INDOT Seymour District Crews Ready for Winter Forecast
The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) Seymour District is making preparations for the winter weather forecast. INDOT crews are currently applying salt brine on interstates and state highways to minimize precipitationimpacts. Crews will monitor weather conditions throughout the day for expected snow and falling temperatures. Salt trucks are ready and waiting to treat roadways when needed. INDOT’s top priority is snow and ice removal, focusing on the safety of the motoring public.
The Salem High School boys’ basketball team was clicking on all cylinders Friday night in a 79-54 win over visiting Orleans. The Lions shot 65.1 percent from the floor and out-rebounded the Bulldogs 31-16.
“Galena can keep their crap!” was the proclamation issued by Greenville Town Council President Talbotte Richardson. He made the statement about a resolution the board voted on Monday night at it’s regular meeting in front of a standing room only crowd at the town hall council room.
To hire, or not to hire; Greenville Council debates the hiring of town manager
Tempers flared during and after the Greenville Town Council’s regular meeting Monday night. The biggest spark came as the board debated whether or not to hire former councilman Randal Johnes as the town’s manager and a consultant to the water utility.