Highline Tree Cutting, LLC volunteers to clean up local cemetery PDF Print E-mail

“They called me within a few hours of the request for help. I was so grateful for their interest. Caleb called and I talked with him about what we were looking for. He jumped right in and offered to volunteer to clean up Little Union Cemetery,” stated David Abbott, Clark County Cemetery Commission President.

Salem’s Swimming Sisters PDF Print E-mail

By Monika Spaulding
Special Correspondent

Many children, at some point, have thought it would be awesome to live with their best friend; to have sleepovers every night and do everything together.

Great teacher, tennis coach touched many young lives at Austin schools PDF Print E-mail

Charles “Chuck” Gabbard, a longtime teacher for Scott School District 1 as well as a heck of a tennis coach, died on Friday, January 23, at the age of 77 at the Hampton Oaks Health Campus in Scottsburg.

Bradie Shrum fifth-grader gets a very special birthday surprise! many young lives at Austin schools PDF Print E-mail

There are birthdays and then there are BIRTHDAYS!

Former North Harrison runner is NCAA champion PDF Print E-mail

Former North Harrison cross country and track standout and current USI student-athlete Johnny

Guy, Palmyra, paid a visit to the Statehouse last week as Senator Vaneta Becker and Senator Erin

Houchin honored him for winning the NCAA Champion in the 10,000-meter run.

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