Two men arrested recently at active meth lab on North Hardy Lake Road PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 00:00

While searching for a wanted person, officers with the Sheriff’s Department and the Sellersburg post of the Indiana State Police (ISP) on Tuesday, October 15.

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18-year-old, two juveniles charged in case involving stolen vehicle on Terry Road PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 00:00

An 18-year-old and two juveniles have been charged in a case involving a stolen vehicle.

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HHMS celebrates 10th birthday! PDF Print E-mail
Highland Hills Middle School recently participated the Harvest Homecoming Parade!  HHMS is doing many things this year to help celebrate their 10 years of academic excellence!
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HHMS perfect season PDF Print E-mail
The Highland Hills Middle School Boys Tennis Team swept the annual Clark-Floyd Tournament at Jeffersonville High School on Saturday for the second year in a row.
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FC Theatre Arts presents Les Misérables PDF Print E-mail
Arguably the most popular musical of all time, Les Misérables has inspired millions across the globe with its unforgettable music and timeless story of love and redemption.  Floyd Central Theatre Arts is pleased to present this incredible musical the first two weekends of November.  Based on the novel of the same name by Victor Hugo, Les Misérables tells the story of Jean Valjean, a convict who breaks parole in search of a better life.  Inspired by a single act of kindness, Valjean alters the course of his life and touches the hearts of the individuals who come into his life.  In the midst of 19th century France, a country torn apart by political unrest, poverty, and illness, the story of Valjean makes sense out of life’s most disturbing tragedies and brings to light the greatest joy of the human experience; what it means to love another person.  “Although we are fortunate to live in a relatively peaceful and safe community, Les Misérables is an important piece to do because it echoes the cries for compassion and justice that are still very real in many corners of our world today,” says Director of Theatre Arts, Robbie Steiner.  “The story of Les Mis may take place in the 1800’s, but its oppressed, ill, and desperate characters are still with us.  Now more than ever, we need the compassionate and empowering message of Les Misérables.”
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