“Miles for Merry Miracles” runs on local youth’s generosity PDF Print E-mail

A lot of teenagers spend their high school years active in various groups sponsored through their schools, their churches and local organizations hoping to make small, but meaningful differences in the lives of other people in their communities. They raise funds for established causes, volunteer at soup kitchens, tutor younger students, or take part in any number of other charitable activities. But every once in a while you meet a young person who forges their own path, who finds a need not being met in the community already and decides to take matters into their own hands. Someone like Floyds Knobs’ Nick Hebert.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 October 2011 11:50
County employees will get raises PDF Print E-mail

One of the final items on the table for discussion at the Washington County Council’s regular meeting Monday morning was whether or not to increase the salary of county employees.

Salem defeats NH in 4 games in volleyball match PDF Print E-mail

Salem won a big Mid Southern Conference victory in volleyball Thursday night, winning in four games over North Harrison 25-19, 25-23, 13-25, 25-17.

Delaney showing improved numbers PDF Print E-mail

Things at Delaney Park seem to be improving, but the fact that the park has a balance in the red of $199,000, makes it hard to see just how much improvement is being made.

Suspect in throat-slashing attack pleads guilty to A felony attempted murder PDF Print E-mail

James E. Johnson, the man who has been incarcerated since he was arrested as the suspect in a vicious attack on a woman in June, 2009, in Scottsburg, has entered a guilty plea to Class A felony attempted murder and a Class B felony charge of criminal confinement in a plea agreement on Friday, September 30.

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