Ivy Tech Community College and Franklin College have partnered to provide an accelerated pathway to a bachelor’s degree, giving students an opportunity to earn both a high-value associate degree and a distinguished four-year bachelor’s degree in only three years.
CLARK COUNTY — A local attorney with longtime Jeffersonville roots has been named the new Clark County chief public defender, following the vacancy left by Abe Navarro when he was appointed by Gov. Eric Holcomb to serve as a Clark County judge.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A suspect police believe is responsible for the death of a man found last Friday near the road in Jeffersonville's Oak Park neighborhood has been charged with his murder.
INDIANAPOLIS — Despite the introduction of effective vaccines and new knowledge about the COVID-19 virus, reported daily cases and positivity rates remain about the same as one year ago due to low vaccination rates.
FLOYD COUNTY — One man was killed and another hospitalized with non life threatening injuries following a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 150 in Floyd County Friday afternoon.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A rail company in Clark County has filed a civil lawsuit against the River Ridge Development Authority after it says an appraisal was improperly done on train tracks the authority intends to dismantle for redevelopment in the River Ridge Commerce Center.
NEW ALBANY — Full weekend directional closures of the Sherman Minton Bridge are scheduled for late August and early September.
Gumbo and Patrick are male guinea pigs who were abandoned outside The New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter along with their 11 other friends in plastic totes and deplorable conditions. After being taken care of and spoiled they are ready to find new homes where their people will love them …
CLARK COUNTY — The beginning of classes Wednesday at Greater Clark County Schools has involved more challenges than usual adjusting to a number of transportation changes.
SELLERSBURG — Within weeks, the Town of Sellersburg is expected to close on a property at 8757 Old Indiana 60 that will serve as the new police headquarters.
NEW ALBANY — Ray Wallace is stepping down as chancellor of Indiana University Southeast due to a “worsening health condition.”
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Face coverings should be worn indoors regardless of a person’s vaccination status based on updated CDC recommendations, health officials in Floyd County and Clark County said Thursday.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Health departments in Clark and Floyd counties Thursday afternoon issued news releases strongly recommending recently issued CDC recommendations on COVID protections.
INDIANAPOLIS — For the past year, Indiana’s law enforcement has issued nearly 16,000 warnings and citations related to Indiana’s hands-free driving law, aiming to encourage Hoosier motorists to drive safely without a cellphone distraction.
CHARLESTOWN — Sixteen businesses will benefit from the second round of COVID-19 relief funding by the City of Charlestown. These local businesses will have a total of $150,000 dispersed among them.
As you walk around your local grocery or farmer’s market, you might notice that the summer season brings an abundance of fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
CLARK COUNTY — Class is back in session in Greater Clark County Schools, and schools are seeing high numbers for in-person enrollment as fewer families opt for virtual learning.
CLARK COUNTY — Fewer students and staff are wearing masks in Greater Clark County Schools this school year as the district makes face coverings optional, a departure from COVID-19 protocols in the previous year.
The Carnegie Center for Art and History, 201 East Spring St., New Albany, will host the exhibition Hoosier Lifelines: Environmental and Social Change Along the Monon, 1847-2020, an artistic and historical exploration of Indiana’s changing environment along the remains of the historic Monon R…
CLARKSVILLE — A man is being held in Clark County jail on no bond after police say he killed and dismembered a woman at her Clarksville apartment Monday, stole items then set the unit on fire to cover the crime.
CLARK COUNTY — Brian Jones has been selected as Greater Clark County Schools’ newest board member to fill the position of Bill Hawkins, who recently resigned from the board.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Police have released the identity of a man found dead in Jeffersonville's Oak Park neighborhood Friday and confirmed that this is now a homicide investigation.
WASHINGTON — “This is how I’m going to die, defending this entrance,” Capitol Police Sergeant Aquilino Gonell recalled thinking while testifying Tuesday at the emotional opening hearing of the congressional panel investigating the violent Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations has more than quadrupled since the Fourth of July at Baptist Health Floyd — and of those hospitalized, more than 95% are unvaccinated.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Mayor Mike Moore announced Tuesday plans to construct a public parking lot in the 400 block of West Maple Street in downtown Jeffersonville.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The Indiana University Southeast Athletic Department has selected Clark Memorial Health (CMH) and Kentucky Orthopedic Rehab Team (KORT) as their new sports medicine providers.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was expected to backpedal Tuesday on its masking guidelines and recommend that even vaccinated people wear masks indoors in parts of the U.S. where the coronavirus is surging, a federal official said.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Real estate developer America Place looks to continue expansion of its Winner’s Circle campus at the River Ridge Commerce Center with the announcement of its planned Phase IV and V warehouse and distribution facilities.
CLARKSVILLE — A suspect is in custody in connection with a homicide and possible arson after firefighters responding to a fire at a Clarksville apartment complex Tuesday found a woman deceased. Neither the victim nor suspect has been identified.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s attorney general asked the state Supreme Court on Monday to stall Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb’s lawsuit challenging the increased power state legislators gave themselves to intervene during public health emergencies following conservative objections to his COVID-19 …
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Environmental Management is forecasting high ozone levels Tuesday for Clark and Floyd counties and three other regions in the central, southern and western parts of the state,
WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs on Monday became the first major federal agency to require health care workers to get COVID-19 vaccines, as the aggressive delta variant spreads and some communities report troubling increases in hospitalizations among unvaccinated people.
ST. LOUIS — Hundreds of inmates facing federal charges have been transferred from the St. Louis area to jails in Indiana and Kentucky, leaving relatives desperately trying to reconnect.
A story about mask policies in schools published in the July 24-25 edition of the News and Tribune included an incorrect spelling of the name of Christian Academy of Indiana’s middle school and high school principal, Scott Luttrull.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A local coffee shop has significantly expanded with a new addition to its downtown Jeffersonville building.
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June 2021 Obituaries
A celebration of life will be held from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM on 2021-08-28 at Hidden Creek Golf Course Event Room, 4975 Utica Sellersburg Road Sellersburg, Indiana. Masks required. .
Elmer Lee Klinstiver, 58, passed from this life to his heavenly home on Thursday, July 29, 2021 with his family by his side. He was born on January 27, 1963 at Floyd Memorial Hospital in New Albany to Elmer L. Klinstiver and the late Edna "May" (Schoen) Klinstiver. Lee was a Lutheran by fait…
Travis Lance Sprinkle, 41, of Jeffersonville, IN, passed away on July 24, 2021. He was an Army Veteran. During his time in the service he served as a nurse/medic in Iraq under Operation Freedom. Travis was a registered nurse in many facets of healthcare including dialysis, occupational healt…
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