JEFFERSONVILLE — Bernice Slaughter, right, shares a laugh with Congressman Todd Young while outside of Taylor High School in downtown Jeffersonville Thursday. Slaughter is a former teacher at the school and was on the African American Heritage Trail tour.
Family, friends and members of the community join in prayer at the memorial garden dedication at St. Luke's United Church of Christ in memory of Tara Willenborg Saturday in Jeffersonville.
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