PHOTO GALLERY: Silver Creek softball falls to Corydon in Class 3A sectional championship
The Silver Creek softball team fell 3-1 to Corydon Central on May 29 in the championship game of the Class 3A Silver Creek Sectional.
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ENERGY DRINKS: Hyped up or all hype?
Energy drinks. Some say they’ll give you wings and others claim they can turn you into a rockstar, but they all have something in common — bold marketing campaigns and lots of caffeine.
- SLIDESHOW: Opening night of high school football A look at various area games on the first night of the high school football season, Aug. 20, 2010.
- PHOTO GALLERY: Silver Creek softball falls to Corydon in Class 3A sectional championship The Silver Creek softball team fell 3-1 to Corydon Central on May 29 in the championship game of the Class 3A Silver Creek Sectional.
ROCK 'N' ROLL CALL: School prepares for double student population
Rock Creek Christian Academy may be losing religion as it switches over to a public charter school in the fall, but it will be gaining a lot more programs for students.
Principal Sara Hauselman said the school has about 160 students in grades kindergarten through 12. For the fall, Rock Creek Community Academy, as it will be renamed, already has 313 signed up. The maximum for the building is 395.
Girls convicted in 1997 Jeffersonville stabbing seek reduced sentence
Two teenage girls convicted in the 1997 gang-related stabbing of a pizza delivery man are seeking a new sentencing hearing, but the Indiana Supreme Court may first be asked to decide whether a judge should be removed from the case for remarks he made in chambers.
Star of Jeffersonville is going, but where?
It definitely seems as though the Star of Jeffersonville’s ticketing barge — which has slowly been sinking into the Ohio River — is going to be removed soon.
However, Jeffersonville leaders and the company that owns the barge seem to disagree about the fate of the troubled boat.
The Power Of One
Family & Children’s Place is asking everyone in the community to do one tangible thing this month to help save children’s lives.
Learning on the job
Charlestown High School senior Dustin Crawford loves computers. He even calls himself a “nerd.”
So, when Greater Clark County Schools announced a new class this semester, where students would serve as technology interns, get high school credit and get paid, he eagerly signed on.
Americans are increasingly skeptical of government, but Republicans should be wary of overconfidence as congressional midterm elections approach, a former White House press secretary and a leader of the Democratic National Committee said Monday.
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