|Wed, Oct 01, 2014 10:14 AM
|Issue of September 24, 2014
Harrison County Parks Supt. Rand Heazlitt requested $50,000 Monday night for a feasibility study to add a 36- to 40-acre lake at South Harrison Park near Elizabeth....more >>
Harrison County Superior Court Judge Roger D. Davis requested $300,000 from the county Monday night at the Harrison County Board of Commissioners meeting. The money is related to the Austin Scott death-penalty case....more >>
A Rhodelia, Ky., man convicted of 20 counts of child molesting learned his sentence last week....more >>
Juanita Cesar has always wanted to own and operate an assisted living facility for those elderly folks who don't yet have a need for a nursing home. And that's exactly what she's done with the purchase of the three-story home at the corner of East Chestnut and Maple streets in downtown Corydon, now called Red Rose Manor assisted living for the elderly....more >>
A Fredericksburg man was injured earlier this month after an ATV crash on private property near Bradford....more >>
Sheriff wants 'best department in state'
March 11, 2014Harrison County Sheriff Rodney (Rod) Seelye took his new officers request to the Harrison County Council Monday night and said it’s part of his and chief Wayne Kessinger’s plan to make the department the best in the state.
...more >> NH celebrates All 'A' achievementMarch 11, 2014With the high school basketball sectional semifinals scheduled to take place in the gymnasium a few hours later, North Harrison held a celebration Friday afternoon with the bleachers packed and a higher noise level than anything the sectional teams could hope for that night.
...more >> Spencer Twp. audit reveals inefficienciesState Board of Accounts finds no criminal activityMarch 11, 2014An audit completed in January revealed the Spencer Township (Frenchtown) Community Center Fund was overdrawn in 2011 and 2012 by amounts of $2,115 and $3,252 respectively.
...more >> SH adjusts transportation director's salaryMarch 11, 2014After a lengthy discussion on the matter, the South Harrison Community School Corp. Board of Trustees voted March 4 at Heth-Washington Elementary School that the salary for transportation director Steve Duley will be increased by $2,000 a year until it is back to a level it was several years ago under former director Sam Day.
...more >> Ordinance exempts mobile political signMarch 11, 2014Wanting to make sure one of his political signs was in compliance, Republican H. Lloyd (Tad) Whitis, who is seeking election for the District 47 State Senate seat, went before the Corydon Planning & Zoning Commission March 3.
...more >> 'Splash & Shiver'Annual fundraiser nets $9,500 for Blue River ServicesMarch 04, 2014The annual Splash & Shiver for Blue River and the 5k Walk and Run events took place Saturday at Buffalo Trace Park near Palmyra. The events are a fundraiser for Blue River Services Inc. This year, with the support of the individuals, organizations and businesses, the event was able to raise $9,500.
...more >> Laconia meeting rescheduledMarch 04, 2014The Laconia Town Board meeting, originally scheduled for this morning, has been postponed due to illness. The meeting is rescheduled for Tuesday, March 11, at 9 a.m., at the town hall.
...more >> Sheriff requests 5 new officersMarch 04, 2014Sheriff Rodney (Rod) Seelye officially requested five new officers Monday morning for the Harrison County Sheriff’s Dept. at the board of commissioners first regularly scheduled meeting in March.
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