|Fri, Dec 20, 2013 10:28 PM
|Issue of December 18, 2013
Earlier this month, Harrison County Prosecutor J. Otto Schalk explained to the freshman class at Lanesville Junior-Senior High School that the days of students being able to hide behind their computers to bully other students, without any consequence, are over....more >>
St. Joe asks for riverboat money for structure repairsThe Harrison County Board of Commissioners heard a request for funding from St. Joseph Catholic School to help with a number of structural issues inside and outside of the elementary (pre-kindergarten through sixth grade) school building in Corydon....more >>
The main attraction to the Indian Creek Trail portion in Hayswood Nature Reserve is the refurbished bridge that crosses Indian Creek. Officials have hinted that another former county bridge could be added to the trail when it is completed to downtown Corydon, and Monday evening the Harrison County Board of Commissioners received a cost estimate for the project....more >>
Driver was fleeing from police; council calls special meetingA Mauckport woman was killed Friday night when the driver of the vehicle she was riding in lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a tree while allegedly fleeing from police....more >>
Indiana conservation officers are conducting an investigation after a canoe capsized on Blue River on Friday night....more >>
Hayswood Theatre in Corydon will host a new play about a Harrison County native who was classically trained in the fine arts who could only afford to paint on scrap cardboard at the time of his death....more >>
Frederick's relocates across Corydon squareLocation, location, location....more >>
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Harrison County will host a kick-off event Monday at the Harrison County Community Foundation building, located at 1523 Foundation Way in Corydon....more >>
Two new policies for the North Harrison Community School Corp. had their first reading this month: Use of Seclusion, Restraint and Aversion with Students and Anti-Bullying....more >>
The final Bluegrass on the Square Concert for the 2013 season will be Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m., featuring No Tools Loaned and headlined by Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice....more >>
Accused teens appear in courtAugust 13, 2013Tears flowed from several people in attendance as the two 18-year-olds accused of murdering a Greenville couple Aug. 3 had their initial hearing in Harrison Superior Court last Wednesday afternoon.
...more >> WOTS sees leap in attendanceAugust 13, 2013A large crowd of people gathered in the Corydon town square Saturday for the 14th annual World on the Square family festival, hosted by Community Unity.
...more >> Seelye: HCSD now more attractive, competitiveCouncil approves upgraded retirement planAugust 13, 2013The Harrison County Council Monday evening approved an upgraded retirement plan for the Harrison County Sheriff’s Dept., making it more attractive and competitive for current and prospective officers.
...more >> Council narrowly OKs raises for foremenAugust 13, 2013The Harrison County Council Monday evening approved a raise for the three Harrison County Highway Dept. foremen by a narrow vote of 4-3, and it took two votes, as well as persuading from Commissioner Kenny Saulman, to get it passed.
...more >> 4 to 8 weeks left for road projectAugust 13, 2013Nearly a month into a new school year, buses for the South Harrison Community School Corp. are having to either take detours or bounce their students along Corydon-New Middletown Road, which is in the middle of a resurfacing project and is currently gravel in a 4,500-foot stretch of the roadway.
...more >> Repair, resurfacing begins on 62, 337August 13, 2013Construction signs are up along state roads 62 and 337 at Corydon for an $884,900 pavement project awarded by the Indiana Dept. of Transportation to Gohmann Asphalt & Construction.
...more >> Capelle's contract at SH extendedAugust 13, 2013By a majority vote of the South Harrison Community School Corp. Board of Trustees on Aug. 6 at the Edmund (Ed) F. Schneider Administration Building, Corydon Central High School Principal Jennie Capelle had her contract extended 261 days to June 30, 2015.
...more >> Teens charged in murdersAugust 06, 2013Two 18-year-old males are behind bars in Floyd County after allegedly murdering a Harrison County couple Saturday morning in what police say was a robbery that went wrong. Formal murder charges were filed in Harrison Superior Court yesterday afternoon (Tuesday), and the suspects are expected to arrive in Harrison County for their initial hearing sometime in the next 48 hours, Harrison County Prosecutor J. Otto Schalk said.
...more >> Family recalls slain coupleAugust 06, 2013The daughter of a man brutally slain Saturday recalls that he was friendly and witty, would do anything for anyone, had a good comeback for everything and enjoyed making others laugh.
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