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.
After a hiatus due to the pandemic, a group of local artists has resumed its monthly creative meet-ups and invites people of all skill levels to join in an international art movement connecting communities from across the world.
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.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Visitors will be able to enjoy extra dining and strolling space along Spring Street this summer as part of a new effort by the City of Jeffersonville and Jeffersonville Main Street.
CLARKSVILLE — With Memorial Day weekend just days away, the Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department announced it has made the difficult decision to delay the opening of Clarksville Cove Family Aquatic Center.
In most cases when people think of serving a dish that has smoked elements, they assume it will take a lot of time and effort. Today’s recipe is an example of a deliciously smoky dish that is quick and easy to prepare.
Zucchini is really easy to grow in almost any state. It grows so fast that you will have zucchini coming out of your ears! I created these muffins to turn a vegetable sweet instead of the typical savory. Try adding chocolate chips, chopped nuts or a peanut butter swirl to make these muffins …
As a regular reader you may recall that I ventured into the pellet grill/smoker camp this past winter after a lot of due diligence and debate.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Organizers behind Abbey Road on the River, the world’s largest Beatles-inspired music festival, have announced a second event in Jeffersonville this year, this one hitting its traditional Memorial Day weekend.
Sometimes a smoked dish can be a bit of an undertaking. So naturally, finding a smoked dish that doesn’t take a ton of time is a real find, especially if you want to cook a family meal during the week.
NEW ALBANY — A special project combining art, nature and education is underway in New Albany and expected to be in full bloom around May.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Southern Indiana family has pooled their talents to bring a unique venue to the area, one they hope will be a smash hit with the community.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The Jeffersonville Board of Public Works has approved four special events this year — three in early spring — which could signal a return to a measure of normalcy after a year of shuttered activities due to COVID-19.
The other day I was talking to a friend about our impending snowstorm, and we were trying to remember the last time such a large amount of snow had been predicted for the area.
Residents of Autumn Woods Senior Living in New Albany recently enjoyed their own sweet, chocolately “Hershey Kiss Day” with hilarious chocolate quotes, a chocolate kiss toss and, of course, a few Hershey Kisses!
Let’s face it, you don’t want to eat alone on Valentine’s Day. I hate eating alone. Recipe for Froggy Love: You. Me. And Meow Mix. No need for anything fancy. I’m a simple cat with simple needs. I want to shower someone with affection. No need for red wine and filet medallions. I’m a beer an…
As we continue to look for ways to fuel our family history research and add to our historical knowledge during this time of pandemic, genealogical societies are offering a wide array of programs that can be accessed from home on your computer.
Want a cat who knows what she’s about? Look no farther than the self-proclaimed queen of the shelter, Kodak. She’s a 5-year-old lady who would prefer you not talk about her age and instead focus on how gorgeous she is. Kodak is all about her snack time and thinks (actually knows) that humans…
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.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The new Jeffersonville Public Arts administrator has hit the ground running, ready for community collaborations that will continue to make the city a brighter place.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Before the doors even opened at noon, there were already more than 100 people in line Friday for a free ham and turkey giveaway in Jeffersonville. Within an hour, the food had all been claimed by local families and individuals.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Jeffersonville Animal Shelter Director Sarah Green said the recent major renovations the shelter has undergone will go a long way toward improving the health and happiness of the cats and dogs who stay there while waiting for their forever homes.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Jury trials in Indiana have been pushed back to March 1, under an order issued Monday by the state supreme court due to COVID-19. But even with delays, Southern Indiana courts say they’ll work to keep everything as on track as possible as the pandemic continues.
CLARK COUNTY — Indiana Department of Transportation contractor E&B Paving Inc. plans to close all lanes of I-65 SB between Henryville (Exit 19) and Memphis (Exit 16) in Clark County the night of Tuesday, Dec. 15. Under the closure, crews will complete bridge repairs at Caney Fork.
NEW ALBANY — A New Albany family say they hope this year’s Christmas decorations can be a beacon of joy for those who may be struggling through what has been a difficult year for many.
It’s Christmas Eve and Winnie-the-Pooh and all his friends are excitedly planning their Christmas Eve party, everyone except Eeyore. He seems to have lost his tail and is miserable. Rabbit organizes a search for Eeyore’s tail in the 100-Acre Wood, and the adventure begins! This delightful mu…
As we continue to do more and more research from home, our attention needs to turn to help aids that direct us to major resources that can add to our personal research.
Markie is a one-year-old Domestic Short Hair kitty who found herself outdoors and alone with a litter of baby kittens. A kind citizen brought her to The New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter and she was placed into a foster home where she could raise her babies in peace. Now that her babies…
The Carnegie Center for Art and History is hosting “There Used to Be a Street,” a solo exhibition by mixed media painter, Dana Oldfather. The exhibition opens Saturday, Nov. 14, with an Open House Reception from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Warm oatmeal with apples and cinnamon has lots of flavor and will kick-start your day because it is budget-friendly, quick to make and full of heart-healthy nutrients.
NEW YORK — When she learned that Ethan Hawke was working on a special audio edition of her acclaimed novel “Gilead,” Marilynne Robinson’s response was to get a better idea of who he was.
JEFFERSONVILLE — For Angela Jackson, a woman incarcerated in Clark County Jail on drug charges, creating art is a form of meditation that stills her mind.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Every day for the past several weeks, Claysburg resident Vanessa Brown has been watching as the message of vibrancy, strength and unity comes to life through a soon-to-be finished mural in the heart of the neighborhood.
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.
Amazon donated 10,000 face shields to Greater Clark County Schools this week to help keep students and staff safe as they begin the school year.
Ivy Tech Community College students will have a direct path to a bachelor’s degree from Hanover College through a cooperative transfer agreement signed by the institutions.
Jeffersonville Township Public Library’s Genealogy and Local History Librarian Diane Stepro will lead a Zoom program from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Aug. 20 for patrons who need to gather family history information from unfamiliar locations.
GEORGETOWN — As agricultural land turns into subdivisions, and the cost of doing business continues to increase, farmers of smaller operations like Dale Mann are pondering the future.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A 14-year-old Jeffersonville writer and artist will soon be sharing her love for storytelling with the community through a unique public art installation.
INDIANA — There have now been 950 cases of COVID-19 reported among Clark County residents and 609 among Floyd County residents to date, the Indiana State Department of Health reported Tuesday.
We think of serving cold wedges of cantaloupe in July and August, but if you feel adventurous, try it grilled or blended into a cold refreshing beverage or soup. It is like a vacation for your taste buds!
SOUTHERN INDIANA — There’s a certain time of year 9-year-old Addie Roberts looks forward to more than most others — the week she spends in Henryville at Camp Quality, a weeklong summer camp for children who have or are dealing with cancer.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Of the roughly 800 local volunteers in the Hope Southern Indiana Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), a select few are recognized each year an an annual awards ceremony for their outstanding service to their communities.
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