|Sat, Oct 25, 2014 10:32 AM
|Issue of October 22, 2014
Ballots, machines could change by 2010 electionThe Harrison County Board of Commissioners heard a request and presentation Monday morning for new voting equipment from Circuit Court Clerk Sherry Brown and Governmental Business Systems account manager Kyle D. Conrad....more >>
Community First Bank, which operates seven offices in Harrison, Crawford and Washington counties, will merge with Clarksville-based First Savings Bank....more >>
The Influenza A (H1N1)/ North American/Human virus, more commonly referred to as the swine flu, has the country on edge after reports of multiple deaths attributed to the viral strain in Mexico and one in the United States. More than 400 cases have been discovered in 36 states and nearly 1,500 cases worldwide....more >>
The civil sexual harassment case against Harrison County Sheriff G. Michael Deatrick and the Harrison County Board of Commissioners will go to a pre-trial hearing in federal court later this week....more >>
Erik Bendl of Louisville has the world in his hand, or at least on a string. Actually, the world is a giant rubber globe connected to a glorified dog leash similar to the other one he holds in his left hand, which is connected to his Rhodesian Ridgeback-Bullmastiff mix named Nice....more >>
The Blue River Association for the Arts invites all artists from Crawford, Harrison and surrounding counties to its next meeting, Wednesday, May 20, at 7 p.m. at the Blue River Café in Milltown....more >>
Council sets field trip to old hospitalApril 28, 2009The Harrison County Council decided Monday night to convene for a tour of the old hospital campus in Corydon with the commissioners and government complex project representatives Monday, May 11, at 4 p.m., before its regular scheduled meeting at 7.
...more >> A stand against violenceApril 28, 2009Putting a stop to violence, especially crimes against women and children, was the focus Thursday evening at a public event on the Corydon town square. It was the fourth annual Take Back the Night
...more >> Dems slam Bush/Daniels‘Red Meat’ served upApril 28, 2009Despite being a non-election year, about 150 Democrats turned out either for the annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner or State Rep. Paul Robertson’s 63rd birthday Saturday evening at Corydon Central High School.
...more >> GOP rips Obama'Red Meat' served upApril 28, 2009Members of the Harrison County Republican Party gathered Sunday evening to honor the first GOP president, Abraham Lincoln. The group not only paid tribute to the country’s 16th president and party founder
...more >> Five-hour standoff ends peacefullyApril 28, 2009A standoff lasting nearly five hours ended peacefully Sunday with the arrest of two people. Anthony Mills of the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department said a resident living in the 2300 block of Chinn Road
...more >> Project could end water woesApril 28, 2009Darin Duncan, secretary and vice president of the Harrison County Regional Sewer District, last Tuesday night asked the Lanesville Community School Corp. Board of Trustees to consider a proposed water demonstration project
...more >> 'Stuff' can be history's storytellerCommunity conversationsApril 28, 2009I am on a massive labeling kick. Yes, I said labeling, as in taking a small piece of paper that is sticky on the back and writing something on it that will identify the item on which it is placed as unique.
...more >> County forced into costly upgradeApril 21, 2009The Harrison County Board of Commissioners sent a request Monday night of $262,000 to the county council for a computer equipment upgrade mandated by the state for the three taxing units in the county: the auditor’s, treasurer’s and assessor’s offices.
...more >> Gone, not forgotten
Shaffer's memory lives on at Remembrance DayApril 21, 2009Just like it has every year, the New Amsterdam Remembrance Day parade began Saturday with two gun shots fired into the air.
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