|Sat, Sep 20, 2014 06:13 AM
|Issue of September 17, 2014
The Harrison County Council Monday night voted to approve GIS tracking devices for Harrison County Highway Dept. vehicles by a 5-2 vote, after it failed to receive enough votes to pass last month....more >>
The morning may have been chilly but it didn't stop 42 teams consisting of people of all ages, both male and female, from participating in the third annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in downtown Corydon. About 600 pink balloons decorated the town square....more >>
With the forecast of potential severe weather during the evening hours tomorrow (Thursday), which is Halloween, Lanesville trick-or-treat times — both for the town and the Lanesville Jaycees — have been changed to Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. Halloween in Elizabeth will be held as scheduled at the South Harrison Community Center on Halloween night....more >>
Two men were killed in separate vehicle crashes last week....more >>
Don't forget to turn your clocks back one hour Saturday night to Eastern Standard Time. Daylight Saving Time officially ends at 2 a.m. Sunday....more >>
Jill Saegesser, a grant writer for the Harrison County Regional Sewer District board, informed the board Oct. 16 that payments to contractors on the New Salisbury sanitary sewer district project may be delayed because of the 16-day federal government shutdown....more >>
Parade winners at the 79th annual Corydon Halloween Parade are as follows: Best antique car — Old Town Store, 1969 Dodge Charger; Best Float — Old Capitol United Methodist Church, first; Little Blessings Daycare, second; Happy Days Daycare, third; Best walking group — Phantom of the Opera by Bram Kitterman and Patti Motsinger; Best Performing Group — Crawford County Showstoppers; and Best Animal Group — Horsie Girls....more >>
Jeff Skaggs, coordinator of the Harrison County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition for more than a decade, was humbled by a state award he received....more >>
The Chamber of Commerce of Harrison County is launching a multi-tiered survey to gauge usage of the Internet and the need of high-speed Internet....more >>
Local marching bands ended their season Saturday, with the Corydon Central Vanguard competing in the Indiana State School Music Association's Scholastic Class finals for small bands and the North Harrison Marching Cougars and Crawford County Marching Wolfpack at ISSMA's semi-state of Open Class....more >>
County museum may find home downtownHistorical society has eye on old jail buildingOctober 22, 2013The Harrison County Board of Commissioners gave its blessing Monday night to Historical Society of Harrison County president Karen Schwartz to pursue a plan for a Harrison County museum at the old jail/archives building in downtown Corydon.
...more >> Corydon fit to be 'Tied Up in Knotts'Don Knotts' daughter to perform Nov. 1
October 22, 2013There will be an opportunity next month to connect with one of television’s most popular characters, Barney Fife from “The Andy Griffith Show,” played by Don Knotts.
...more >> Bands continue season another weekOctober 22, 2013The shows will go on for another Saturday, as marching bands throughout the state travel to selected sites to compete. Some hope to score high enough to earn a place in the state finals, while others look to impress the judges to earn top honors.
...more >> South Harrison schools may add archery programOctober 22, 2013At its Oct. 1 meeting at Corydon Intermediate School, the South Harrison Community School Corp. Board of Trustees agreed to pursue grant funding and to permit the establishment of school-based archery clubs at Corydon Central High School and South Central Junior-Senior High School, if funding is awarded.
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