Bennie Pratt of Austin Indiana was reported missing on Wednesday, October 12, at 10 p.m. According to family members Pratt had been dropped off at the Leota Trail head of the Knobstone Trail at approximately 9:30 a.m.. Family Members had intended to pick Pratt up at the Elk Creek trail head before dark on the evening of the 12th. At 10:00 P.M. Pratt had not arrived and the family members contacted the Washington County Sheriff’’s department.
Newly Remodeled Save-A-Lot to open doors today with ribbon cutting
Customers will be happy to know that the grand opening of the newly remodeled Save-A-Lot will be re-opening in Scottsburg today (Wednesday) and The Depot Express will open in the very near future at its current location in on the corner McClain Avenue and South Bond Street (Coonies Corner).
Austin’s Jeremy Johnson heading to Semi-State with Sectional win, Regional third
Austin senior Jeremy Johnson is concluding his high school cross country career with honors, taking the individual 2011 Sectional title on October 4 at Hanover and then placing third in the boys’ Regional at Bedford-North Lawrence on Saturday, October 8. Johnson won the honors at the Sectional with a time of 16:40, nearly nine seconds ahead of the next runner, Landon Perry of Madison. Silver Creek, which won team honors, placed four runners in the top ten.
Charlestown Police urge Halloween safety during city-wide Halloween “Trick or Treating” from 6 to 9 p.m. as well as the Charlestown Beatification Committee’s annual “Trunk or Treat” on the square from 6 to 8 p.m. has been scheduled to occur on Monday evening, October 31.
The Salem High School girls’ cross country team claimed the regional championship last Saturday at Bedford North Lawrence. “All of the girls should really be proud of this win,” said Head Coach Roger Bundy. “They ran awesome! We had five of our seven runners achieve PR’s (personal records) which means we are peaking at the right time.