JEFFERSONVILLE — For Jeffersonville resident Cadesia Victor, her two young children are her top priority, and as she works to provide for her family, she has often made personal sacrifices to make sure they have what they need.
CHARLESTOWN — A project to build the first Habitat for Humanity house in Charlestown is underway, and once completed, single mother Aerion Irvin looks forward to moving in with her two daughters.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The City of Jeffersonville is still seeking funding through several avenues to pay for the $36 million expansion at the North Wastewater Treatment Plant.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Officials in Clark and Floyd counties are working to assure coronavirus vaccines are still available for those who want to protect themselves, especially with the holidays ahead.
CLARKSVILLE — Our Lady of Providence High School has announced that Steve Beyl, Class of 1999, will be its next principal effective July 1, 2022.
If you want healthy meals with lots of flavor and fewer calories, festive Red and Green Salad may be for you. It is a great recipe to make ahead for holiday meals and a 2/3 cup serving has only 70 calories.
NEW ALBANY — The holiday season is filled with shopping, parties and gatherings with loved ones. It’s a season of joy, but it’s also a time when you can be at greater risk for dangers such as theft and break-ins because you’re busy and may let your guard down.
JEFFERSONVILLE — After raising two children of her own, Shelley Krininger is now raising her 2-year-old grandson, Leo Lawton, at her home in Jeffersonville.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Maxwell’s House of Music in Jeffersonville and Mom’s Music in Louisville are joining to present a band showcase from noon to 9 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12 at Our Lady of Perpetual Hops in New Albany.
CHARLESTOWN — The Charlestown Council voted to affirm its desire to support a wastewater treatment design plan on Wednesday with $800,000 from the capital trust fund and $1.5 million from American Rescue Plan fund.
INDIANAPOLIS — Sixty-six years ago Wednesday, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a White man on an Alabama bus. Her seemingly simple protest helped inspire many more to come during the Civil Rights Movement.
It’ll be hard to top the amazingly warm weather we’ve had lately in Southern Indiana, but this weekend doesn’t look all that bad considering the time of year we’re in.
It is exciting to see 4-H continuing to promote Healthy Living. Exercise, eating wisely, and being surrounded by positive people are at the core of being a healthy person. These recipes are from my creative, fiery Mama. So many memories have been made around our table. Thanks, Mom. Thanks, 4…
JEFFERSONVILLE — Dr. Rita Fleming is known in the community as a state representative and an obstetrician, but people might not be familiar with her work as a taxidermist.
SELLERSBURG — St. John Paul II Catholic Church, 2253 St. Joe Road West in Sellersburg, is preparing to celebrate the Dedication Mass of its newly built church.
GEORGETOWN — The Villas of Guerin Woods will be transferred to a new owner by the end of the year, the nonprofit announced in a news release Thursday morning.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Jeffersonville mother is committed to making sure her young child receives the care he needs as he faces numerous health issues.
CHARLESTOWN — The Charlestown City Council approved a rezoning request Wednesday for a $35 million, 192-unit affordable housing project that they voted against in late October.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — There were 129 new cases of COVID-19 reported between Clark County and Floyd County on Wednesday.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Clark Memorial Health (CMH) has received accreditation status by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) for the services of its Sleep Center.
WASHINGTON — Abortion rights are on the line at the Supreme Court in historic arguments Wednesday over the landmark ruling nearly 50 years ago that declared a nationwide right to end pregnancies and has forged one of the most enduring fault lines in American life and politics.
NEW ALBANY — For single father Jason Albro who never used to spend his time around the holidays in celebration, it is important to him that his 15-year-old daughter gets to do just that.
NEW ALBANY — Rauch and Blue River Services will be applying for up to $500,000 from the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) next year to renovate the Fairmont Neighborhood Center in New Albany.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s top medical groups pleaded Tuesday for more people to get COVID-19 vaccine shots as the state is in the midst of a new surge of infections and hospitalizations.
NEW ALBANY — The Salvation Army of Southern Indiana is seeking donations and bell ringers for its annual fundraising effort to support its year-round services, which have grown in demand since the pandemic.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — New Albany-Floyd County and Borden-Henryville School Corp. have returned to mask mandates as cases increase in Southern Indiana.
CLARK COUNTY — Clark County will begin working to raise awareness about available resources for quitting tobacco use through a $34.8 million state health initiative.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Town Council plans to vote on an ordinance that would bring the town’s Parks and Recreation Department under the authority of the council.
NEW ALBANY — The Interstate 265 eastbound to Interstate 65 southbound ramp will be closed from 9 p.m. Thursday through 6 a.m. Friday. This closure will allow crews to finalize the lane configurations that will be in place for the duration of bridge construction.
LOUISVILLE — The Joint Board for the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project approved two resolutions Monday related to the operations of the RiverLink tolling system.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden will urge Americans to get vaccinated including booster shots as he seeks to quell concerns Monday over the new COVID-19 variant omicron, but he won’t immediately push for more restrictions to stop its spread, his chief medical adviser said.
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June 2021 Obituaries
Daniel "Dan" Becher, passed away Dec. 2, 2021 peacefully at his home after a short battle with pancreatic cancer. Dan was born on March 3, 1947 in Louisville KY. He attended Providence High School and then went on to get his B.S. Degree from Purdue University and a Masters Degree from the Un…
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