For the fifth consecutive year the Clark Circuit Court No. 1 hosted a staged crime scene and mock trial for area boy and girl scouts. This year’s program brought the highest level of attendance ever, according to sponsoring Judge Dan Moore. It also featured a new presentation of a trained canine dog to help investigate a staged “crime” that occurred and an important reminder from a detective about crimes against children. Over 100 scouts, parents and supervisors attended this year’s program.
Governor Pence drops by Salem to sign pharmacy bill
Governor Mike Pence arrived in Salem on Wednesday Afternoon, May 1, to sign a recently passed bill into law at DanMar Family Pharmacy. State Representatives Steve Davisson (R- Salem) and Ron Grooms (R- Jeffersonville) were among those who attended the event.
Charlestown Postal workers will help Stamp Out Hunger Saturday
The Charlestown Post Office will participate in the National Letter Carriers Association’s Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. The food drive will be held this Saturday, May 11. The workers are encouraging the local community to participate in the food drive by bringing non-perishable items to the post office or by leaving a donation at your mailbox. Citizens wishing to participate who live on rural routes are asked to put their donation inside their mailboxes while citizens who resident in town are asked to put their donations next to the mailbox. If you would like to drop off your donation you may drop it off through next week during regular post office hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday or Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.