Salem native brings talent to local stage PDF Print E-mail

Aaron Johnson loved theater from an early age and in June, he is finally getting to give something back to the community that helped instill that love in him.

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Harrison County Historical Society wins AASLH 2015 Leadership in History Award PDF Print E-mail

The American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) proudly announces the winners of the 70th annual Leadership in History Awards, the most prestigious recognition for achievement in the preservation and interpretation of state and local history. This year, AASLH is proud to confer sixty national awards honoring people, projects, exhibits, books, and organizations.    “The Leadership in History Awards is AASLH’s highest distinction and the winners represent the best in the field,” said Trina Nelson Thomas, AASLH Awards Chair and Director, Stark Art & History Venue, Stark Foundation. “This year, we are pleased to distinguish each recipient’s commitment and innovation to the interpretation of history, as well as their leadership for the future of state and local history.”

 

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Sellersburg Town Council planning new monument to honor local soldiers PDF Print E-mail

The Sellersburg Town Council has been working on a way to honor local soldiers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice fighting the Global War on Terrorism. The Town Council, under the leadership of newly elected member Brad Amos, have planned a new monument for Wilkerson Park. The park already has monuments honoring soldiers who died defending our freedom during Vietnam, Korean and World War II. Those monuments are placed around the gazebo at Wilkerson Park. In just a few weeks, a new memorial will be placed at the park located at the corner of E. Utica and N. New Albany Streets in Sellersburg. The beautiful new monument will be dedicated to the soldiers who died fighting the Global War on Terrorism.

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Local woman accused of stealing over $250,000 from Sellersburg company PDF Print E-mail

A Sellersburg woman has been indicted on six counts of wire fraud after allegedly stealing over $250,000 from her employer of 27 years.

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Dedication for new Global War on Terrorism Monument to be held Saturday PDF Print E-mail

This Saturday, July 4, as the country celebrates our Independence, the Town of Sellersburg will also be celebrating. The Sellersburg Town Council, led by Brad Amos, have been working  on a monument to honor local soldiers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom during the Global War on Terrorism. Saturday the new monument located at Wilkerson Park will be unveiled.

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