Injuries reported in several recent road accidents; one driver arrested PDF Print E-mail

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Green Banner Publications

Recent accidents have taken their toll in injuries, according to reports released by the Scott County Sheriff’s Department and Scottsburg Police Department.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 February 2012 11:18
Celebration of life services planned for local businessman Floyd E. Coates PDF Print E-mail

American Plastic Molding Corporation founder and president Floyd E. Coates, 67, died on Thursday, February 16, at the St. Vincent Heart Center of Indiana in Indianapolis.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 February 2012 11:19
Clarksville man arrested for criminal confinement in Clark County PDF Print E-mail

On Thursday, February 16, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office responded to two 911 calls from the Summit Parkway area just east of Borden. Both callers were stating that a male subject was forcing a female against her will into his vehicle. One of the callers further stated the male was wearing a mask.

Deam Lake Hosts 5th Annual Polar Plunge – Raises $65,000 plus PDF Print E-mail

While temperatures Saturday morning were reasonably warm, the water temperature at Deam Lake in Borden, Indiana was a chilly 41° as 362 participants got set to take the “Freezin’ For A Reason” Polar Plunge to Benefit Special Olympics Indiana Area 2.  The pre-event consisted of a costume contest and the event was opened by Jenna Daniel of Charlestown Middle School signing the national anthem and Susan Wheatley of Sacred Heart Church giving the opening prayer to bless the participants as well as the Special Olympics athletes.

Fugitive from Indiana Captured in Kentucky PDF Print E-mail

In the afternoon hours of Thursday February 16th,   officers from the F.B.I. Safe Streets Task Force, Kentucky State Police, U. S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force, (Great Lakes Region), and the U.S. Marshal’s Service, (Louisville, Kentucky Office), arrested Ronald F. Graham, 38, from New Albany, IN.  He was arrested after a foot chase in Meade County, Kentucky. Ronald F. Graham had been able to elude law enforcement officers at least six times in the past few months.

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