LANESVILLE — The 43rd Harvest Homecoming Bicycle Tour will take place Oct. 2 and is available for bikers of all riding levels.
CLARKSVILLE — It was a Warbler that caught the attention of the men gathered Friday morning at the George Rogers Clark home site in Clarksville, as they marveled at the way nature connects us all.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Indiana National Guard members are being deployed to Clark Memorial Health over the next one to two weeks to help support staff with increased work loads due to COVID-19.
CLARK COUNTY — Court officers in Southern Indiana are hoping to bring more attention next month to both breast cancer and domestic violence by providing pink and purple masks to their staffs and anyone who comes into their courtrooms to help protect against COVID-19.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s largest hospital system says more than 100 workers are no longer employed with the health network after they did not comply with its mandate for all employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
FLOYDS KNOBS — Though not a novel idea, what doctors Dan Eichenberger and D. Mark Bickers have planned is unique for Floyd County.
FLOYD COUNTY — For more than 40 years, the Floyd County Animal Rescue League has been helping the animals of Floyd County and their families when they need it most.
NEW ALBANY — There are many things expectant parents must cross off their to-do list before their baby arrives. From the crib to the theme of the nursery, there are decisions that have to be made.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Although much is still unknown about the vaccine requirements or regular COVID-19 testing announced last week by President Joe Biden, some Southern Indiana companies have started preparing through campaigns targeted at increasing the number of staff now vaccinated.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — It was early August when Brandi Moorman, a working single mother, first started to see the evictions take hold after the moratorium put in place during the pandemic was lifted.
INDIANA — The state department of health reported 5,240 new COVID cases in its Thursday report, of the overall 894,516 in Indiana since spring 2020.
INDIANA — The Indiana Department of Health reported three new deaths between Clark and Floyd counties in its Wednesday report of the overall 86 new deaths statewide.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Secured School Safety Board has approved more than $19 million in state grants, marking a third consecutive year the General Assembly has allocated funds for school safety investments.
FRANKFORT — Republican lawmakers took initial steps Tuesday to block statewide mask mandates, showing their preference for local decision-making on the issue as they reconvened for a special session to assert their dominance in shaping Kentucky’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
NEW ALBANY — Baptist Health Floyd health care workers are once again experiencing high levels of stress and an increased workload as the hospital expects its largest surge of COVID-19 patients to date.
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CLARK COUNTY — The Clark County Health Department has issued a public alert after being notified of 12 overdoses in a roughly 24-hour period.
INDIANA — The Indiana Department of Health reported Wednesday that of the state’s 3,720 new COVID-19 cases, 81 are in Clark County and 62 in Floyd.
HENRYVILLE — “There’s not time to not be sustainable. There’s not time to mess up the Earth,” Beth Boesche-Taylor said of the decision she and her husband made to make their farm as sustainable as possible.
HENRYVILLE — Southern Indiana farmer Tonya Pacey has a dream to help others find healing, and next weekend she’s hosting a two-day music and arts festival to kickstart that reality.
INDIANA — The Indiana Department of Health reported Friday that of 21 new COVID-19 deaths, two were in Southern Indiana — one in Clark County and one in Floyd.
FLOYD COUNTY — The Floyd County Health Department is hosting a weekly COVID-19 drive-thru vaccination clinic at Indiana University Southeast starting Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
NEW ALBANY — Baptist Health has announced general increases for all staff as well as raised its minimum starting hourly wage to $15 per hour for all full-time, part-time and temporary workers at its nine hospitals and medical group.
NEW ALBANY — The 15th annual New Albany Historic Home Tour slated for Sept. 11 has been postponed until next year due to the rise in COVID-19 cases.
CORYDON — On 62 acres of rolling farmland in Corydon, U.S. Army veterans Kris and Brittney Hobt are planting the seeds of something special — a sustainable operation they’re already using to help give back to the community.
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…
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid is expected to issue a regulation to start as early as next month requiring nursing homes to ensure staff are vaccinated against COVID-19 or risk losing funding, following an announcement Wednesday by President Joe Biden.
INDIANA — Indiana continues to see highs in new COVID-19 cases not seen since winter, at both the state and local levels.
NEW YORK — U.S. health officials Wednesday recommended all Americans get COVID-19 booster shots to shore up their protection amid the surging Delta variant and evidence that the vaccines’ effectiveness is falling.
INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced today he is establishing a 15-member commission to examine Indiana’s public health system and make recommendations to improve its structure, funding and operations.
WASHINGTON — U.S. health experts are expected to recommend COVID-19 booster shots for all Americans eight months after they get their second dose of the vaccine, to ensure longer-lasting protection as the Delta variant spreads across the country.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Local health officials say that while COVID-19 patients are still able to receive care at Southern Indiana hospitals, the rise in cases is putting a strain on a system that was operating at high levels even before the pandemic.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Catalyst Rescue Mission, Jeffersonville’s only homeless shelter, has tightened some operations and intake procedures to continue to protect the resident population from COVID-19.
INDIANA — The Indiana Department of Health reported Thursday 3,186 new cases of COVID-19 from the previous day — 171 of which are in Clark and Floyd counties.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Parks and Recreation board has announced that Clarksville Cove will end the season early effective immediately, due to staffing shortages and COVID-19 concerns, the board said in a news release.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Local officials and health professionals broke ground Wednesday on a freestanding emergency room in Jeffersonville, which they say is an important new build along the city’s growing Indiana 62/10th Street corridor.
INDIANA — The Indiana Department of Health reported Wednesday a total of 125 new COVID-19 cases between Clark and Floyd counties, marking another day’s high that hasn’t been seen since the start of the year.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Starting Thursday, students and staff within the New Albany Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation (NAFCS) will be required to wear masks, following the county's elevation to orange on the state department of health COVID-19 map.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — LifeSpring Health Systems has announced the selection of their new President/CEO, Beth Keeney, DrPH, who will take office following the retirement of current President and CEO Terry Stawar at the end of the year, according to a news release.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A recent state health report shows that nearly half the residents at a now-shuttered skilled nursing facility in New Albany were not given proper notice before they were relocated, and that some weren’t given a choice of where they were going.
FLOYD COUNTY — After a pause in early spring due to COVID restrictions, the Floyd County Parks Board is moving forward in its push to secure funding for operations, repairs and maintenance of the county’s nine parks.
NEW ALBANY — Owners of a Southern Indiana yoga studio used the pandemic slowdown to grow the offerings at the business, and, on Saturday they're hosting an open house to celebrate their rebranding and thank the community for continued support.
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.
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June 2021 Obituaries
Shirley Coriell Yochem, 70, entered eternal life on Monday, September 27, 2021 at Clark Memorial Health. She was born to the late Dale and Anna Coriell in New Albany on December 11, 1950. Shirley worked at St. John Paul II Catholic School. She enjoyed quilting and baking but her most cherish…
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