|Tue, Sep 23, 2014 08:18 AM
|Issue of September 17, 2014
The Harrison County Council, with a 5-2 vote Monday night, tabled Sheriff Rodney (Rod) Seelye's request for five additional police officers....more >>
After a hearing this Friday to discuss pending motions and last-minute arguments, the murder trial of a Crandall man is scheduled to begin next week in Harrison Superior Court....more >>
An employee with the Harrison County Highway Dept. was injured Friday morning after a small explosion at the highway garage north of Corydon....more >>
The Joe Rhoads Senior Center in Corydon opened for a meal Friday as part of Nutrition Awareness Day....more >>
The Republican ballots for the May 6 Primary Election will include two candidates for the District 4 seat of the Harrison County council....more >>
The Corydon Town Council wasted no time Monday night hiring a police officer to succeed departed officer Kyle Reas, who was recently hired by the Harrison County Sheriff's Dept....more >>
Harrison County Farm Bureau will host a "Meet the Candidates" get-together Monday with cookies, coffee and drinks at 5:30 p.m. and introductions and brief comments at 6 at the Farm Bureau building, suite 1, located at 270 Federal Drive NW in Corydon....more >>
Much of movie filmed in Crawford, Harrison counties, includes local actors"The Legend of the Reno Brothers" — the first accurate telling of the story of Indiana's Reno Brothers Gang, according to the film's makers — is now available to the public....more >>
The Harrison County Regional Sewer District board discussed the possibility of Harrison County becoming a designated MS4 (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System) community by the Indiana Dept. of Environmental Management....more >>
A lucky guest at Horseshoe Southern Indiana recently won $1 million on a $5 bet....more >>
The March meeting of the Lanesville Community School Corp. Board of Trustees lasted just 27 minutes last Tuesday evening....more >>
Lake may be in works for SH Park
March 18, 2014Harrison County Parks Supt. Rand Heazlitt requested $50,000 Monday night for a feasibility study to add a 36- to 40-acre lake at South Harrison Park near Elizabeth.
...more >> Red Rose Manor ready for residentsMarch 18, 2014Juanita Cesar has always wanted to own and operate an assisted living facility for those elderly folks who don’t yet have a need for a nursing home. And that’s exactly what she’s done with the purchase of the three-story home at the corner of East Chestnut and Maple streets in downtown Corydon, now called Red Rose Manor assisted living for the elderly.
...more >> Sheriff wants 'best department in state'
March 11, 2014Harrison County Sheriff Rodney (Rod) Seelye took his new officers request to the Harrison County Council Monday night and said it’s part of his and chief Wayne Kessinger’s plan to make the department the best in the state.
...more >> NH celebrates All 'A' achievementMarch 11, 2014With the high school basketball sectional semifinals scheduled to take place in the gymnasium a few hours later, North Harrison held a celebration Friday afternoon with the bleachers packed and a higher noise level than anything the sectional teams could hope for that night.
...more >> Spencer Twp. audit reveals inefficienciesState Board of Accounts finds no criminal activityMarch 11, 2014An audit completed in January revealed the Spencer Township (Frenchtown) Community Center Fund was overdrawn in 2011 and 2012 by amounts of $2,115 and $3,252 respectively.
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