SOUTHERN INDIANA — Even as safety concerns amid the COVID-19 pandemic have driven up online holiday sales this year, plenty of Southern Indiana shoppers still made the trip for in-person deals on Black Friday.
NEW ALBANY — Wednesday is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and the Floyd County Prosecutor’s office is working to help raise awareness of the issue.
CLARK COUNTY — The Clark County Health Department is offering free drive-thru training today in Henryville to learn to administer naloxone, the opioid overdose reversal drug.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Southern Indiana and around the state, leaders from local hospitals urge the public to remain diligent about safety precautions to help curb the spread of the virus and the resulting hospitalizations.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Jeffersonville police and LifeSpring Health Systems are partnering to provide more robust resources to people in the community in need of help for addiction issues, the groups announced Tuesday.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Clark Memorial Health has recently been selected to participate in two key steps in fighting COVID-19 — by being the first in the world to use a new treatment outside of trials and by being one of five hospitals in the state to store the expected vaccine.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Clark Memorial Health has become the first hospital in the U.S. to begin using bamlanivimab, a monoclonal antibody treatment approved this week through emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration to treat certain patients diagnosed with COVID-19.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Jeffersonville church has stepped up to partner with the Homeless Coalition of Southern Indiana for its white flag emergency shelter after a period of uncertainty on where the program would continue this winter.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Local health officials are working together on potential new restrictions due to the continued rise in COVID-19 cases, a day after Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced he was placing more responsibility at the county level.
INDIANA — Indiana has hit a new record for one-day COVID-19 cases with 6,654 reported Wednesday, according to the state department of health. Clark and Floyd counties hit a high with a combined 181.
INDIANA — As COVID-19 numbers continue to hit new highs across Indiana, Southern Indiana health officials urge a pandemic-weary public to remain vigilant and safe.
November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, a time to draw attention to the benefits of compassionate, supportive care for serious illness.
JEFFERSONVILLE — City leaders say they hope an event this weekend will help garner support for local downtown Jeffersonville businesses while giving residents and visitors space to enjoy what the neighborhood has to offer.
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Indiana set a daily high of newly reported cases of COVID-19 Thursday as the number of hospitalizations and new infections across the state continued to spike.
CLARK COUNTY — For the first time in 15 years, New Albany native Ginger Payne is beginning to truly be able to see herself, shining through the burden of addiction that has followed her for years.
INDIANAPOLIS — Limited doses of a COVID-19 vaccine might be available in Indiana as soon as late November, with a second vaccine expected in mid-December, Dr. Kristina Box, the state’s health commissioner, said Wednesday.
CLARK COUNTY — The Clark County Health Department has announced immediate restrictions on extracurricular school activities over the next two weeks in response to a rise in COVID-19 cases in the community.
INDIANA — There have now been 166,564 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Indiana, the state department of health reported Tuesday. Of these, 2,062 are new, from between Oct. 22 and Monday.
CLARK COUNTY — In response to a “significant increase in community spread of COVID-19” locally and statewide, the Clark County Health Department has partnered with Clark Memorial Health to expand testing.
JEFFERSONVILLE — In less than two months, leaders at Community Action of Southern Indiana expect to have all of their programs implemented at the organization’s new site in the Claysburg neighborhood of Jeffersonville.
CLARKSVILLE — Derby Dinner Playhouse has announced it will cancel all performances of the current show “Clue” through Oct. 26 because of a possible COVID-19 exposure.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The Clark County Health Department will offer free drive-through training to administer naloxone (Narcan), a drug that may reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.
CLARK COUNTY — A 2018 initiative by Clark County health officials to respond to cardiac arrest or drug overdose events is getting a boost from a national grant aimed at improving training and expanding services.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Community Action of Southern Indiana (CASI) is expected to close this week on the former Spring Hill Elementary property and begin relocating offices and services over the coming weeks — the first such move in more than 30 years.
