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.
CLARKSVILLE — For the fifth consecutive year, Clarksville Community Schools and One Vision Credit Union are joining together to bring school supplies to the students of Clarksville.
SELLERSBURG — Local first responders took part in a dangerous demonstration Thursday to help bring awareness to how quickly a car can be hot to children or pets left inside.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A nonprofit that has been helping victims of domestic violence and sexual assault for four decades in Southern Indiana has moved to a new location and begun offering greater outreach to those who need their services.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Jeffersonville librarian is helping to archive the history of the pandemic in Clark County through a series of oral accounts.
CLARK COUNTY — The Clark County 4-H Fairgrounds buzzed with energy Friday night as hundreds streamed in for the kickoff of the annual fair — the first in person since before the pandemic.
SELLERSBURG — A year after splitting from West Clark Community Schools, the new Silver Creek School Corp. is looking to the future as school leaders prepare for extensive facility renovations across the district.
CLARKSVILLE — Six weeks after fire destroyed an historic cabin at the George Rogers Clark home site in Clarksville, officials are making plans to move forward.
CLARK COUNTY — For the past seven decades, Clarksville resident Charles “Chick” Anders has been a trapper — a person who traps wild animals for their fur and to help with population control.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Clark County judge will not close to the public and news media an upcoming civil trial related to child molestation, he ruled Monday.
CLARKSVILLE — A weeklong summer program gave local elementary students the opportunity to engage in fun, hands-on activities focused on problem-solving.
CLARKSVILLE — Eleven historical Clarksville homes have been given special designation as being 100 years or older, part of ongoing efforts to celebrate the town’s history.
JEFFERSONVILLE — An upcoming public art event in Jeffersonville is aimed at tying together some of the city’s amenities and connecting the community with the nature of the area.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A Southern Indiana businessman and activist is partnering with community agencies to create a space to have open, honest conversations about race, inclusion, diversity and equity — and how they contribute to both the history and future of the area.
NEW ALBANY — The Indiana University Women’s Philanthropy Leadership Council, in partnership with the IU Foundation Well House Society, awarded over $11,000 to IU Southeast to support youth mental health first aid training for faculty and staff and the local community.
CLARKSVILLE — Two years to the day after a Louisville couple lost a loved one due to addiction, the pair has found a measure of healing in supporting a recently-opened men’s recovery home in Clarksville.
CLARKSVILLE — An arson suspect police say burned down a historic cabin in Clarksville last week appeared for an initial hearing Monday in Clark County.
NEW ALBANY — A former Floyd Central High School business teacher charged last week with providing alcohol to a student appeared for an initial hearing Monday in Floyd County.
CLARKSVILLE — Every month for two years, Clarksville resident Dottie Rabbeth drove past the same house on Rosewood Drive until one day, it was for sale.
NEW ALBANY — A Floyd Central High business teacher and former Miss Harvest Homecoming has been charged with a felony after police say she provided alcohol to an underage student during the school’s recent prom.
CLARKSVILLE — Two administrators from Clarksville Community Schools have received honors from the Indiana Association of School Principals.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Police determined there was no threat after investigating a suitcase left unattended at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School monday morning.
NEW ALBANY — Pamela Whitten, president-elect of Indiana University, wants her time as president to be recognized for its student-centered approach across all campuses.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana General Assembly gave final approval Thursday to a new two-year $37 billion state budget that is bolstered by $3 billion in federal coronavirus relief funding. The new budget takes effect in July.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — In Clark and Floyd counties, public school districts are set to receive a combined $36 million from the third round of federal pandemic relief.
CLARK COUNTY — Four Clark County high school seniors have been awarded a total of $3,500 in scholarships for their creative efforts in promoting recycling in their communities.
GEORGETOWN — The New Albany-Floyd County school district is preparing for expected growth in the Georgetown area with the purchase of property for future use.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Attorneys for the Greater Clark County School Corporation have filed motions in a civil case related to child molestation seeking to close the upcoming trial to the public and prevent the plaintiff from speaking with news media.
CLARK COUNTY — A new civil suit has been filed against a Jeffersonville man convicted of molesting 20 children at an elementary school and YMCA in Clark County in 2017.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Indiana Sen. Todd Young toured the internationally-renowned technological training company Amatrol, Inc. Wednesday in Jeffersonville, which he called “a place where people can adapt to the economy of the future.”
INDIANA — A three-year-old civil case involving collective bargaining agreements between four Indiana teacher’s associations — including that of the now-dissolved West Clark Community Schools — and a state education employment board is heading to the Indiana Supreme Court.
HENRYVILLE — NASA’s latest mission to Mars is providing a unique experience for Henryville High School students to learn about what it takes to make a rover successful on the red planet, which educators say they hope can help inspire students toward future careers.
NEW ALBANY — A special project combining art, nature and education is underway in New Albany and expected to be in full bloom around May.
CLARK COUNTY — Borden High School and Henryville High School both reached graduation rates above the state average in 2020.
INDIANAPOLIS — Public schools providing virtual education will receive full funding once Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb signs Senate Bill 2 into law.
FLOYD COUNTY — New Albany-Floyd County school leaders voiced their opposition this week to controversial “school choice” legislation proposed by state lawmakers.
INDIANA — A former Silver Creek High School teacher has lost his teaching license after an investigation into allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior with students. Some of the incidents were reported to have happened nine or more years ago.
In accordance with Indiana University COVID-19 policies, Indiana University Southeast is planning an in-person, outdoor May commencement ceremony for both 2020 and 2021 undergraduate and graduate students.
BLOOMINGTON — As Indiana University approaches the one-year anniversary of having to adapt to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is looking forward with considerable optimism.
CHARLESTOWN — When it debuted at the 1939 World’s Fair in New York City, the Silver Meteor was a marvel of modern travel with luxury amenities affordable for the average citizen.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The first of a two-part series through the Jeffersonville Township Free Public Library Thursday fostered conversations on poetry as an integral part of the Black experience, history and memory.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A piece of legislation making its way through the Indiana statehouse could extend to the next decade the sundown date on syringe service programs, which some Southern Indiana officials credit with saving lives through harm reduction methods.
INDIANA — Preliminary data show that compared with 2019, last year had nearly a 50% increase in overdoses seen in emergency departments in Indiana, with an 18% rise across the U.S. in just the first four months of the pandemic.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Numbers released from the Clark County Health Department show that during three months of 2020, drug overdose cases seen in the emergency room were at or well above the previous record — which health officials say points to the need for continued education and advances in tr…
JEFFERSONVILLE — The sixth annual Clark County CARES Drug Facts Week starts Monday, a series of events meant to help provide resources and education to people affected by addiction and to connect groups and individuals to help find solutions.
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June 2021 Obituaries
Services for Mary Haley, 10:30 a.m. Saturday, August 7, 2021 at Legacy Funeral Center, with burial following at Walnut Ridge Cemetery. Visitation Friday from 4-8 p.m. at the funeral home.
James "Jim" C. Thompson, 86, passed away Saturday, July 31, 2021 at Clark Memorial Health. He worked at the Army Ammunition Plant and Jewish Hospital as an orderly/transport. Jim was a member of Eastside Christian Church. He was a native of Shepherdsville, KY. He is survived by his sons, Hen…
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