Clark County Treasurer Shirley Nolot dies at 67 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Janna Ross   
Wednesday, 13 May 2009 00:00

    The local community was saddened last Tuesday morning as citizens learned of the passing of Clark County Treasurer Shirley Nolot.
    Nolot passed away a little after 6 a.m. on Tuesday morning at Clark Memorial Hospital. As the word of her passing filtered through the Clark County Courthouse, where she spent many dedicated years, many were saddened by her death but had smiles cross their faces when memories of Nolot surfaced.
    Nolot was presently the Clark County Treasurer. She also previously held the office of Clark County Recorder for two terms and also was the Trustee for Wood Township.
    Those political figures in Clark County who worked with Nolot were quick to praise her for her continued dedication and effort to help the Clark County taxpayer.
    “Shirley was always calling me with ideas to improve her office,” stated Clark County Council President David Abbott. “She was behind the upgrading of the Recorder’s Office to a computer system. She was always looking out for the taxpayer and how to save more money.”
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 May 2009 12:35
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Continue to help spay and neuter pets by using your Kroger cards PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 13 May 2009 00:00
     You too can help spay and neuter pets just by using your Washington County  Humane Society Kroger card. From the start of the program to December 2008 the Humane Society received $1,780, from the use of the cards, so far this year they have received $600. By using your Humane Society Kroger Card, Kroger gives four percent of  total money spent to the Humane Society. The money received from the Kroger cards are used for the spay/neuter program through the Washington County Humane Society. Washington County is fortunate to have this program available to our community, may Societies have had to stop their program altogether due to lack of funds.
    “Although we are not offering total assistance in the spay/neuter program, as we have done in the past,  we are paying $50 for female dogs, $30 for male dogs, $25 for female cats and $15 for male cats.” We are also looking for grants to help supplement the cost of the program. We are allowing more time for people to use their spay/neuter voucher. The vouchers that are being distributed now, have until August 15 to use, that is double what we used to allow.” stated Glenda
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 May 2009 12:41
 
Armed Forces Night set for Friday, May 15 at Speedway PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 May 2009 00:00
     Friday night racing makes a return to Salem Speedway on May 15, as Armed Forces Night, presented by McDonald’s, takes center stage.  This special end-of-work-week program features the Lucas Oil Super Stocks and Dave & Deb’s Winner’s Circle Street Stocks, plus the inaugural Salem race for the exciting Thunder Roadsters.
The evening of racing action also includes many fun-filled activities, including Exhibition Drags, Burnout Contest, special family pricing, prize giveaways and more.
    Free admission to Armed Forces Night is being offered to all active and reserve U.S. Military Personnel with a valid military ID.
    “This is our way of saying thank you to all of our brave men and women currently serving in the armed forces,” said Salem Speedway general manager Richard Deaton.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 May 2009 12:49
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Salem Man Arrested for Domestic Battery with Serious Bodily Injury PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 May 2009 00:00

    In the late morning hours of Friday, May 8, Detective Andy Squier from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg was called to the Washington County Hospital in Salem to investigate a battery. The battery had allegedly occurred earlier in the day at a residence on Cox Ferry Road in Washington County.
    During Detective Squier’s investigation he learned that a female was allegedly battered in the driveway of a residence located on Cox Ferry Road near Salem. The female was allegedly battered by Brian S. Cooper, 31, of Jackson Street in Salem. As the female was being battered a passerby on Cox Ferry Road saw the incident taking place and stopped. When the passerby stopped, Brian S. Cooper left the scene. When Cooper left the scene the passerby turned into a Good Samaritan and transported the female to the Washington County Hospital for treatment.
    At approximately 1 p.m., Detective Andy Squier spoke to Brian S. Cooper. After Detective Squier talked with Cooper he placed him under arrest for Domestic Battery with Serious Bodily Injury, C Felony. Brian S. Cooper was incarcerated in the Washington County Jail.
    After Detective Squier completed the arrest procedures he executed a search warrant with the assistance of the Washington County Sheriff’s Department at the location of the battery on Cox Ferry Road. The search warrant was executed in an attempt to locate additional evidence.
    This investigation is continuing.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 May 2009 12:52
 
Highland Hills Middle School Girls Track Team places first in Little Hoosier Hills Conference PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 May 2009 00:00
    Last week, the girls track team from Highland Hills Middle School hosted the Little Hoosier Hills Conference Track Meet against five other teams. It is with great pride and a huge congratulations that Coach Lamb announces that the girls won first place. The girls beat a strong Columbus Central team by 14 points. The girls team should be extremely proud as they went undefeated to conclude their season with an amazing record of 23 wins and 0 losses. Coaches of the team were Robka Lamb, Steve Bush, Edlisa Lessig and Alan Roederer.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 May 2009 12:26
 
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