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CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Town Council voted Tuesday to provide $30,000 in assistance to the more than 150 residents being displaced from America's Best Inn when it closes Friday.

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — Haleigh Graves thought the only thing she would see inside the Clark County Fairgrounds exhibit building was a hog show. She had no idea the state's top executive would be there as well, looking on from the fence.

LOUISVILLE – Two open houses will be held next week, one in New Albany and one in Louisville, to share updated information about the Sherman Minton Renewal Project. The project team will present options for traffic management during construction, answer questions and gather public feedback. …


CHARLESTOWN — A project that's been in talks for decades in Charlestown is getting final touches, and within the next few weeks the city police department will be moving into its new home.

JEFFERSONVILLE — One Southern Indiana today announced Layn USA, the U.S. subsidiary of Chinese company Guilin Layn Corp., has signed a purchase and sales agreement (PSA) with the River Ridge Development Authority and will commence due diligence to evaluate the parcel as the location for a ne…

JEFFERSONVILLE — One Southern Indiana officials, in coordination with the Indiana Economic Development Corp., announced Monday that MXD Process' intention to return to Jeffersonville to lease a new facility at 4650 New Middle Road. The $1.8 million project, contingent on the Jeffersonville C…

LOUISVILLE — Forecastle Festival-goers braved the heat at Louisville’s Waterfront Park over the weekend to see an eclectic lineup of more than 50 bands across the event’s five stages, and experience the best of the city’s quirky culture.

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — As Indiana remains landlocked on three sides by states with some level of legal acceptance of marijuana, Southern Indiana police deal with increased flow of the drug from other areas, forcing lawmakers to ponder where the state is headed.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — When thinking of mission work, people may envision trips to support less fortunate groups in foreign countries. One local church, however, has decided to put forth that effort in its own back yard.

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NEW ALBANY — Race is a topic that many prefer to avoid. But local leaders are hoping to create change within the community by facilitating honest dialogues about African-American history, as well as racial divisions that continue to exist today.


Normally, when a person talks about grilling steak, the conclusion is the traditional presentation, which is a beautifully grilled steak nestled up against a baked potato and a wonderful vegetable. In today’s recipe, we will be preparing one of our favorite dishes, a grilled black and blue s…

JEFFERSONVILLE — For the past six years, community members have come together to have a good time at the Power of Pink gala. But the annual event is much more than a party — the fundraiser is a way to celebrate and support those who experience breast cancer.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced today that the state is requesting an agricultural disaster designation for 88 counties — including Clark and Floyd — due to losses caused by flooding and excessive rain this planting season.

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The question: Why doesn't the Colgate Clock operate anymore? Also, the lighting on the clock hasn't worked for over a year. Is this going to be repaired? Hoping to find the answer. — Submitted by James Lynch, Jeffersonville

CLARKSVILLE — Representatives from the Falls of the Ohio State Park and One Southern Indiana (1si) will celebrate the renovation of the interpretive center with a ribbon-cutting and new orientation film “The Falls of the Ohio” 9 a.m., Friday, July 12.


SOUTHERN INDIANA — In the aftermath of a blaze at a Jim Beam barrel warehouse in Kentucky last week, hundreds of dead fish have appeared in the Ohio River along Indiana shores this week.

JEFFERSONVILLE — Seven members of Greater Clark County Schools’ administrative team will change roles starting with the 2019-20 school year as Superintendent Mark Laughner continues to work to align the skills and talents of district leaders with the needs of its schools, according to a Grea…


NEW ALBANY — The Carnegie Center for Art and History, in partnership with the city of New Albany, is moving forward with plans to transform an outdated waterfront skate park into a skateable work of public art.

The Fourth of July festivities and fireworks have come and gone for most, but summer is just getting started. How do you measure fun in the summer? Do you wander to Georgetown to see a movie at the drive-in? Is a ride on a roller coaster at one of the nearby amusement parks on your to-do lis…

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Masako N. Santos, of New Albany, Indiana, passed away peacefully on Monday, July 15, 2019 at Silvercrest Nursing Home at the age of 89. Masako was born in Okinawa, Japan and endured many hardships in her young life including protecting her younger siblings during the occupation of Okinawa by…

Lester C. Bottorff Jr., 87, passed away Saturday, July 13, 2019 at Westminster Village. He was retired from Colgate. Lester was a member of CCCC, VFW, American Legion, Moose Lodge, FOE. He was also a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Lester served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korea…

Hiram Eull "Wally" Wallace, 91, went to be with the Lord on December 27, 2018. This gifted and beloved gentleman was a shining example of a loving patriarch, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and cherished friend to so many. Wally leaves behind a legacy of selfless character, …

Juanita M. Glasscock, 74 of Charlestown passed away on Friday. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 1:00 P.M. at Grayson's in Charlestown. Visitation after 11:00 A.M. Tuesday.