JEFFERSONVILLE — On Thursday afternoon, Clark County resident Mike Zalat and those closest to him gathered to celebrate the major transformation he’s undergone over the past year and a half, a man changed for the better.
CLARK COUNTY — The Clark County Health Department is reporting the first West Nile virus positive mosquito sample for 2020.
INDIANA — There have now been 102,243 positive cases of COVID-19 identified in Indiana, 764 of them new, the state department of health reported Thursday.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — In early August, Southern Indiana pediatrician Dr. Christy Lane got the opportunity to contribute to the fight against COVID-19 in a way she hopes can save lives and help us return to a more normal life — by participating in a clinical trial study for a vaccine.
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INDIANA — There have now been 91,313 COVID-19 cases identified among Hoosiers, 832 of them new, the Indiana State Department of Health reported Friday.
CLARK COUNTY — Three Clark County municipalities will receive state grants that will bring a total of $750,000 to help Southern Indiana businesses affected by COVID-19.
INDIANA — There have now been 90,504 COVID-19 cases identified among Hoosiers, 1,164 of them new, the Indiana State Department of Health reported Thursday.
NEW ALBANY — Glynita Bell, founder and clinical director at Heart 2 Heart Wellness Center in New Albany, comes from a family of helpers, a gift she’s using to help others navigate what for some is an especially challenging year.
INDIANA — There have now been 87,592 COVID-19 cases identified among Indiana residents, the state department of health reported Monday. Of these, 688 are new.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A group of Southern Indiana artists is harnessing community energy for a series of art pieces designed to honor and uplift healthcare workers at Clark Memorial Health.
INDIANA — There have now been 83,277 COVID-19 cases identified in Indiana since March, 955 of them between Aug. 14 and 19, the Indiana State Department of Health reported Thursday.
UTICA — A group of Utica residents is preparing to help fill a need that has grown in the area since the COVID-19 pandemic started — providing food to put on the table.
INDIANA — There have now been 82,336 COVID-19 cases identified in Indiana since March, 506 of them between Aug. 10 and 18, the Indiana State Department of Health reported Wednesday.
INDIANA — There have now been 81,847 COVID-19 cases identified in Indiana since March, 820 of them reported on Monday alone, according to the state department of health.
CORYDON — For more than 40 years, Lynn Miller has been farming his family’s land in Corydon. But it wasn’t until their farmers market sales swelled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic that what he does to feed families truly hit home.
INDIANA — There have now been 78,632 positive COVID-19 cases identified in Indiana since March, 1,079 of them new, the Indiana State Department of Health reported Friday. There have been 2,906 deaths.
INDIANA — There have now been 77,565 positive COVID-19 cases identified in Indiana, 1,046 of which are new, the state department of health reported Thursday.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Baptist Health Floyd in New Albany has implemented new visitor restrictions after a recent rise in COVID-19 cases in the area.
CHARLESTOWN — Local health officials are working with a Southern Indiana organization that serves people with developmental disabilities after a COVID-19 outbreak within the past two weeks.
INDIANA — There have now been nearly 2,100 cases of COVID-19 identified among residents of Clark and Floyd counties, according to daily state data released Tuesday.
This Week's Circulars
Muriel M. LaDuke, passed away Wednesday November 25, 2020 at her home. She was the former Muriel King, born in Chicago, Illinois and was the former Executive Director for Southern Indiana Respite. She was also the founder and Executive Director of Kaiser Home Support Services. She was very i…
David Troder Pacey, 69, of Milford, OH, passed away on Thursday, November 26, 2020 at IU Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, IN. He was born on April 12, 1951 to Arthur and Marie Graves Pacey in Jeffersonville, IN. He was a former Realtor and member of First Baptist Church Charlestown…
Patricia Ann Hilbert, 62, of New Albany, passed away on November 20, 2020. Scott Funeral Home, Jeffersonville, is entrusted with the arrangements.
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