|Sun, Oct 26, 2014 01:11 PM
|Issue of October 22, 2014
The roadblock scheduled for Saturday at the intersection of S.R. 135 and Landmark Avenue north of Corydon, benefitting the Summers/Yeager families, will be rescheduled....more >>
The Harrison County Board of Commissioners Monday night heard from Randy Smith with GIS company 39 degrees North who said installation will begin today (Wednesday) on the tracking units for highway department vehicles....more >>
Twelve Class D felony charges were filed recently against former Elizabeth Clerk-Treasurer Adrian L. Hall, including six counts of theft and six counts of official misconduct....more >>
Chevrolet had brothers Louis and Gaston. Ford had Henry. Culver's has Craig. Craig Culver, the CEO and co-founder of Wisconsin-based Culver's Restaurant, was treated like a rock star last Wednesday morning as local franchise owners Frank and Sarah Spanopoulos pulled out all the stops...more >>
Judge concerned about impact of home's condition on couple's childrenA Depauw couple found guilty by a jury last month of single felony counts of neglect of a dependent and four counts each of cruelty to an animal were sentenced Friday in Harrison Superior Court....more >>
Two people, including a 2-year-old child, were killed a two-vehicle crash Thursday morning on Interstate 64 east of Corydon, and the child's 11-month-old sister remained in critical condition as of press time yesterday afternoon (Tuesday)....more >>
The Harrison County Convention & Visitors Bureau recapped the annual Light Up Corydon festival Thursday afternoon at its final regularly scheduled meeting of the year....more >>
The official day of winter doesn't take place until Saturday, but, for a 9-year-old Corydon girl, a "Winter Wonderland" came early on Nov. 30 with four-time Country Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year Martina McBride at the Louisville Palace Theatre....more >>
O'Bannon Publishing Co. will close two Wednesdays, Dec. 25 and Jan. 1, in observance of Christmas and New Year's Day, respectively, prompting early deadlines for the Dec. 25 and Jan. 1 issues of The Corydon Democrat and Clarion News. (The newspaper offices, as well as Corydon Instant Print, also will close at 1 p.m. on Christmas Eve.)...more >>
26 arrested in NASTIER stingDecember 10, 2013Christmas music filled the air at the Harrison County Sheriff’s Dept. early yesterday (Tuesday) as at least 26 people from Harrison, Floyd and Clark counties in Indiana and Louisville received — temporarily — shiny silver bracelets and a free ride in a police car just before being processed for various felony drug-related charges as part of Operation NASTIER (Narcotics Apprehension Suppression Through Interdiction Eradication Repeat).
...more >> Pence outlines education reform, honors state workerDecember 10, 2013For the first time in a number of years, and the day before Hoosiers celebrate the state’s 197th birthday, a sitting Indiana governor spoke at the First State Capitol Building in downtown Corydon yesterday afternoon (Tuesday) before walking to the Old State Office Building to celebrate the anniversary of the state being admitted into the Union.
...more >> Connector road request barely passesDecember 10, 2013The Harrison County Council voted Monday night to approve a request to seek funding, with a 60-40 state-local split, for the Lanesville connector road project. The vote, which included requesting the less-desirable alternate four, narrowly passed 4-3 with Councilmembers Sherry Brown, Ralph Sherman and Richard Gerdon voting against. Combined with the 2-1 vote from the commissioners (Commissioner Jim Klinstiver voted against) only six of 10 county officials voted for the project.
...more >> Wine walk returns to CorydonDecember 10, 2013Downtown Corydon will be the site of a Winter Wine Walk on Saturday from 3 to 7 p.m. Guests will be able to shop for gifts, taste wine and purchase wine by the bottle.
...more >> Café adds dinner menu, offers beer, wineDecember 10, 2013Since opening in 2002 and until moving a couple of months ago, Frederick’s Café was located along Elm Street. It still is within a rock’s throw of the First State Capitol Building, but Frederick’s is now located at the corner of Capitol Avenue and Walnut Street, offering much of the same made-from-scratch food that it’s been known for.
...more >> Holidays prompt early deadlinesDecember 10, 2013O’Bannon Publishing Co. will close two Wednesdays, Dec. 25 and Jan. 1, in observance of Christmas and New Year’s Day, respectively, prompting early deadlines for the Dec. 25 and Jan. 1 issues of The Corydon Democrat and Clarion News.
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