|Wed, Oct 22, 2014 12:52 AM
|Issue of October 15, 2014
Felonies switch from classes to levels July 1On July 1, for the first time in more than 35 years, sweeping alterations to Indiana's criminal code will go into effect....more >>
Sheriff's department asks other victims to come forwardA 27-year-old English mother of three children was arrested Friday after she allegedly lied about having a terminal medical condition and received money raised from fundraisers that were supposed to benefit her medical and burial costs....more >>
Harrison County Veterans Service Officer Marion Wallace told the county council Monday night he's ready to retire from the position after more than 11 years but will do his best to make it to the end of the year....more >>
Summer is definitely here as the mid-90s temperatures have made an appearance, and, for those ready to ring in the heat season, the Harrison County SummerFest, presented by Lucas Oil, is scheduled for this weekend at the Harrison County Fairgrounds in Corydon....more >>
The new Harrison County adult chief probation officer said she recognized her calling while in high school....more >>
Beginning with the 2014-15 school year, Noah's Ark Preschool will offer full-day preschool Monday through Friday, and it's free to qualified children, thanks to the Harrison County Community Foundation's Jump Start Initiative....more >>
The Harrison County Regional Sewer District agreed last Wednesday morning to move forward with a security system from Byrne Satellite for the Berkshire Wastewater Treatment plant east of New Salisbury....more >>
The Harrison County Economic Development Corp. recently purchased 54-plus acres in north Corydon near the Harrison County Hospital campus and plans to help get the property developed with the intent to create jobs....more >>
Operation DAD rounds up delinquent child supportersJune 17, 2014It turned out to be a not-so-great Father’s Day for a number of people in Harrison County as the Harrison County Prosecutor’s Office and Harrison County Sheriff’s Dept. executed Operation Deadbeat and Delinquent (DAD) Sunday night and early Monday morning.
...more >> NH schools among the state’s topJune 17, 2014Administrators and staff at the North Harrison Community School Corp. were prepped to celebrate their achievements earlier this year, but a glitch in a computer program delayed sharing the news until recently.
...more >> Couple has no quibbles with their wineryJune 17, 2014Steve and Jamie Kraft have enjoyed their secluded home near Palmyra for the past 18 years. Now, the couple welcomes visitors, including strangers, to their property at 338 Gowers Lane NW, Depauw.
...more >> End of eras at South HarrisonJune 17, 2014The June 3 meeting of the South Harrison Community School Corp. Board of Trustees at the Edmund (Ed) F. Schneider Administration Center marked the end of several eras.
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