Linton gets a little sweeter
(Local News ~ 06/27/18)
Aunt Dís Cakes and More, located at 40 East Vincennes Street in Linton, held a ribbon cutting with the Linton-Stockton Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday to celebrate their debut in Linton. Aunt Dís offers fresh cupcakes, made-to-order cakes, pastries, cookies, fresh deli-style sandwiches and more. ...
Stingrays dive into 51st season
(High School Sports ~ 06/27/18)
Last summer marked the 50th year of continuous existence for the Greene County Stingrays Swim Club. In late July the Stingrays swim team commemorated the milestone with a 50th Anniversary celebration at its annual end-of-season party at Humphreys Park, followed by a pool party...
Linton holiday trash pick-up
(Local News ~ 06/27/18)
The City of Linton has announced itís holiday trash pick-up schedule for the upcoming holiday week. There will be no trash pick-up on Wednesday, July 4. Wednesday trash will be picked up on Thursday, July 5. Thursday and Friday trash will be picked up on Friday, July 6. Residents who have their trash picked up on Mondays and Tuesdays will not be affected by this change. Residents are advised the trash crew will be running early on Thursday and Friday...
Doris Ilene Haussin
(Obituary ~ 06/27/18)
Doris Ilene Haussin, 89, of Greencastle, passed away on Wednesday, June 27, 2018. She was born in Dugger, the daughter of Thomas and Eulala (Burge) Smith and was a graduate of Linton Stockton High School Class of 1947. Doris retired from McLean Trucking, where she worked for several years as an executive secretary. She had previously worked as a switchboard operator with Indiana Bell...
(Court News ~ 06/27/18)
CRIMINAL CASES Clayton D. Langley, 27, Morgantown, Class A misdemeanor OVI endangering a person; Class C misdemeanor OVI; Class A misdemeanor resisting law enforcement Shannon R. Sullivan, 34, Solsberry, Class B misdemeanor criminal mischief; Level 6 felony contributing to the delinquency of a minor...
Linton Police Department Activity Log
(Police Reports ~ 06/27/18)
The Linton Police Department responded to 37 incidents and calls for service June 25 and 26, including one property damage accident, two animal complaints, two assists to other departments, two assists to the public, one EMS, one civil dispute, one extra patrol, four finger printings, one harassment, five special details, two thefts, one threat, 12 traffic stops and one trespass...
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