10 Receive Funding for Innovative Education Initiatives PDF Print E-mail

Recently at Herron High School in Indianapolis, Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Tony Bennett recognized the ten schools, school corporations, non?profits and other organizations selected to receive a portion of $5 million through Indiana’s innovation fund grant competition. Representatives from all 10 winning schools and organizations attended the event at Herron High School.

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Three taken into custody at New Providence area house during probation check PDF Print E-mail

Three people are now facing criminal charges in connection with a home in the New Providence area in which Scott County Sheriff’s Department officers located methamphetamine worth an estimated $20,000 on the street.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 February 2012 14:17
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What is Being Done About the Substance Abuse Epidemic in Scott County? PDF Print E-mail

We hear it all around us, “the substance abuse problems are epidemic in our county, and no one is doing anything about it!” There is a group doing a great deal with members who are on the front lines actively addressing and helping those who struggle with alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse and addiction. CEASe of Scott County (the Coalition to Eliminate the Abuse of Substances) has 50+ members strong who are doing what they can to reduce the incidence and prevalence of substance abuse and addictions among youth and adults in Scott County.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 February 2012 14:18
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Annual Bank on Good Health at Scott County State Bank PDF Print E-mail

Bank on Good Health will be held at the Scott County State Bank on Thursday April 5th from 8:30am to 11:00am. Scott Memorial Hospital and The Scott County State Bank host this annual health fair to promote general health and the importance of preventative care in our community. Cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar screenings alert physicians about serious health problems such as heart disease and diabetes.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 February 2012 14:20
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Cooler heads prevail in Greenville PDF Print E-mail

For the first time this year, things at the Greenville Town Council’s regular  meeting on Feb. 13 remained civil.    
The council passed two ordinances, one allocating the funds in which the Town Manager Randal Johnes will be paid and another concerning the town’s motor vehicle insurance. 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 February 2012 14:08
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