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SOUTHERN INDIANA — Kristi Charbonneau, a teacher at Floyd Central High School, said she is concerned that legislation under consideration at the Indiana Statehouse could cause teachers to “leave in droves.”

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SELLERSBURG — Ivy Tech Community College Sellersburg and Baptist Health have announced a $2.5 million commitment that will significantly support campus renovations of Pfau Hall and establish the Baptist Health School of Health Sciences and the Baptist Health Life Sciences Laboratory Suite.

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Editor’s note: This is the first of three parts of the special report “Child care in Indiana: Starting Behind.” Look for subsequent parts of the report coming soon.

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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.

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…

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JEFFERSONVILLE — The Barber Academy in Jeffersonville has recently awarded its first two scholarships to students reaching toward success in their trade and has partnered with other community organizations to help provide much-needed resources to them and other students.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — A modern remix of a series of Jeffersonville High School theater productions that brought to the forefront conversations on race and identity is drawing nearer to its debut.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Clark County Museum, the Jeffersonville Township Public Library and the Vintage Fire Museum and Safety Education Center in Jeffersonville were among the recipients of more than $800,000 in federal pandemic relief grants to humanities organizations across the state.

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NEW ALBANY — A New Albany High School track coach has been charged with misdemeanor theft after investigators say he took more than $600 from a team fundraiser earlier this year.

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CLARKSVILLE — In 1958, months after a visit to study the systems of the Soviet Union, former U.S. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt addressed a crowd of 1,000 people in the gymnasium at the newly-built Clarksville High School.

Jeffersonville High School provided a bit of the “normal life” to its students with Fall Homecoming. Fall Homecoming King Vaughndez Baynes and Queen Lily Fondrisi were recognized Sept. 10.

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NEW ALBANY — Enrollment has decreased by 13% at Indiana University Southeast this fall, a drop that university leaders attribute to effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — A civil trial scheduled for next month involving Greater Clark County Schools, Michael Begin who was convicted of child molestation, and one of the child victims has been cancelled, after an agreement reached between the parties earlier this month. 

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CLARKSVILLE — The Town of Clarksville’s new Beat the Heat initiative is partnering with Clarksville Community Schools and community volunteers to develop a heat map of the Town. On Monday, August 23rd, community members will be volunteering to bike and drive around town to record ground-leve…

The special Olympics prepares for the Borden Polar Plunge at Deam Lake in February. And, the New Albany head basket ball coach achieves his 600th win.

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