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Issue of July 23, 2014
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Eastridge returns to head SH schools

When it came to finding a superintendent to succeed Dr. Neyland Clark, the board of trustees at South Harrison Community School Corp. didn't have to look too far....more >>

Council OKs $10K for HCCS match

The Harrison County Council Monday night agreed to give $10,000 to the Harrison County Community Services endowment fund at the Harrison County Community Foundation to take advantage of this month's two-to-one match program....more >>

Health department anticipates challenges

In his state-mandated annual report, Harrison County Health Dept. Administrator Anthony (Tony) Combs said 2013 was a year of continued improvement for the department and county....more >>

Primary challenge for Young

The Republican ballots for the May 6 Primary Election will include three candidates for Indiana's Ninth District congressional seat. Incumbent Todd Young of Bloomington, Mark G. Jones of Indianapolis and Kathy Lowe-Heil of Elizabeth are seeking their party's nomination ...more >>

Innkeepers revenue continues to climb

Harrison County's Innkeepers Tax collection for 2013 was the highest total since 2007, Jeremy Yackle, the county's Convention & Visitors Bureau executive director, reported Thursday at the tourism commission's regular meeting....more >>
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Former trooper's life remembered

Indiana State Police Master Trooper and Det. Rick Magill, who died Nov. 18, 2013, from complications resulting from a stroke, was honored last Tuesday night for his dedication to helping victims of child abuse....more >>

NH policy cracks down on unpaid meals

In less than 30 minutes Thursday night, the North Harrison Community School Corp. Board of Trustees adopted a policy regarding the payment and collection of breakfasts and lunches, approved a memorandum of understanding for 2014 retirees...more >>

4 seek Democratic nod for Jackson Twp. advisory board

Residents in Jackson Township who select a Democrat ballot in the May 6 Primary Election will find four candidates seeking three bids to be on the General Election ballot for the township trustee advisory board positions....more >>

Jackson Township trustee challenged

Residents in Jackson Township who select a Democrat ballot in the May 6 Primary Election will find two candidates seeking the township trustee position....more >>

3 incumbents, 1 challenger seek Dems' bid in Franklin Twp.

Residents in Franklin Township who select a Democrat ballot in the May 6 Primary Election will find four candidates seeking three bids to be on the General Election ballot for the township trustee advisory board positions....more >>

6 Dems vie for Morgan Twp. advisory board

Residents in Morgan Township who select a Democrat ballot in the May 6 Primary Election will find six candidates seeking three bids to be on the General Election ballot for the township trustee advisory board positions....more >>

Recent News
Plan will promote Lanesville growth
April 08, 2014
The Harrison County Board of Commissioners heard a presentation on the master plan at the Lanesville interchange area and future planned economic development Monday morning at its first regular meeting of April. ...more >>
HCCS seek donations for 2:1 program
April 08, 2014
Richard (Rick) Cooper, executive director of the Harrison County Community Services, asked the board of commissioners Monday for an additional appropriation from the county to take advantage of a unique opportunity. ...more >>
New South Harrison superintendent to be named
April 08, 2014
A new superintendent for the South Harrison Community School Corp. is expected to be named tonight (Wednesday) at 6 p.m. at the Edmund (Ed) F. Schneider Administrative Center. ...more >>
HCCF's spring grants total $308,500
April 08, 2014
The Harrison County Community Foundation recently awarded a total of $308,500 to seven not-for-profit agencies serving Harrison County. ...more >>
2 seek GOP Senate nomination
April 08, 2014
The Republican ballots for the May 6 Primary Election will include two candidates for State Senate District 47. ...more >>
Grant denied for Marketplace
April 08, 2014
Develop Downtown Corydon, which recently partnered with Main Street Corydon, was unsuccessful in obtaining a Signature Grant from the Harrison County Community Foundation. The grant would have allowed for the demolition of the old Laundromat along Poplar Street and the construction of a new building. The new building would have been used for the Indian Creek Marketplace, as well as been available to rent for gatherings. ...more >>
Indiana first state to drop Common Core
April 08, 2014
Indiana lawmakers unhappy with the current national Common Core education standards gave the federal government the ultimate showing of their growing distaste at the highest level last month as Gov. Mike Pence signed new legislation that made Indiana the first state in the country to opt out of the national program. ...more >>
SH Park lake idea well-received
April 01, 2014
Harrison County Parks director Rand Heazlitt presented the request for a feasibility study for a lake at South Harrison Park near Elizabeth to the Harrison County Council last week, after it was previously approved by the board of commissioners. ...more >>
Infant's health creates emotional roller coaster
April 01, 2014
A New Albany couple with roots in Harrison County have been on an emotional roller coaster since the birth of their first child earlier this year. ...more >>
Lowe pleads guilty in murder of wife
April 01, 2014
A Corydon man accused of murdering his wife in 2010 entered into a plea agreement Friday in Harrison Superior Court. ...more >>
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