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Clark County

May 9, 2014

NEWS AND TRIBUNE BRIEFS — For May 10-11

SOUTHERN INDIANA

Ivy Tech, IUS set graduations

IU Southeast, 4201 Grant Line Road, New Albany,  will hold commencement outdoors at the school’s amphitheatre in Hickory parking lot, beginning at 4 p.m. Monday, May 12.

If inclement weather is predicted, an announcement will made Sunday afternoon. If graduation is moved to the IU Southeast Activities Building, it will be held in two sessions — 12 and 4 p.m.

IVY TECH

Ivy Tech Community College will recognize this year’s graduating class at 14 different sites across Indiana.

Ivy Tech Sellersburg Campus graduation

• 6 p.m., May 13, at Northside Christian Church, New Albany. Dr. Barbara Bichelmeyer will be the featured speaker. Honorary degree recipient is Dr. Neyland G. Clark.

Run for Berries scheduled

The annual Run for the Berries 5k run/walk will begin at 8 a.m. May 24 at St. John’s Catholic Church, 8310 St. John Road, Floyds Knobs.

Cost is $20 with a shirt and $15 without by May 20, or $25 with shirt and $20 without after May 20.

Race information and entry forms can be found at stjohnstarlight.org/runfortheberries or by calling race organizer Chuck Crowley at 812-280-1120. No online registration will be accepted.

Proceeds will benefit St. John’s Church and the Providence cross country team.

Race-day registration begins at 7 a.m.

CLARK COUNTY

INDOT to install culvert at Ind. 60

The Indiana Department of Transportation will correct an ongoing drainage concern along Ind. 60 in Silver Creek Township — between Hamburg and Bennettsville — by replacing a cross pipe with a small concrete culvert this summer.

INDOT officials met with its contractor and several utility company representatives Friday, May 9, at the Seymour District offices to discuss installation of a small three-sided box structure on Ind. at a location 0.18 miles northwest of St. Joe Road.

A tentative timetable calls for utility services to be relocated beginning the first week of June. Once the right of way has been cleared, Yardberry Landscape Co., the state’s contractor, will remove the existing cross pipe and install a 12-foot by six-foot prestressed concrete culvert with wing walls. The drainage structure measures 72 feet in length.

Installation will be accomplished one half at a time, allowing two-way traffic to be maintained on 10-foot lanes as construction operations move from one side of Ind. 60 to the other. Wide-load restrictions will be in effect for up to 60 days.

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