Warriors Fall in Home Opener PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 06 September 2016 11:35





Friday night, Sept. 2, was Scottsburg Football’s first home game of the 2016 season! Bleachers were filled with devoted parents, a rowdy cheer block, and many fans of the up-and-coming football team at the newly renovated Warrior Football Field.

The Warriors played their first home game of the season against Southside Homeschool. The game went back and forth through the first quarter. Southside returned the opening kickoff deep into Warrior territory and scored a touchdown 26 seconds into the game.

The Warriors fought back driving the length of the field to score. Hunter Myers #21 dove across the goal line to cap the drive. During the play Tylor Mckinney injured his arm. Southside employed their Wing T offense effectively to create holes in the Warrior’s defensive line in the second quarter to open a 30 to 18 lead at the half. Southside Homeschool extended the lead to 20 points to start the third quarter.

Scottsburg quarterback, Trent Potter, weaved his way through the defense for a long touchdown run to get the Warriors back within 13 late in the third. Southside put the final nail in the coffin late in the fourth quarter for a 44-25 win over the up-and-coming Warriors. According to Coach Kyle Mullins, his team had a chance to win, but failed in giving up the explosive play.

The next home game will be at Warriors Football Field on September 9th against Crawford County High School. Kick off is at 7PM.

Indiana beats FIU in opener, U of L cruises to win over 49ers PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 02 September 2016 10:40

For much of Thursday night's Indiana opener at Florida International University in Miami, the score resembled a baseball game rather than college football.

150th Anniversary of the Chelsea Jubilee will be Sept. 2 and 3 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016 15:03



Another major milestone for the” Chelsea Jubilee”, this year marks its 150th anniversary this coming September 2nd and 3rd. The “Chelsea Jubilee” is Indiana’s Oldest Continues Festival, located in Chelsea Indiana, Hwy 62. To celebrate this historic occasion the association will be offering a limited quantity printed history book available with your membership.

The “Jubilee” represents many things to many people, a festival celebrating a successful Harvest, and a Community Reunion rolled into one. People return to Chelsea and the Saluda area this time of year from all over country to rekindle old friendships and share old memories. The “Jubilee” provides a place for family and friends to relax with music and entertainment. Browse the Arts and Crafts booths, play Corn Hole and enjoy the Antique Tractors Parade. Kids actually get paid to play games! Don’t eat before you get there! Four local Church groups and the Fire Department are on site. For many of these organizations, the Jubilee is their major fund-raising event of the year.

The “Chelsea Jubilee Park Association Inc.” continues its tradition set 41 years ago. When a handful of its members purchased 6 acres of land in Chelsea, made improvement and transformed the property into what’s known today as the Saluda Township Park. That property was deeded to Saluda Township to be used as a Township Park for the price of $1.00. The association continues to make improvements to the Park, this year with a new sign celebration the 150th anniversary. With additional donations from the local Churches and individuals plans are in place to extend the water system on the west side of the Park.

The Community invites you to bring your lawn chair and join with us in celebrating this historic occasion.

This year’s festival’s schedule

Friday September 2

6:30 p.m. Jubilee Revelations Opening Ceremony

7 to 10 p.m. Music by “Smokin Cinders Band”

Saturday, September 3

12:30 p.m. Tractor Parade

1 p.m. - Corn Hole Tourney. Kids Games began / Pedal Pull, Penny Search, Sack Race, Hay Bale Toss, Water Balloons and Bubble Gum contest.

2 to 4 p.m. - New Bethel Church Praise Team

4 to 6 p.m. - Indiana Gospel Music

6 p.m. - Saluda Student Reunion

7 to 10 p.m.- Music by “Paul Smith and Company”

Parking and admission are free. Alcohol and pets are prohibited!

For additional information you can contact Eston Smith @ 812-866-4178


Crothersville Fire Department to Host FireFest Sept. 3 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016 15:00



The Crothersville-Vernon Township Volunteer Fire Department will host Firefest on Saturday, September 3. It will begin at 10 a.m. and go until 4 p.m. All events will be at the firehouse except the 18yrs of age and older Water Ball contest which will be in the teachers parking lot on the northeast side of the Crothersville Community Schools.

There will be such activities as:

Bouncy houses with slides.

Live music featuring Rick Wilson.

Relay races for kids and adults featuring a bucket brigade.

Fire truck rides.

Fish sandwiches and drinks.

Firehouse Ice Cream booth.

Water Ball contest for kids.

A Water Ball contest for adults at the school. Same rules apply as were used for the contest during the festival. This is open to everyone 18 years of age and up. There will be a kid version of the water ball contest set up at the Fire Station.

The CVFD would like to send out a friendly challenge to all the local fire, EMS and police brothers and sisters who think they have what it takes to beat the Crothersville team in the Water Ball Contest.

To Register a team for the Water Ball Contest call or text Jason Hillenburg at 1-812-569-7468.



Indy Air Hogs, fireworks slated at Scottsburg Airport on September 10 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016 14:54



The public is invited to meet some interesting people and enjoy a free fireworks show on Saturday, September 10, at the Scottsburg Airport.

Members of the Indy Air Hogs will be flying their single-person paragliders during the morning and evening, depending on weather conditions, advised airport owner/operator Larry Beckley. “Ideally, they get up and going early and then in the late afternoon hours after the winds die down,” Beckley said. Several Air Hogs are scheduled to travel to Scottsburg early, so keen-eyed observers will probably see these odd-looking and enthusiastic “birdmen” and “birdwomen” in the air throughout the prior week.

The Air Hogs, an international organization for enthusiasts of powered paragliding, are having their national convention at the local airport. Its friendly members will be available throughout the day to answer questions from the public, and there will be several vendors on the grounds.

Last year, Air Hogs attended from every state in the nation and from four foreign countries, Beckley said.

Admission to airport grounds and parking are free for the public. The airport is located at 2527 South Lake Road, Scottsburg, about a mile south of the Mid America Science Park.

Around 9 p.m., a free fireworks show will be offered to the public. Those planning to attend should bring lawn chairs or blankets to enjoy the show, which is sponsored by the Scott County Visitors Commission.


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