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NEW ALBANY — Members of the Floyd County Council don't have a problem with being responsible for 51 percent of New Albany-Floyd County Animal Shelter's funding, which is based on population according to the interlocal agreement signed in 1999. And most would agree that the shelter does great…

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NEW ALBANY — When she worked for child protective services in the 1980s and ’90s, Pam Darnall would often talk to children who had given up on seeking justice for their abuse after they experienced being constantly shunted from person to person, attorneys to case workers, having to tell the …

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NEW ALBANY — Those looking to listen to something new on the radio have another option: a station at Indiana University Southeast, bringing fresh voices to the airwaves.

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — What started off as a typical school day ended in tragedy when 17 were killed and 19 injured at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on Wednesday.

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NEW ALBANY — In the 1800s, pioneers passed through New Albany on their way out west, following the paths that American bison used to take to reach the Illinois prairie. Before that, the same route was used by Native Americans.

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — Law enforcement and court officials in Southern Indiana say it's too early to see the effects of a recent law requiring more stringent DNA testing of potential offenders.

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NEW ALBANY — Olivia Andrews has participated in New Albany High School theater productions for four years. There have been big shows that have included classic musicals with elaborate sets, and smaller ones with only a handful of cast members.

NEW ALBANY — The New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. board considered upping the stipend paid to members per board meeting and, for the second time, the matter was tabled before a decision could be made.

  • By Scott L. Miley CNHI Statehouse Reporter

INDIANAPOLIS — The leader of the Indiana State Senate, President Pro Tem David Long, R-Fort Wayne, said he will retire from the Senate in November.

NEW ALBANY — Sewer improvement work will continue throughout New Albany in the coming months, which will lead to closed streets and detours in the city.

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GREENVILLE — When Rich Boling spots his employer's logo — a sliver of moon peeking out from behind the word "techshot" — floating inside the International Space Station, his heart swells.

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NEW ALBANY — While practicing for the NJROTC National Precision Rifle Championship earlier this month, senior Holly Day said Master Gunnery Sgt. Lyn Akermon, the coach of New Albany's rifle team, had a lot of good teaching methods. She said of Akermon: "He is almost like a motivational speaker."

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NEW ALBANY — Brad Snyder isn’t new to New Albany or its school system. He’s not a stranger to the central office, having worked for more than three decades in the New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. What is new to Snyder is his latest position: superintendent.

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — If you missed the September Louisville premiere of “Bomb City,” the independent award-winning movie produced by former New Albany High School wrestler Major Dodge, you can now stop kicking yourself. 

NEW ALBANY — Two men have been arrested after a traffic stop in New Albany led to the discovery of methamphetamine, an illegal gun and $14,000 in cash.

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NEW ALBANY — The needed signatures are in hand and the architectural schedule has been released. In a few months, the much-anticipated renovation to the Floyd County Jail will be underway.

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