|Sun, Sep 21, 2014 06:09 PM
|Issue of September 17, 2014
Harrison County Sheriff Rodney (Rod) Seelye gave a presentation Monday morning to the Harrison County Board of Commissioners, detailing the need for more police officers in the sheriff's department....more >>
With a winter that has seen plenty of days at below-freezing temperatures, some residents are boiling at the cost of propane....more >>
A Mauckport man was found dead in a burned Airstream motor home yesterday morning (Tuesday)....more >>
Potential candidates are running out of time to file to run for office. Residents can do so at the Harrison County Clerk's office in the court house in downtown Corydon until noon Friday....more >>
"How would you feel if someone had to vote on whether you could marry the person you love or not?"...more >>
The jury trial of a man accused of molesting two young girls started yesterday (Tuesday) in Harrison Superior Court....more >>
Harrison County learned yesterday (Tuesday) it was awarded $4.2 million of transportation funds from the Indiana Dept. of Transportation for phase 2 of the Lanesville Connector Road project, according to the Harrison County Highway Dept....more >>
Defense lawyers in Dr. Paul Kelty's criminal case were unsuccessful in an attempt to get charges dismissed Friday in Harrison Superior Court....more >>
Corydon Presbyterian Church recently welcomed interim pastor Mark McDaniel to its congregation....more >>
Lanesville schools seek 17-cent tax levyJanuary 28, 2014By a unanimous decision at its Jan. 21 meeting, the Lanesville Community School Corp. Board of Trustees voted to place a public question on the May ballot, asking if there is support of a school tax levy of up to, but not exceeding, 17 cents per $100 of assessed property value.
...more >> Town gathers to create a visionLaconia begins developing 20-year planJanuary 28, 2014The Laconia Town Council asked for people to participate in a “visioning workshop” last week, and a few dozen of the town’s 50 or so residents responded by showing up on a chilly night.
...more >> Jail renovation completeInmates help keep cost downJanuary 28, 2014The Harrison County Board of Commissioners closed out final documents on the Justice Center/jail renovation project Tuesday evening, Jan. 21, at its regular meeting. The project met substantial completion on Dec. 1.
...more >> Arrests help crack theft ringJanuary 28, 2014Indiana Conservation Officers arrested a Palmyra man Jan. 20 and uncovered clues linking him and others to multiple burglaries and thefts in the Southern Indiana area.
...more >> Cost of stamps rises three centsJanuary 28, 2014Citing the continued financial struggles of the U.S. Postal Service, officials hiked the cost of stamps Sunday three cents to 49 cents per stamp, its largest increase in 11 years. The postal service reported a loss of $5 billion last year.
...more >> Hope, new life leads Walton to ChristJanuary 28, 2014The only life Jason Walton knew growing up in Pekin was that of drugs and alcohol. When he was a child, he thought his father was the most popular person around because, as a drug dealer, there was always people in and out of their home. Walton wanted to be just like his father.
...more >> Legislative Update planned for SaturdayJanuary 28, 2014State Sen. Richard D. Young Jr., D-Milltown, and State Rep. Rhonda Rhoads, R-Corydon, will discuss legislative issues with the public Saturday morning, from 8 to 10, in the Superior Courtroom of the Harrison County Justice Center in Corydon.
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