp and freshman Kate Gertin finished in 24th place.

The Boren boys’ team won the meet finishing with 21 points.

Brothers Sophomore Julien Magallanes and senior Nathen Magallanes won the meet. Brothers senior George Tipker and junior Gavin Tipker finished 4th. Senior Brian McGee and junior David Wright finished 16th followed by junior Andy Stonecipher and sophomore Will Little in 21st place.

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