UDWI linemen return after hurricane relief effortsAfter a week assisting with Hurricane Irma relief efforts, local linemen from Utilities District of Western Indiana REMC returned home. Last week, three UDWI line foremen, Steve Campbell, Jeremy Feltner and Nathan Neill, as well as three journeymen linemen, Jordan Clark, Cody English and Ross Egenolf, headed to Georgia and Florida to help restore power in the wake of Hurricane Irma...
Worthington council not on the fence on fence issueThe members of the Worthington Town Council met in regular session Tuesday evening, and with the assistance of town attorney Marilyn Hartman, adopted resolution 2017-05 to declare as a public nuisance a fence built on the property of town resident Lillie M. Taylor...
American Legion Park gets new bridge, adds walking trailsSept. 16 is National American Legion Day, and Linton American Legion Post 22 has cause to celebrate. American Legion Park, located on 200 North in Linton, is in the process of receiving some much-needed improvements to its 16 acres, including a brand-new steel and wood bridge spanning the pond on site, and new walking trails throughout...
Top 10 Difference Makers nominees announcedThe Greene County Daily World has announced its top 10 finalists for its second annual Difference Makers program. This special section will highlight the local men and women who have been chosen to represent Greene County at a banquet organized by the GCDW...
Jasonville woman wanted in another county taken to Greene County JailA 25-year-old Jasonville woman wanted in Hamilton County, Jodi Lynn Jester, was apprehended and taken to jail by Jasonville Police Officer Brian Pilant on Tuesday night. Officer Pilant knew there was an outstanding warrant out for Jester and attempted to locate her at a residence in the 200 block of N. Meridian St. in Jasonville...
LSHS softball players address school boardThe Linton-Stockton School Board had a full house Monday night as softball players and their families showed up to express some concerns. Some of the players and their families were concerned a new coach had not been put in place to replace the former coach, Ruan Fougerousse, while others said they are thankful the school leaders are taking their time...
Linton woman allegedly steals over $31,000 from not-for-profitA Linton woman is facing charges of felony theft after allegedly stealing over $31,000 while acting as a treasurer for a not-for-profit organization. According to a probable cause filed by Greene County Sheriff’s Department Det. Sgt. Jim O’Malley, Vonda Smith, 64, allegedly stole from the Physically Challenged Bowhunters of America (PCBA) since taking the treasurer position in 2014...
Looking for a friend named Josh
Posted Friday, March 17, 2017, at 9:10 PM
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