Highlanders gain finals in football sectional; defeat New Albany 34-28 to get there PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 November 2009 00:00
    The Floyd Central Highlanders used grit and determination in a 34-28 win over nemesis New Albany in the semi finals of the Class 4A football sectional. The Highlanders will play Castle in the finals of their sectional in a home game for the sectional title Friday night.
    It was anything but a cakewalk for the Highlanders in the win. A driving rain for the third Friday night in the last four weeks made for a messy playing field.
    The wind clocked in at around 25 miles per hour in the first half, and Floyd got off to a 21-7 lead after a quarter of play.
    Max Guenther was the Highlander responsible for throwing the passes that led to all three 1st quarter touchdowns.
    New Albany struck first, though, when Jalen Forrest ran 89 yards for the score off of scrimmage.
    Floyd answered when Guenther threw a 28 yard pass to Kyle Bramble for a score, and after three New Albany turnovers, Guenther threw a 46 yard pass to Matt Lowe for the second of the three 1st quarter Highlander touchdowns.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 November 2009 09:07
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History of Farm Bureau Families to be discussed at Franklin Township Meeting PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 November 2009 00:00
    Robert L. Schickel, District X Director for Indiana Farm Bureau, Inc. will be guest speaker at the Franklin Township Farm Bureau meeting Tuesday evening, November 10. Schickel served as District X Field man for 21 years prior to his election as State Director for Farm Bureau representing this same district. District X Farm Bureau is composed of twelve counties. The counties are Harrison, Floyd, Clark, Washington, Scott, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Switzerland, Ohio, Dearborn and Ripley (bordering the Ohio river) in southeast Indiana.   
    Schickel will use a power point program to explain in detail the three “Farm Bureau Families”.
    The meeting and the program will be preceded with a pot-luck dinner at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria of the Lanesville Junior-Senior High school. Farm Bureau members are asked to bring a vegetable and a salad or dessert. Meat, drinks and tableware will be provided by the Farm Bureau.
    Guy Heitkemper, Franklin Township Farm Bureau chairman encourages Farm Bureau members and guests to attend this informational meeting.  “It should be very interesting to many of us as we learn of the formative years of the three Farm Bureau families”, Heitkemper said.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 November 2009 09:09
 
Four People Arrested and Six ATV’s and Other Items Recovered PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 November 2009 00:00
    Detectives and Troopers from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg are still on the hunt for stolen ATV’s and other items such as riding lawn mowers and chain saws after an investigation that began late Thursday night, October 15. Detectives and troopers from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg served a search warrant at 9270 Bird Trail Road NW in Depauw, (Harrison County), after they received information of possible stolen items being at that property. After the search warrant was served troopers recovered an allegedly stolen ATV, an allegedly stolen Dune Buggy and an allegedly stolen utility trailer.
    Troopers took four people into custody, Ernest R. Brown, Jr., 29, 9270 Bird Trail Road NW, Depauw, Sara J. Brown, 26, 9270 Bird Trail Road NW, Depauw, Karen A. Billharz, 53, 9270 Bird Trail Road NW, Depauw, and Jeremy S. McAllister, 41, 9270 Bird Trail Road NW, Depauw.  All four arrested were charged with Possession of Stolen Property, D Felony and Possession of Property with a Removed VIN Number, D Felony. All four were incarcerated in the Harrison County Jail immediately following the search warrant.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 November 2009 09:10
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IACE Spell Bowl competition PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 November 2009 00:00
    Approximately 4,500 students in grades 4, 5, and 6 from around the state are preparing for the 17th annual Elementary Spell Bowl competition which will take place at over 20 sites around the state on Thursday evening, November 19. Over 400 teams of eight students each will compete. The competition for the Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott, and Washington county areas will be held at Borden Elementary School. The competition will begin at 5:30 p.m.
    The Indiana Academic Spell Bowl is a team concept with no individual winners. Each round consists of one team member writing the correct spelling of seven words while competing against one team member from each other school. Students are seated on the gym floor for the competition. Each word is graded immediately and an individual scoring chart maintains a running team score as the evening progresses. While students are waiting to compete, they sit in a cheer block to cheer for their teammates.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 November 2009 09:11
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Residents around old Marysville Lake leery of religious group's campgrounds plan PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 November 2009 00:00
    Members of the Scott County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) held an unusually long hearing on October 14 so that those concerned about a Jeffersonville-based religious group's plans for development at the old Marysville Pay Lake property could voice their opinions.
    Joseph Mullen is the construction manager for Voice of God Recordings Inc., the religious group which wants to develop the area into a campground and overnight facility for its members and its youth. Mullen and Daniel Evans, Voice of God public relations officer, presented those plans before the BZA and some 20 people that evening. BZA members present included chairman Gary Green, Sandee Owens, Dale Hobbs and Don Wilkerson. Also present was Area Plan Commission Director Jamie Knowles.
    The group wanted a Conditional Use Variance (CUV) to allow the development of a Christian retreat at the lake, located on South Pleasant Ridge Road in Lexington Township. Mullen said Voice of God is a missionary group which operates worldwide to enrich people with the Christian experience as well as provide counseling and guidance. Voice of God is also in the recording and publishing business. The group's website offers more information on the business and church activities.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 November 2009 09:14
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