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By Billy HollandOur character reflects what we love
By Nancee HarrisonThe “M” word
By Kegan Inman, President, Greene County Humane Society Board of DirectorsDefining no-kill – Part one
Jennifer and Jeff HawkinsPreserving wealth with an irrevocable wealth replacement trust
By Joshua Riggins, Farmers and Mechanics Federal, PresidentIT’S MINE: Understanding a Lien
Prosecutor Holtsclaw urges bus awareness as school beginsAs summer comes to a close, it’s time for the children in Greene County to head back to school. That means, once again, school buses and school bus stops will be a part of the daily commute for all of us. With school starting, Prosecutor Holtsclaw wanted to take a moment to remind everyone to slow down around school buses and school bus stops and to stop when the school bus stop-arm is extended and the red lights are flashing. ...
Community NotesCommunity Notes Friday, August 5 The City of Jasonville will hold a city-wide yard sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Bargain-hunters and treasure-seekers welcome. Saturday, August 6 The City of Jasonville will hold a city-wide yard sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Bargain-hunters and treasure-seekers welcome...
Local off-roading group working ‘side-by-side’ for Kentucky reliefSeveral members of the off-roading group “Southern Indiana SxS” returned from eastern Kentucky this week following efforts to assist after flooding and weather had caused damage to the area. Travis Vincent and Chad Harding, along with Dave White of Bloomington’s Great White Smoke BBQ Company and others, spent a total of three days in the area serving over 2,000 meals free of charge to those in need and helping to distribute water and supplies...
- Neighbors share concerns with Bloomfield Town Council (8/4/22)
- ‘Prison is about rehabilitation. This is their second chance, too’ ~WVCF program gives shelter dogs a chance to shine (8/3/22)2
- NNO held for twelfth year at Linton’s Humphreys Park (8/3/22)
- Terre Haute PD responds to Walmart active shooter reports (8/2/22)5
- Sunset over Town Hall in Linton (8/1/22)5
- Weekend accident on SR 67 leaves one injured, one deceased (8/1/22)
- State Police investigating police-officer-involved shooting in Greenfield (8/1/22)
- Official memorial fund established for fallen officer Noah Shahnavaz (8/1/22)
- Sparks fly at annual Sculpture Trails event (8/1/22)
- GCHS carnival enjoys sunny weather (8/1/22)
Debra Jean (Lynn) WhiteDebra Jean (Lynn) White, 66, of Jasonville passed away at 6:50 p.m. Friday, August 5, 2022 in her home surrounded by her loving family. She was born December 15, 1955 in Sullivan to Billy Joe Lynn...
Renee Lee (Bennett) LongRenee Lee (Bennett) Long, 65, of Linton passed away at 10:48 a.m. Thursday, August 4, 2022 in her home in Linton. She was born September 28, 1956 in Linton to Thomas “Tom” Bennett and Marilyn...
Earl CorbinEarl Corbin, 48, of Bloomfield passed away Wednesday, August 3, 2022 at Franciscan Hospital in Indianapolis surrounded by his family. Born October 28, 1973 in Bloomington the son of Thomas Earl...
Court News (8/1/22)CRIMINAL CASES Max Hostettler, 52, Bloomfield, Class B misdemeanor criminal mischief Alan Paul Solis-Salas, 23, Bloomfield, Class C misdemeanor OVI; Level 6 felony OVI with prior conviction within 7 years; Class C misdemeanor OVI with alcohol concentration between .08 and .15; Level 6 felony OVI with ACE of .08 or more with prior conviction...
Police LogsLinton Police Department Activity Log The Linton Police Department responded to 102 incidents and calls for service from July 29-Aug. 4, including three lost and founds, 11 fingerprints, six animal complaints, three title checks, 11 assists to other departments, four domestic disputes, four thefts, two public relations, 16 suspicious, two extra patrols, one juvenile complaint, one noise complaint, four property damage accidents, one warrant service, one assist to the public, two reckless drivers, one unruly subject, three welfare checks, two child custodies, one missing person, one trespass, one alarm, two repossession, one property damage, one local ordinance and 17 traffic stops.. ...
- New faces and new names, same winning formula expected at LintonLINTON – Losing 12 seniors to graduation at the Class 2A level is typically a guarantee the following year will be a regression but Linton football is not your typical Class 2A program. The Miners still have enough returners with a robust freshman class to resume where they left off...
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