|Wed, Oct 22, 2014 05:37 AM
|Issue of October 15, 2014
Altercation ends with shot allegedly firedA Grantsburg man was arrested early Thursday morning after an alleged altercation with his wife that ended with him allegedly shooting her car as she was leaving....more >>
The Harrison County Council and Board of Commissioners met together April 9 to discuss the "what if" analysis of riverboat gaming funds spending created by the council's financial planning committee....more >>
The Democrat ballots for the May 6 Primary Election will include four candidates for Indiana's Ninth District congressional seat....more >>
The Harrison County Alternative Education Center began operations in 2003 and it had the same director for the first 10 years. After Debbie Heazlitt retired last summer, a new face, Shelly Abel, has taken over in the "basement" of the Health and Education Building in Corydon....more >>
The Harrison County Regional Sewer District met last Wednesday and the topic again centered around the possible MS4 (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System) distinction for the county....more >>
Rick Wimp said he didn't consider it a big deal....more >>
A recent post on the social networking site Facebook and the reaction — or lack thereof — that followed caused a stir in Harrison County last week....more >>
Council OKs $10K for HCCS matchApril 15, 2014The Harrison County Council Monday night agreed to give $10,000 to the Harrison County Community Services endowment fund at the Harrison County Community Foundation to take advantage of this month’s two-to-one match program.
...more >> Primary challenge for YoungApril 15, 2014The Republican ballots for the May 6 Primary Election will include three candidates for Indiana’s Ninth District congressional seat. Incumbent Todd Young of Bloomington, Mark G. Jones of Indianapolis and Kathy Lowe-Heil of Elizabeth are seeking their party’s nomination
...more >> Innkeepers revenue continues to climbApril 15, 2014Harrison County’s Innkeepers Tax collection for 2013 was the highest total since 2007, Jeremy Yackle, the county’s Convention & Visitors Bureau executive director, reported Thursday at the tourism commission’s regular meeting.
...more >> Former trooper's life rememberedApril 15, 2014Indiana State Police Master Trooper and Det. Rick Magill, who died Nov. 18, 2013, from complications resulting from a stroke, was honored last Tuesday night for his dedication to helping victims of child abuse.
...more >> NH policy cracks down on unpaid mealsApril 15, 2014In less than 30 minutes Thursday night, the North Harrison Community School Corp. Board of Trustees adopted a policy regarding the payment and collection of breakfasts and lunches, approved a memorandum of understanding for 2014 retirees
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