UPDATE: Semi causes UDWI REMC power outage
Solsberry woman, two others arrested on drug chargesA car being driven without a license plate led to the arrest of a Solsberry woman and a passenger from Bloomington. A separate arrest of a third individual also took place on Tuesday. According to a press release by ISP Bloomington, around 10:30 p.m., Indiana State Police Trooper Caleb Garven stopped a vehicle on State Road 43 on the Greene/Monroe County line after observing it did not have a license plate...
Matt Baker fills auditorís positionA former Greene County Auditor will finish out Patty Bakerís term. Matt Baker was selected by a Republican caucus following Pattyís resignation due to health issues. Her resignation was effective Jan. 10. Baker served as Greene County Auditor for one term from 2011-14. The following election, his wife was elected to fill the position...
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...
Kirk R. SandersKirk R. Sanders, age 58, of Austin, Ind., formerly of Linton, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. Kirk was born in Linton Feb. 15, 1959 to William E. and Patricia A. (Wright) Sanders. Kirk was a graduate of the 1977 class of Linton-Stockton High School. He was a member of the football, basketball and baseball teams. He was also a member of the Linton Swim Team...
UPDATED: First baby of 2018 is seventh for Delph family of LintonMelinda and James Delph of Linton welcomed Lintonís first baby of 2018 on Jan. 4. Jemma Lee Delph came into the world by cesarean section at 8:56 a.m. weighing in at five pounds and six ounces and measuring 18 and one-half inches. ďI have small babies, but everyone is healthy and thatís whatís important,Ē said mom Melinda...
Reeds, VFW recognized by ChamberThe Linton-Stockton Chamber of Commerce named its 2018 Business and Citizen of the Year, recognizing a couple committed to preserving a Linton landmark and an organization dedicated to veteran well-being. David and Becky Reed were named the Chamberís Citizens of the Year. The Reeds have accomplished quite a bit in their 31 years as a married couple and business partners...
The country boy and the wanderer; My introduction to the outdoors
Posted Friday, August 7, 2015, at 9:49 AM
- On the precipice of another firearms deer season (11/17/17)
- Looking for a friend named Josh (3/17/17)
- Its all about the smiles (1/20/17)
- Ducks and rain = great times (12/2/16)
- A great hunting dog is a treasure indeed (10/6/16)
- Its always an adventure on the river (9/16/16)
- Make mine a double (6/2/16)
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