Deam Lake Hosts 5th Annual Polar Plunge – Raises $65,000 plus PDF Print E-mail

While temperatures Saturday morning were reasonably warm, the water temperature at Deam Lake in Borden, Indiana was a chilly 41° as 362 participants got set to take the “Freezin’ For A Reason” Polar Plunge to Benefit Special Olympics Indiana Area 2.  The pre-event consisted of a costume contest and the event was opened by Jenna Daniel of Charlestown Middle School signing the national anthem and Susan Wheatley of Sacred Heart Church giving the opening prayer to bless the participants as well as the Special Olympics athletes.

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Fugitive from Indiana Captured in Kentucky PDF Print E-mail

In the afternoon hours of Thursday February 16th,   officers from the F.B.I. Safe Streets Task Force, Kentucky State Police, U. S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force, (Great Lakes Region), and the U.S. Marshal’s Service, (Louisville, Kentucky Office), arrested Ronald F. Graham, 38, from New Albany, IN.  He was arrested after a foot chase in Meade County, Kentucky. Ronald F. Graham had been able to elude law enforcement officers at least six times in the past few months.

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Offices up for election during May primary announced PDF Print E-mail

The list of candidates who are currently expected to appear on the ballot in Washington County during the Indiana primary elections has been announced. The offices and their respective candidates are as follows:
President of the United States: Barack Obama (D); Newt Gingrich (R); Ron Paul (R); Mitt Romney (R); Patricia Inez Sandifer (R); Rick Santorum (R)

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WW alum spends day with sports superstars PDF Print E-mail

West Washington alum Katie Hawkins had an exciting time during Super Bowl week in Indianapolis working as freelancer on The Feherty Show.

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Council ups cemetery fees, talks redistricting PDF Print E-mail

The Salem City Council met for their monthly public meeting on the evening of February 13, 2012. 
They first received an update on the Lake John Hays expansion from Mike Goering, engineer and designer on the project. The LJH expansion is intended to raise the lake’s pool level in order to increase capacity and add an estimated year’s supply of water to the reservoir. The council approved the plan back in September of 2010.

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