Man charged with burglary in FK PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 05 April 2011 00:00

On April 3, 2011 at approximately 1 a.m., Indiana State Police responded to the area of Tanglewood Dr. in Floyds Knobs in regards to a report for a possible burglary.   

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 April 2011 14:16
Time to enroll 4-H livestock PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 05 April 2011 00:00

All 4-H youth planning to exhibit Sheep, Swine, Beef Heifers, Beef Cow/Calf Pairs, Beef Feeder Calves, Goats, Dairy, Poultry, Rabbits or Lamas at the 2011 Clark County 4-H Fair must have their animal(s) enrolled, and with some species, weighed and ear tagged (All State Fair bound Sheep & Goats will be retinal scanned and all other Sheep will receive RFID tags), on SATURDAY, MAY14th.  The identification will take place from 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon at the Clark County 4-H Fairgrounds.  In addition, all Livestock Enrollment Forms, including Poultry & Rabbits must be turned in for these animals on or before May 14th. Exhibitors must have their Premise ID number to place on their 4-H livestock enrollment form in order to show at the 2011 Clark County 4-H Fair (Rabbits & Horses are exempt).

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 April 2011 14:17
Jennings Township tax rates increase.... Property tax statements to arrive in mail soon; payments due May 10 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Tuesday, 05 April 2011 00:00

Scott County Treasurer Iva Gasaway announced that she expects to mail property tax statements to owners in the next few weeks.
Gasaway said tax duplicates in the computer system have been approved and turned over to her office. The mailing will allow taxpayers about a month to pay their semi-annual tax installment by the usual May 10 deadline.
The Treasurer’s Office prints and mails statements and collects taxes.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 April 2011 14:21
New sectional alingments announced PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 30 March 2011 00:00

The IHSAA Executive Committee has approved the recommendations of the realignment committees responsible for placing member schools into sectional groups in six team sports for the 2011-12 and 2012-13 school years.

Three committees consisting of principals and athletic administrators representing each IHSAA district and class were constructed to realign the sports. The baseball, basketball, softball and volleyball committee along with the soccer committee consisted of 12 individuals while the football committee totaled 15 members.

These committees met during the week of March 14, 2011 and submitted their realignment plans to the Executive Committee for approval on March 25, 2011.

“All three realignment committees were extremely well-prepared and provided valuable input throughout each meeting,” commented Commissioner Bobby Cox. “The conscientious attitudes of the committee members were clearly evident in their deliberations. The locations of schools and their proximity to other schools were given the greatest consideration when forming sectional groupings.  Secondly, a deliberate effort was made to eliminate five and seven team sectionals where possible.  I feel that each group developed an alignment which will serve the membership appropriately and create excitement and interest among our patrons.  The IHSAA staff will now begin the process of identifying member schools that are willing to host these important tournament series events.”

Proposals and tournament formats will be submitted to the IHSAA Executive Committee for approval in June of 2011 for fall sports, October of 2011 for winter sports and February of 2012 for spring sports.

Also, in recent days, a second member school has indicated it will leave the membership at the end of this school year. White’s Jr./Sr. High School in Wabash, has notified Commissioner Bobby Cox of its intention to withdraw from membership following the 2010-11 school year.

With this development, a revised version of the four-class alignment by enrollment has been posted to the IHSAA website and affects the classification of one school. Northeast Dubois, located in Dubois and the smallest 2A school, now becomes a Class A school where it had previously resided. White’s did not play football or soccer so the respective five class and two class alignments for those sports remain unchanged.

The IHSAA had issued a revised four-class alignment in a Feb. 22 release following notification that Holy Cross School in Terre Haute would also withdraw from the Association at the end of the school year.

Finally, Guerin Catholic has opted to play up one class in girls soccer, the only school to do so in any sport. The Noblesville school, originally listed as a Class A school in the new two-class format, will now compete in Class 2A, Sectional 17. The school’s boys soccer team will compete in Class A. IHSAA By-Law, C-2-3c allows any school to play up one or more classes in any sport for the two-year classification period by notifying the Association Office.

Local baseball, softball, basketball and volleyball sectionals now look like this.

Class 4A Sectional 15 features BNL, Floyd Central, Jeffersonville, Jennings County, New Albany and Seymour.

Class 3A Sectional 30 now features all MSC teams -- Corydon Central, Brownstown, Charlestown, North Harrison, Salem, Scottsburg and Silver Creek.

Class 2A Sectional 46 will feature Clarksville, Crawford County, Eastern Pekin, Henryville, Paoli and Providence.

Class A Sectional 62 features Borden, Christian Academy, Lanesville, New Washington, Rock Creek and South Central.

Class A Sectional 61 features West Washington, Trinity Lutheran, Springs Valley, Orleans, Northeast Dubois, Medora and Crothersville.

There are two classes for boys' soccer.

Class 2A Sectional 30 features Corydon Central, Floyd Central, Jasper, Jeffersonville and New Albany.

Class A Sectional 59 features Salem, Trinity Lutheran, Henryville, Charlestown and Austin.

Class A Sectional 60 features Christian Academy, North Harrison, Providence, Rock Creek and Silver Creek.

The Class 2A sectional is the same for girls' soccer.

In Class A girls' soccer sectionals. Sectional 45 features Charlestown, Christian Academy, Providence, Rising Sun, Silver Creek, Southwestern and Switzerland County.

Class Sectional 46 features Forest Park, Heritage Hills, Northeast Dubois, North Harrison, Salem and South Spencer.

In Football the class 4 A Sectional 8 will feature Floyd Central, BNL, Castle, Evansville North, Jeffersonville, Jennings County and New Albany.

Class 3 A Sectional 23 is Mid Southern Conference heavy. Salem, Brownstown, Corydon, North Harrison, Silver Creek, Charlestown, Heritage Hills and Mitchell.

Class 2A Sectional will feature Triton Central, Paoli, Providence, Lawrenceburg, Eastern (Pekin), Clarksville, Crawford and Monrovia.

Class A Sectional Sectional 38 features West Washington, Indianapolis Lutheran, North Decatur, South Decatur, Edinburg, Milan and Springs Valley.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 March 2011 10:29
Salem by-pass project will be completed October of 2012 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 30 March 2011 00:00

Utility work and right-of-way clearing has begun for the four mile new By-Pass road around the east side of Salem.

A two lane asphalt road with wide shoulders will connect State Road 135 (S.R. 135) south of Salem and State Road 56 (S.R. 56) east of Salem.  The new road will have 5 major bridges plus other smaller culverts.  The road will connect with S.R. 135 0.5 mile south of Becks Mill Road south of Salem and proceed north east to S.R. 56 near Quaker Road.  Besides the bridges over roads, CSX railroad, and the West Fork of Blue River the new road will intersect with S.R. 60 just east of Saddle Back Trail Road.  One county road, Lake Salinda Road will be permanently closed at the By-Pass.  Lake Salinda Road will have Cul-De-Sacs at the By-Pass.

Gohmann Asphalt and Construction of Clarksville was the winning bidder on this project with a bid of $15,723,000.00.

The contract has a completion date of October 30, 2012.

Work Zone Safety Awareness Week is April 4-8, 2011, and INDOT is joining with other states to stress “Safer Driving. Safer Work Zones. For Everyone.”  On average four out of every five people killed in highway work zones are drivers or passengers, not highway workers.  And steeper fines or penalties await drivers who speed or drive recklessly through a work zone.  To avoid becoming a statistic, INDOT urges drivers to follow the safety tips listed at



Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 March 2011 08:10
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