Trio ‘visiting’ old cemetery among those recently arrested on drug charges PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Wednesday, 25 May 2016 06:17

People who plan to party at cemeteries in the county ought to make other plans.

Washington County courthouse one of the 10 most endangered historic sites in Indiana PDF Print E-mail
The Washington County Courthouse got an important distinction that could help the county secure grant funds for needed repairs. 
Charlestown officials unveil 20-year Comprehensive Plan PDF Print E-mail
Driving around the city square in Charlestown Tuesday evening, May 24, citizens could tell something was a buzz in Charlestown City Hall. Walking into the Charlestown City Council Meeting Room, one could quickly see this was not a council meeting night as the room was filled with boards describing in detail the future of the city. Charlestown Mayor Bob Hall was welcoming citizens in front of the room as he also took the time to discuss the 20 year Comprehensive Plan for the City of Charlestown.
60 Days In was number one unscripted show in cable rankings PDF Print E-mail
To say A & E network’s reality TV show featuring the Clark County jail was a success would be an understatement.
US 31 Closes Next Tuesday Between US 50-SR 250 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 24 May 2016 12:49

JACKSON COUNTY, Ind.—The Indiana Department of Transportation plans to close U.S. Highway 31 between U.S. 50 and State Road 250 in Jackson County for 14 days while contracted crews remove and replace a 2400-foot section of concrete pavement at Kriete Corner. The closure is tentatively scheduled to begin after Memorial Day—weather permitting—on Tuesday, May 31.
U.S. 31 will be open to the construction site for local traffic coming from the north. There will be no local access between Kriete Corner and S.R. 250. All through traffic should detour around the closure via Interstate 65.
This work is part of a $5,188,987 rehabilitation project along 21 miles of U.S. 31 between U.S. 50 and Lake Road south of Scottsburg.
Dave O’Mara, the state’s contractor, is charged with making full-depth concrete patches and partial-depth asphalt patches on rural segments of U.S. 31 in Jackson and Scott Counties. In addition to pavement repairs, the north-south highway will be milled and resurfaced through Crothersville between Marshall Street and Cindy Lane, and through Scottsburg and Austin between Lake Road and the Muscatatuck River overflow bridge.
Excavation and extensive concrete patching is scheduled to begin at Scottsburg and Austin on Monday, June 6.
The contract also includes concrete repairs and joint sealing at the I-65 bridge. This part of U.S. 31 has a traffic count of 15,420 vehicles per day.
The contract completion date is November 15.

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