Teaching is her calling and for Rachel Overberg, it shows in her results.
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.
CLARKSVILLE — This weekend and for the first time in more than 10 years, Southern Indiana is host to the annual state convention for the NAACP.
CLARKSVILLE — Sitting in a rocking chair, 77-year-old Carolyn Kemp turned the pages of a book, reading aloud to a group of first-graders at Clarksville Elementary on Thursday morning.
SELLERSBURG — Riley Spaulding thought she knew what she signed up for when she registered for her school club, “Fun with Senior Friends.”
NEW ALBANY – Prosser is hoping to help break barriers, showing young women that they can seek a career in male-dominated fields.
JEFFERSONVILLE – Rising like the dough of his famed pizza, Papa John’s founder John Schnatter will have his name back in his hometown, with the naming of the baseball facility at Jeffersonville High School.
FLOYD COUNTY — No students were injured following an accident on Interstate 265 West, near the Grant Line Road ramp in Floyd County, Tuesday morning.
NEW ALBANY — Southern Indiana representatives are working to make sure area residents, students and businesses are not forgotten in the decision of whether or not to fully close the Sherman Minton Bridge for repairs.
NEW ALBANY — We all have seen or heard the statistics concerning drug use among our youth. The numbers are disturbing and at times it seems like we are losing an entire generation to drug abuse.
JEFFERSONVILLE — In a display case at Spring Hill Elementary School, a miniature cityscape features towering skyscrapers and vehicles constructed of glue and paper. But it's not just a typical city scene — if you look closely, you'll also find tanks and "Star Wars" replica ships.
JEFFERSONVILLE – The summers will fly by a little faster next year for Greater Clark County Schools’ students, as the district approved a balanced calendar for the 2020-21 school year.
JEFFERSONVILLE — It’s been a week of early mornings at the office and late nights talking to the community for Greater Clark County Schools Superintendent Mark Laughner.
JEFFERSONVILLE – Equipped with two copies of the News and Tribune and a TIME magazine, Wendy Dant Chesser, president and CEO of One Southern Indiana, sat across from Sen. Mike Braun [R-Indiana], ready to ask him the tough questions on issues facing businesses in Southern Indiana, such as eco…
NEW ALBANY – Harmony Sistrunk's mouth dropped open as she saw how someone can create an illustration by starting with a drawing of a number.
NEW ALBANY – Walking the freshly painted halls, Prosser Career Education Center Director Alan Taylor breathed an audible sigh of relief.
NEW ALBANY — Smithsonian’s National Museum Day opens the doors of museums for free across the country — including in New Albany — for one day.
NEW ALBANY – When Aleshia Shouse accepted her job offer as a part-time band director at Christian Academy of Indiana, she checked and double checked her class roster.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A future demographic study, facility study and referendum may clear the way for three new school buildings for Greater Clark County Schools.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Two Clark County judges are stepping out of the courtroom and into the classroom this week, as part of a statewide initiative to educate high school students surrounding Constitution Day today.
NEW ALBANY – The New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. is finishing up an $87 million capital project, thanks to the approved 2016 referendum.
CHARLESTOWN – Charlestown High School senior Andrew Sprinkle is thinking ahead to what skills he'll need to land his dream job later.
NEW ALBANY — On a sunny, quiet Friday morning on the Indiana University Southeast campus, Chancellor Ray Wallace spoke about the future, warning of what's to come if nothing is changed.
CLARK COUNTY – The West Clark Community Schools board voted to move forward with renovations to each of the district’s three campuses—Sellersburg, Borden and Henryville.
NEW ALBANY — When Janice Barnett, director at the BreakAway women's recovery home in New Albany asked students at Fairmont Elementary for their help in raising awareness for recovery, the kids were all in.
CHARLESTOWN — The City of Charlestown has initiated plans for a more than 120 acre multi-sports complex, a move that's expected to make it a regional draw for youth and league sports.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Jeffersonville High School senior Zachery Abrams observed the crowd that gathered along Riverside Drive on Monday afternoon from his location down at the Ohio River bank.
CHARLESTOWN — Two students sat focused, hunting for the letter "L" to stamp with a dot highlighter, as their teacher Brittany Mellum Schoen helped guide them through the exercise.
CLARK COUNTY — The proposed West Clark Community Schools separation is one step closer to becoming a reality with the recent state approval of two proposed budgets.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — For Holly Rupprecht, Clarksville Community Schools' free meal programs have been a major help to her family over the past year.
NEW ALBANY — As Ellie Jackman moved into her Indiana University Southeast residence hall this week, she was prepared to start a new phase of her life.
This Week's Circulars
Raymond O. Oyler, 86, of New Albany, passed away early Friday morning in New Albany after fighting a long, hard 15 year battle with Alzheimer's disease. He was born in Warsaw, Indiana to the late Ralph and Violet (Hull) Oyler. He was a longtime member of St. John's United Presbyterian Church…
Cody Winston Embry, 79, Henryville, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019, at Sellersburg Nursing and Rehab. Born on the family farm in Butler County, Ky., March 14, 1940. Cody loved his relationship with the Lord, the outdoors, music, and the UK Wildcats. He was preceded in death by his parent…
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