Christian concert in New Albany at Coffee Crossing Saturday PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 21 January 2010 00:00
    Coffee Crossing on Charlestown Road in New Albany will host a Christian music show on Saturday from 8-11 p.m.
    The group performing will be Brady Enders and The Delicate.
    Enders has been singing all his life, but he picked up the guitar six years and has been playing music ever since.
    He said his love for music started at an early age while he and his brother went to sleep to the sound of their father singing and softly strumming the strings.
    “Each string presented a peaceful melancholy,” he said.
    When they weren't singing Enders' father would play Enya, as well as others.
    “I began to truly envelop myself in my music and bring only truth, with great conviction,” Enders said.
    He went on to study musical composition at Indiana University Southeast and he has composed more than 100 songs between the ages of 16-20.
    “I write and record all of my own music, and love to glorify God in every sentence and phrase before me,” Enders said.  
    Admission to Saturday's show is free. Those attending are encouraged to arrive early as seating is limited.
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 January 2010 12:36
 
Borden Loses To Austin PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 21 January 2010 00:00
    Borden came out with a very different game plan in a loss to Austin Friday night. Borden attempted to take a much stronger Austin team out of their game, and for the first half it worked. But the second half was much different as Borden lost 56 to 31.
    Austin won the tip and with the first possession went to Raichel in the corner for three. It would be the only three-point shot made in the half.
When Borden came back down it was obvious something was different. Borden worked the ball around the perimeter and slowed the game way down. Borden controlled the ball for three-fourths of the first half. In doing so they kept Austin from establishing a game plan they are accustom to.
    Borden was so intent on controlling the ball they took very few shots in the first quarter. By Borden holding the ball such a high percentage of the time Austin had few opportunities to shoot. The score was only Austin 7 - Borden 1 at the end of the first quarter.
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 January 2010 12:36
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Annual Bill Cope Chili Supper to be held January 30 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 21 January 2010 00:00
    Once again, it’s time for the annual Bill Cope Chili Supper. Mr. Cope was a teacher at East Washington who dedicated a large portion of his life to our students. He passed away July 1997 after a battle with cancer. This chili supper is a fund raising effort to continue his spirit of generosity by providing a scholarship in his name to an Eastern High School graduate. The 13th annual chili supper is hosted by the East Washington Dollars for Scholars
    The chili supper will take place in the Eastern high school cafeteria in Pekin on Saturday, January 30 prior to the boys’ basketball games with Salem. Serving will begin at 4:30 p.m. and will continue until 7 p.m. A meal of chili, drink, sandwich or hotdog and dessert is $4.75. A la carte items include: Sandwich- $1.25, Chili-$1.50; Desserts- $1; Drinks (with refill)$1.50.
    If you can not attend this event but still wish to support this event you may send a tax deductible donation payable to East Washington Scholarship Fund. Your support is much needed and appreciated.
    Please mail to: East Washington Elementary School, c/o Terry Thixton, Councelor, 1050 No, Eastern School Rd,  Pekin, IN 47165. Or please call at 967-2929, ext 5715.   
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 January 2010 12:37
 
Jackson Township Volunteer Fire Department to hold Chili Supper PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 21 January 2010 00:00
    Jackson Township Volunteer Fire Department will be holding a chili supper on Saturday, February 6 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Suppers cost $5 per person and include chili, peanut butter sandwich, dessert and coffee or tea. There will be three different styles of chili: mild, medium and hot.
    Donations for desserts are needed and any donations are greatly appreciated. Proceeds will benefit the fire department.
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 January 2010 12:38
 
Giardia has nothing to do with Salem water issue PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Thursday, 21 January 2010 00:00
    There was misinformation reported in the January 20 edition of The Washington County Edition from the Salem City Council's Jan. 11 meeting.
    The story stated that William Gollnitz of Wittman Hydro Planning out of Bloomington said Salem's water problem is related to giardia.
    Actually what was said is that the cause of Salem's taste and odor issue is geosmin and the two are very different.
    “Giardia is something we have to start sampling for this year,” said Salem Water Superintendent Russell Brown. “Part of our treatment requirements are to make sure we chlorinate at high enough levels to disinfect for giardia and that's one thing that is making the taste and odor issue worse, because of where our chlorination is located in the plant. We can't change that and still maintain our compliance for the giardia level.”
    Brown and Salem Mayor David Bower started receiving phone calls (Jan. 21) as citizens read the article and became concerned about local water containing giardia, which is parasite that can come from dead animals that decay over time, leaves and twigs which then get into the water supply.
    Geosmin is a chemical compound that is released when certain types of algae are killed. When the chlorine oxidizes that algae, it releases those compounds and that is what causes those taste and odor issues, according to Brown.
    Green Banner Publications apologizes for the error.    
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 January 2010 12:53
 
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