GALENA — School officials have confirmed that there were no injuries after a minor wreck involving a bus full of students Friday afternoon.
FLOYDS KNOBS — As Alexis Lete visited Floyds Knobs Elementary School Wednesday, it was of special significance. She used to be a student there, but this week, she was a guest speaking to youth about her role as Miss Indiana USA 2020.
CHARLESTOWN – On a 4-by-4 platform, Charlestown High School students will develop a mock Guatemalan town with a real source of energy that can provide electricity.
FLOYD COUNTY — One of the most crucial factors in ensuring positive outcomes in the lives of young people is the presence of role models.
NEW ALBANY –– In a kitchen far from her hometown in Italy, 17-year-old Marika Celistino is stretching her culinary skills, learning something different from her traditional fare.
SOUTHERN INDIANA – A sunny, warm Christmas may have some dreaming of spring. However, as the New Year nears, incoming colder weather may usher in more chances for snow.
CLARK COUNTY — A new apple orchard will soon be growing next to New Washington Middle/High School, providing students with a unique learning opportunity.
SOUTHERN INDIANA – With her laptop open and ready, Rachel Overberg holds up a children’s book and starts to read, changing her voice to match the characters.
JEFFERSONVILLE — After seven years as Jeffersonville High School's principal, Julie Straight is stepping into a new position at Greater Clark County Schools.
NEW ALBANY — The Floyd County Library is celebrating the holiday season (and the start of holiday break from school) with a party today featuring a visit from Santa and train sets galore.
NEW ALBANY — Dwight D. Eisenhower, the 34th president of the United States, loved flying. And despite his staff's concerns for his safety, he became the first president to fly in a helicopter on July 12, 1957.
CLARK COUNTY – A proposed measure to increase quality and consistency throughout the related arts programs at Greater Clark County Schools’ elementaries is also projected to save hundreds of thousands of dollars.
NEW ALBANY — Residents in Floyd County will soon be getting an unknown call on their phones, asking if they support a potential safety referendum for their local schools.
CHARLESTOWN – At the sound of the whistle, a group of young students at Jonathan Jennings Elementary stepped up to the line, eyeing the target ahead.
NEW ALBANY – Boxes overflowing with cans and boxes of food sit, covering rows of empty student desks in a classroom at New Albany High School.
JEFFERSONVILLE — There are students who were moved into foster care overnight, unable to take most of their belongings. For others, their parents cannot afford to provide them with warm clothing to fight the bitter cold.
BORDEN – Sixth-grader Lila Little stared, engrossed by pictures showing life just after Dec. 7, 1941, otherwise known as Pearl Harbor.
SELLERSBURG – When she first applied to make what was then a small, private Christian school into a public, charter school named Rock Creek Community Academy, Principal Sara Hauselman was turned down.
JEFFERSONVILLE – Standing in what will soon be the main corridor for the new Franklin Square Elementary, in downtown Jeffersonville, Chad Schenck pointed to the second floor, an area illuminated with daylight from surrounding windows.
NEW ALBANY – A decade of continued student growth is expected to come to New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corp., leaving the district to decide what to do, as many buildings already exceed capacity.
CLARK COUNTY — West Clark Community Schools board will not seek a petition to finalize the separation plan, but instead will let voters decide in the May Primary election.
CLARKSVILLE — A convicted sex offender is facing a new charge in Clark County after police say they discovered him living close to a school, a violation of his sex offender registry requirements.
INDIANAPOLIS — In the brisk morning air Tuesday, Mark Felix wore a neon yellow vest over layers of clothing to stay warm as he worked security detail in front of the Indiana Statehouse, surrounded by thousands of teachers.
SOUTHERN INDIANA – All public school districts in Clark and Floyd counties will be closed for Red For Ed Action Day on Nov. 19.
NEW ALBANY – Retired U.S. Army Capt. Ed Snelling rang the bell, slowly and intentionally, three times – once for each man who fought alongside him in Vietnam, but didn’t return home.
INDIANAPOLIS – New Albany and Silver Creek high schools both came home Saturday with Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) state titles. Competition was held at New Castle High School.
A wreath is carried at the front of the line as members of the Floyd Central, Jeffersonville and New Albany NJROTC program near the National Cemetery in New Albany. Students walked Friday morning from Floyd Central High School to the cemetery, where they honored veterans as part of the annua…
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following story is based on a live stream broadcast of an Indiana State Board of Education meeting and subsequent interviews.
NEW ALBANY – Changes in how classes are taught at Purdue Polytechnic Institute campuses means ending a long-standing partnership with Indiana University campuses statewide.
CHARLESTOWN – For the past 23 years, Jeff Farmer has been sitting courtside, watching as his young athletes compete to win in basketball.
CLARKSVILLE — The second day of the annual Indiana NAACP conference in Clarksville brought with it an inspiration to attendees to work together to help create change toward a more united country.
This Week's Circulars
Dale Allen Bary, 59, of Jeffersonville, Indiana, passed away on Sunday, January 19, 2020. A memorial service will be held at 4 PM, on Thursday, January 23, 2020 at Legacy Funeral Center, 921 Main Street in Jeffersonville. Visitation will be held following the memorial service from 5-8 PM. Da…
Eva Jo Franz, 101, died Monday, January 20, 2020 at Clark Memorial Hospital. She was born in Stanford, KY., and was a retired librarian for the Clarksville Elementary School. She was a member of the Clarksville Historical Society, Friends of the Library, a huge IU basketball fan, and an acti…
Visitation is 3-8 on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at Kraft Funeral Service, 2776 Charlestown Road. Funeral Service will be 10 am Wednesday at the funeral home.
Margaret Ann Horlander passed on January 18, 2020 with family at her side. She was born at home on September 10, 1930 in Jeffersonville, Indiana to Raymond Wolford Crafton and Leota Faye Rife Crafton. She was preceded in death by her parents, daughters Lynn A. Horlander and infant Mary Ann H…
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