|Sat, Oct 25, 2014 06:07 PM
|Issue of October 22, 2014
The final design is still being worked out, but, if renderings of a revamped Indian Creek Marketplace presented to the Corydon Town Council last week by architect Brian Lindroth of Michell Timperman Ritz come to fruition, the revitalization of downtown Corydon would likely receive another shot in the arm....more >>
The Harrison County Board of Commissioners Monday night heard a proposal for two school resource officers for the South Harrison Community School Corp. at a cost of just more than $43,000....more >>
No charges filed against woman who killed boyfriendCalling it a case of self-defense, Harrison County Prosecutor J. Otto Schalk said Friday that no charges will be filed against a Ramsey woman who shot and killed her boyfriend earlier this year....more >>
DNR agrees land can be perpetually farmedAfter hearing the Morvin's Landing presentation at last week's Harrison County Council meeting, Mauckport resident and opponent of the plan Kent Yeager said the new option, which guarantees the opportunity for perpetual farming on the majority of the land, is "considerably better."...more >>
The Indiana Dept. of Local Government Finance will have a public hearing tomorrow (Thursday) at 9 a.m. in the Commissioner/Council Room at the Harrison County Government Center in south Corydon....more >>
Following questions about her residency, Peggy Bullington resigned Nov. 11 from the Marengo Town Council....more >>
Separate benefits are planned for Saturday for two Grantsburg men who are battling cancer....more >>
HCCF hopes to enhance area educationEarly education program to being in JanuaryNovember 12, 2013Test scores for Harrison County public school students have been solidly above average and improving but still lag behind the leading schools in Indiana. The Harrison County Community Foundation hopes to play a major part in moving those scores ahead.
...more >> Budget forces road improvement changesCounty turns to chip, fog seals and rejuvenatesNovember 12, 2013Harrison County residents may have noticed that the road they live on or one they travel on has been treated differently this year with chip and seal or a rejuvenating fog seal instead of the usual repaving of asphalt. And there’s a reason for that.
...more >> Woman dies in early-morning crashNovember 12, 2013A Corydon woman was killed and her grandchild suffered serious injuries yesterday morning (Tuesday) in a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of S.R. 135 and Fairview Church Road south of Corydon.
...more >> Morvin's Landing project back on agendaCommissioners pass request to council, againNovember 05, 2013Harrison County Parks Dept. Director Rand Heazlitt Monday morning, after receiving encouragement from members of the general public, again requested funding from the county for the Morvin’s Landing preserve/park project east of Mauckport.
...more >> Binkley Cave system breaks into top 10November 05, 2013The latest investigation by a four-person speleological survey team has just added 1,763 feet of a recently discovered section of the Binkley Cave system known as The Wild Wild West.
...more >> Jury selection to start in Lee trialNovember 05, 2013Jury selection will start today (Wednesday) for a trial involving a Depauw couple charged with four counts of Class A misdemeanor cruelty to an animal and one count of Class D felony neglect of a dependent in 2011.
...more >> Emporium remains exhibit siteLincoln display runs through monthNovember 05, 2013Dan Bays, county historian, and other volunteers continue to run the Civil War exhibit in the downtown Emporium, featuring all sorts of relics from the Battle of Corydon and currently features a “Looking at Lincoln: Political Cartoons from the Civil War Era” display.
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