Worthington Council to refinance bonds; civic group to hold Christmas Open HouseThe town council of Worthington passed an ordinance Tuesday evening which will enable it to refinance the current sewer bonds it holds. The bonds, which currently hold interest rates of five and one half percent, five percent and five percent, will be refinanced through one of five local banks, which will submit bids by Dec. 5...
Bloomfield man found in possession of nearly 20 pounds of marijuanaA Bloomfield man is facing charges after allegedly being found in possession of nearly 20 pounds of marijuana. According to a probable cause filed by Indiana State Police Detective Mitch Wier, he and ISP Detective Joshua Goodman traveled to the residence of Clay Carroll, 49, on Nov. 1...
Jasonville council approves second trash ordinance readingThe Jasonville City Council approved of the second reading of a proposed trash ordinance during its regular meeting Monday evening. If approved, the ordinance will require citizens living within city limits to pay a fee for trash pick up services. The bill will be added to existing utility bills...
Man arrested on multiple charges of deer poaching in Martin CountyOn Nov., 11, Indiana Conservation Officer Corporal Eric Doane was contacted by an anonymous caller about multiple whitetail deer that had been shot illegally. Cpl. Doane conducted a series of interviews with multiple individuals and was able to determine that Brook N. Hawkins, 26 of Shoals, had shot and killed three whitetail bucks within a period of 48 hours...
Bloomfield School Board declares substantial completion of sports complexThe Bloomfield School Board met in special session on Nov. 13 at 4 p.m. to swear in a new boardmember, hold an election to replace boardmember Steve Jones as vice president, and declare substantial completion of the south sports complex. Last month, Jones resigned from the board. Brady Miller was approved 6-0 to join the board, and was sworn in by District Recording Secretery Kelli Usrey. He will serve through Dec. 2018...
Doggy Den Groom and Room now open in LintonThe Linton-Stockton Chamber of Commerce welcomed Doggy Den Groom and Room to Linton with a ribbon cutting on Thursday. Located at 459 H Street Northeast, Doggy Den is owned and staffed by Martina Swaby of Linton. Swaby, who lives in Linton, completed a year of canine grooming training in Carmel, worked for one year with a Master Groomer in Bloomington and spent years in Plainfield and Terre Haute perfecting her trade before deciding to open her own service in Linton...
“Lest ye forget”: Local author wants to spread veterans’ stories to high schoolsA local man visited VFWs across Indiana and the Pearl Harbor monument in Hawaii and gathered stories from the people who were there when it happened--now, he wants to ensure that the next generation has access to those stories. Jimmy Lee Beasley, Sr. is currently tennis coach at WRV, where his son serves as Middle School Principal...
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