One dead, sheriff injured in separate accidents PDF Print E-mail
One man is dead, another injured after an early Friday (August 15, 2014) crash on State Road 60.
According to a press release issued by the Washington County Sheriff’s Department, at approximately 1:36 a.m. on the morning of Aug. 15, the Sheriff’s Department received a call regarding a single motor vehicle crash on State Road 60 west of Powers Road. 
Scottsburg’s First High School Football Game Ends with History Making Victory PDF Print E-mail
Scottsburg Warrior football came off of a 31 year hiatus Friday night, August 22, with a 12-0 win against Switzerland County. Hundreds of students and community members gathered to see the team “Plant the Spear.” A cannon ?red as the players took the ?eld. There was wild applause and then students and parents alike turned their arms into tomahawks, chopping in a rhythm with the Band of Warriors. Rain and bad weather couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm.  
Superintendent Glenda Ritz visits EWES PDF Print E-mail
Glenda Ritz made a trip to East Washington Elementary School Friday to personally congratulate the school on being a 4 Star School.
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More than 450 gather to recognize 38 ‘Giants in the Faith’ PDF Print E-mail
The Apostle Paul says in Romans 1:8, “I thank my God for all of you because your faith is being reported all over the world.” 
Same suspect sought in similar bank robberies in Crothersville, Seymour PDF Print E-mail
The same man has been sought since Thursday, August 28, for his involvement in bank robberies in Crothersville and Seymour. The suspect first visited the Centra Credit Union on South Jackson Park Drive in Seymour around 10:45 a.m. that Thursday. He was described as wearing a blue plaid shirt with a collar, a camo ball cap and camo shorts. He had short “buzzed” red hair. He fled the scene on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. About an hour later, he walked into the Peoples Bank, 310 North Armstrong Street, Crothersville. This time, the description of the man was similar, but the suspect was wearing a “Mr. Rogers” t-shirt with a camo ball cap and shorts. He was described as 5-8 to 6 feet in height and from 175 to 200 pounds.
The suspect did not display a weapon in either robbery.
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