Friday night on the square kicks off busy stretch PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 17 September 2014 00:00

Friday Night on the Square, Sept.19th, kicks off the season.  This is a unique event, planned from 6-10 pm, around the Salem Square.  Traffic will be closed to the Square, to allow for vendors and businesses to show case their product and services.  Pedestrians will be allowed to walk around the historic Square.  This event has become a place for people to meet up with family and friends. 

Lions start hot, hold off late surge by Borden PDF Print E-mail

Salem took control of the first game of the First Harrison Bank Holiday Tournament Friday, but then had to hold on for dear life in a 55-50 win over Borden.

The Lions opened the contest by connecting on their first six three-point shots for an 18-8 lead and maintained control throughout the contest until a late fourth quarter surge gave the Braves new life.

Last Updated on Monday, 22 December 2014 16:05
Dragons’ air attack too much for Eastern PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 00:00

With a game looming this Friday against Charlestown, Silver Creek Head Coach Jason Hawkins wasn’t concerned about his team looking past the Eastern Musketeers last week.
‘We know we are not a dominant football team yet and have to come ready to play each and every week,” Hawkins said.

Bramble ready to go after off-season surgery PDF Print E-mail

Polite midwesterner that he is, Kyle Bramble was torn. He wanted to answer the question but he wasn’t sure it would be in his best interest to be totally forthcoming should someone from a Dartmouth opponent learn his “secret.”
Which knee was it that he blew out in last year’s Nov. 23 finale against Princeton?
The 5-foot-10, 200-pound junior tailback hesitated and thought about the question for a second before being let off the hook.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 09:26
Four women receive scholarships to area colleges PDF Print E-mail

The Women’s Foundation of Southern Indiana (WFSI), a fund of the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana, awarded four women with scholarships to local area colleges for the 2014/2015 year.
These non-renewable scholarships were given to women who were 25 years or older and reside in Clark, Floyd, or Harrison county and for first time students or those continuing their education. “[We] offer scholarships for women attending IUS, Ivy Tech Community and Purdue College of Technology,” said WFSI Advisory Board President, Donna Riley.  “We will also start to offer a scholarship to a female resident of the New Albany Housing Authority.”

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 07:54
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