Nearly 20 from Greene County make USI Dean’s ListNearly 20 students from around Greene County were recognized for “outstanding academic achievement” on the University of Southern Indiana’s 2017 Fall Dean’s List. According to Dr. Ronald Rochon, provost, 2,409 students were named to the list overall. The students recognized are undergraduate students with a 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale or better, who earned no incomplete or missing grades from the term in 12 or more semester hours...
Bereavement group remembers children who diedA group of local parents have started a group to help parents work through the loss of a child. Susan Anderson, D’Lee Sipes, Mary Ann Witty and Karen Fidler have come together to form the local chapter of The Compassionate Friends (TCF) of Linton, part of a national self-help organization for families who have experienced the death of a child...
Turning Point Education Center to graduate record 42 studentsFriday, Jan. 12, Turning Point Education Center (TPEC), a division of Greene County’s Open Arms Christian Ministries, will hold its bi-annual graduation ceremony for 42 students attaining their High School Equivalency (HSE) certificates with the nonprofit from July through December 2017. The ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. at First Christian Church in Linton...
Union seeks to rejoin IHSAAThe Union School Board recently gave the green light to reapplying for admission to the Indiana High School Athletic Association. Athletic director Joe Pigg said the board authorized on Monday night filling out the application for readmission. Union had to leave the IHSAA after the Northeast School Corp. voted on Dec. 2, 2013, to close the junior/senior high school and Dugger Elementary. Union became a charter school in 2015 through Grace College...
UPDATED: Key plays down the stretch earn Wolverines fifth place in GCISWITZ CITY - In a back-and-forth affair it was the White River Valley Wolverines who made the plays they needed to make down the stretch. Key offensive rebounds by Andrew Ellett and Joe Records in the final minutes, combined with Tanner Denham’s clutch free throw shooting lifted the Wolverines to a 44-37 victory over the Lighthouse Christian Lions...
GCSD needs help locating missing Linton teenJessica Lynn, 17 years old, has been missing from the Linton area since Jan. 10. According to the Greene County Sheriff’s Department, Lynn left her residence after 11:30 p.m. on Jan. 10 and traveled to an unknown location, and it is not known who she may be with at this time...
‘We choose to fight’: Linton teen inspires communityJust a few weeks ago, the Orman family of Linton would not have had reason nor expectation to believe that an entire community, and the surrounding communities, would gather as one to show them overwhelming love and support when daughter Madison “Madi” Moore was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia just after New Year’s Day 2018...
To gig a frog (more accurately how not to)
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