|Sun, Sep 14, 2014 10:05 PM
|Issue of September 10, 2014
The family of Crystal Milchling, a 31-year-old mother of three who was killed in a crash last year on S.R. 11, closed a difficult chapter last week after Harrison Superior Court Judge Roger D. Davis sentenced Christopher Stull to a maximum 12-year prison sentence last Wednesday night....more >>
Building tells 'Harrison' historyOne of nine remaining buildings in Corydon that was here during the capital period (1816 to 1825) is on the market and has a potential buyer....more >>
As part of the steps necessary to create a comprehensive plan, the Laconia Town Council will have a public workshop tomorrow (Thursday) at 7 p.m. at the Laconia Community Center....more >>
The Harrison County Election Board took a trip last month, in preparation of the upcoming election, to visit all of the new polling places since making the decision to consolidate a good number of the voting sites to a more central location such as school buildings....more >>
Zachary Patterson's trajectory was constantly upward throughout his miraculous run to the Harrison County Spelling Bee championship last Wednesday evening at Morgan Elementary School. He may have celebrated by eating licorice and dancing the cotillion....more >>
A break in the banking business gave Bill Hollingsworth of Corydon a chance to chase a long-time dream of owning and operating a barbecue and catering business....more >>
The Rotary Club of Corydon is known for exemplifying the Rotary motto of "Service Before Self" and that was evident this past holiday season. Not only did the Rotary Club donate $511, raised from weekly Happy Dollar Announcements, to Harrison County Community Services for holiday food baskets, they also took time to volunteer to hand out the baskets....more >>
After winter weather postponed the first meeting attempt of the South Harrison Community School Corp. Board of Trustees, the board briefly met Friday afternoon, Feb. 7, and discussed the new schedule for the remainder of the 2013-14 school year after 10 days have been canceled because of inclement weather....more >>
Pursuit ends with shots firedOfficer, 2 suspects injured
February 11, 2014A pursuit, which began in Palmyra, ended Monday morning with gunfire that sent two suspects and a Harrison County police officer to the hospital.
...more >> Winter's punchFebruary 11, 2014Another round of winter weather hit Harrison County last week, this time bringing a combination of snow and ice that caused crashes on roadways, power outages and additional school closings. Ice, which measured anywhere from a 1/4-inch to 1/2-inch, also brought down, or caused to bow, countless trees and limbs throughout the county.
...more >> Accused child molester guilty on all countsConley could get 20 to 940 yearsFebruary 11, 2014It took about three hours of deliberation for a jury of six men and five women to find Leo John Conley guilty of 20 counts of child molesting Monday night in Harrison Superior Court.
...more >> Primary will see a few contested racesFebruary 11, 2014A flurry of candidates signed up last week before the Friday noon deadline to run for office in 2014, making not only an interesting General Election ahead, but also the Primary Election in May with a number of county and state races to be contested.
...more >> Trial date set for township trusteeFebruary 11, 2014Harrison County Circuit Court Judge John T. Evans set a bench trial date of April 17, allotting a three-hour window for witnesses, concerning the case of the People of Spencer Township vs. Spencer Township Trustee Donald Satterfield, during a brief pretrial conference Thursday morning.
...more >> Fenced-in hunting bill fails one vote shyFebruary 11, 2014A measure to legalize and regulate high-fenced hunting preserves, such as the Hero Reward facility in western Harrison County, failed in the Senate last week when it didn’t receive enough votes to be either defeated or approved.
...more >> Long-time marshal resigns from townFebruary 11, 2014By a unanimous vote Monday night, the Corydon Town Council accepted the resignation of Capt. James Sadler of the Corydon Police Dept. and promoted Marshal Matt Kitterman to the rank of captain.
...more >> Sheriff: More officers neededFebruary 04, 2014Harrison County Sheriff Rodney (Rod) Seelye gave a presentation Monday morning to the Harrison County Board of Commissioners, detailing the need for more police officers in the sheriff’s department.
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