19 February 2020

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1 of 2 ambulances approved for EMS

1 of 2 ambulances approved for EMS


HC Council wants to see hospital’s ’19 budget shortfall
Harrison County EMS is getting one of the two new ambulances it requested, along with the f...
12 February 2020

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Rhoads pool future in jeopardy

Rhoads pool future in jeopardy


The public swimming pool in Corydon needs renovations done before summer, and the fix might not be permanent. The May and Joe Rhoads Memorial Pool can...

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Coronavirus continues to spread

Coronavirus continues to spread


No cases in Harrison County
With the number of confirmed cases now at more than 40,000 worldwide and the death toll at 1,018, coronavirus has officiall...

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Races develop as filing closes

Races develop as filing closes


There will be several races on the ballots when voters head to the polls for the May 5 Primary Election. The filing deadline ended Friday at noon. ...

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South Harrison explores programs impacting students’ longevity

South Harrison explores programs impacting students’ longevity


The meeting of the South Harrison Community School Corp. Board of School Trustees was Tuesday, Feb. 4, where special presentations discussed unique and impactful programs vital to students’ longevity in the education system.

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Pittman outlasts 12 other HC spelling bee contestants

Pittman outlasts 12 other HC spelling bee contestants


Zaylie Pittman, a fifth-grade student at South Central Elementary School, won the Harrison County Spelling Bee contest Feb. 4 after battling 12 other contestants.

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Title company opens Corydon location

Title company opens Corydon location


WTS Title LLC has opened a new title services office in Corydon in addition to its New Albany location.

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Good vs. evil on Hayswood stage

Good vs. evil on Hayswood stage


Review
It’s a classic tale that has delighted generations of readers since its publication in 1950. C.S. Lewis’ “The Lion, the Witch and the Ward...
05 February 2020

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CVB rebrand focuses on natural excursions

CVB rebrand focuses on natural excursions


“Every day I pretend to look at the county not as someone who lives here, but as someone who is experiencing it for the first,” said Amanda Ramos, the Harrison County Convention and Visitors Bureau’s marketing manager, at the reveal of the bureau’s new rebrand yesterday morning (Tuesday) at the Government Center.

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Program details reason behind proposed referendum

Program details reason behind proposed referendum


The Lanesville Community School Corp. Board of Trustees will likely vote next week during a special meeting to propose a local tax referendum that will appear on the May Primary ballot.