|Sat, Dec 07, 2013 05:55 AM
|Issue of November 27, 2013
The Harrison County Council, as it has done the past several years, unanimously voted at its regular meeting Monday night at the Government Center in south Corydon to keep the county tax rates as is....more >>
The Harrison County Council, during a budget hearing meeting last Tuesday evening, heard an update on the Operation Dog Gone program implemented by Harrison County Animal Control....more >>
Women agree to provide 'incriminating' testimonyTwo former Palmyra officials who were both charged with Class D felony charges of official misconduct and welfare fraud entered into pre-trial diversion programs and had their charges dismissed last week....more >>
A play written about a Harrison Countian who became somewhat of a renowned artist made its debut last weekend in Corydon....more >>
The police officer involved in the Aug. 16 pursuit that resulted in one person dying has been granted a two-week paid leave....more >>
Earlier this year, lifelong Palmyra resident Pearl Rainbolt turned 100 years old....more >>
The owners of a downtown Corydon business will host the Indian Creek Antique Show on Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Harrison County Fairgrounds in Corydon....more >>
Four people were transported to Harrison County Hospital Monday night following a small ammonia leak near the Tyson Foods plant in Corydon....more >>
Indiana Ninth District Congressman Todd Young, R-Bloomington, will host a job fair at the YMCA of Harrison County in Corydon on Thursday, Sept. 5. Job-seekers will have the opportunity to connect with local employers for a variety of job openings....more >>
Are you looking for a career? Thinking about furthering your education or finishing a degree? Do you need more information about improving your job skills or enhancing your employment opportunities? Then the Harrison County College and Career Fair is for you....more >>
State cracks down on bullyingAugust 20, 2013Earlier 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 >> Private school requests funding from countySt. Joe asks for riverboat money for structure repairsAugust 20, 2013The 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 >> 2nd Indian Creek Trail bridge decision loomsAugust 20, 2013The 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 >> Mauckport woman dies in Crawford crashDriver was fleeing from police; council calls special meetingAugust 20, 2013A 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 >> Story of Crosier comes to the stageAugust 20, 2013Hayswood 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 >> Making Strides hosts planning meetingAugust 20, 2013Making 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 >> NH looks to adopt two new policiesAugust 20, 2013Two 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.
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