Two Pirates named to 2009 Football All?State Team PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 December 2009 00:00
    The Pirate football team whom recently finished another successful season with a final record of 7-3 including going undefeated in the Mid?Southern Conference play for a third consecutive MSC title; had two
players named Class 3A All?State.
    Senior defensive lineman Clay Daniel and junior defensive lineman Jon Slaten have been named to the Indiana Football Coaches Association All?State Team, in their respective classes.
    For a complete list of Indiana Football Coaches Association honorees, go to http://ifca.zebras.net/ifca/index.cfm.
    For more information about Charlestown Pirate Football, go to
www.CharlestownPiratePride.com/Football.htm.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 December 2009 09:25
 
U of L Women's Basketball Team to host public PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 December 2009 00:00
    The University of Louisville women's basketball team is coming to town!
    Spots for students in the free basketball clinic with the notable U of L team at the YMCA of Southern Indiana's Floyd County Branch in New Albany on Monday, December 28, filled rapidly.
    But the general public will have an opportunity to meet and greet the team members and head coach Jeff Walz afterward that day at Steinert's Grill and Pub, 401 E. Main St., between noon and 1 p.m.
    Individuals and families of all ages may drop by to meet the area athletes and also dine in the grill on their own if they wish. Reservations are not necessary.
    For more information, call Amber Ridings, the YMCA's teen, family, and sports director, at (812) 283-9622 / Ext. 121.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 December 2009 09:51
 
Relay for Life Kick-Off Party PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 December 2009 00:00
    Relay for Life of Harrison County will host its Kick-Off on Tuesday, January 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the Corydon Central High School Cafeteria. Cancer patients, survivors and caregivers can attend to learn more about how the Relay for Life benefits the lifesaving work of the American Cancer Society. Anyone interested in starting a team for their workplace, family, church group or organization can come and find out how to participate. Relay for Life will be held June 11 & 12 at the Corydon High School Track.
    This year Relay for Life of Harrison County will reach $1 million. All teams from the past 14 years are invited to join this year as a legacy team. Fighting cancer means our friends and loved ones have the chance to celebrate more birthdays. We will celebrate these birthdays and work toward a million more at the Relay Kick-off.      
    Refreshments will be served.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 December 2009 09:52
 
Scott County says 'Merry Christmas' by supporting 2009 We Care, helping children PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Wednesday, 23 December 2009 00:00
    Though the total was a little lower than what was collected in 2008, people in Scott County and surrounding areas certainly did their best to support the 2009 We Care to the tune of $70,351.50.
    Thanks to the many contributions of items for the annual auction and the efforts of scores of volunteers, We Care will be helping 1,582 children. Funds raised go to buy these youngsters new winter coats, shoes and other clothing. The average spent per child is $44.47.
    Most of the children being helped this year are in Scott School Districts 1 and 2. District 1 has 653 participating, while District 2 has 557.
    Other children receive help as well. There are 285 at Kids Place in Scottsburg that will receive warm clothing, a number that increased this year by 69 because of the need present in the county.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 December 2009 09:56
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Area Plan Commission allows man living in school bus time to change situation PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Wednesday, 23 December 2009 00:00
    Carl Butera has a year to change his living circumstances, thanks to a decision reached by members of the Scott County Area Plan Commission (APC) at a meeting held Wednesday night, December 9.
    Five APC members were in attendance, chairman Dale Hobbs, David Kilburn, Jim Boswell, Jim Craig and Ed Cozart. It was Kilburn's last meeting because he submitted his resignation after serving for three years as Mayor Bill Graham's representative. It was Cozart's second; he was recently appointed by Scott County Commissioners to take the seat of the late John McDonald. Member Donald Wilkerson was absent because of another obligation. The seventh seat is to be filled by the county extension agent, a position which has not yet been filled by Purdue University.
    Also on hand were APC Executive Director Jamie Knowles and APC attorney Mike Carter.
    The matter before the Commission involved Carl Butera, a man who is buying a one-acre plot on Frog Pond Road from Rex Plessinger. It wasn't the size of the property in question because it was in that configuration prior to the adoption of a county zoning ordinance. The current ordinance requires two acres and 200 feet of road frontage in unincorporated area.
    Rather, the APC had received a complaint before its November meeting about Butera's home, an old school bus which he had converted into what he considers a residence. Butera had been living in the bus near Blocher for several years, but a complaint against his living quarters was not filed until he moved the bus to the property he is buying.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 December 2009 10:03
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