ANDERSON — When it comes to the issue of climate change, Indiana finds itself caught, in a sense, between two realities.
Lora Clark, Executive Director of LifeSpan Resources, has announced that this year’s Voice and Vino at the Casino will be live and promises to be bigger and better than ever.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Scores of Southern Indiana residents are reporting much longer than usual wait times for medications over the past few months, specifically at larger chain pharmacies in the area.
NEW ALBANY — A New Albany High School track coach has been charged with misdemeanor theft after investigators say he took more than $600 from a team fundraiser earlier this year.
WASHINGTON — U.S. health advisers endorsed a booster of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine Friday, citing growing worry that Americans who got the single-dose shot aren’t as protected as those given two-dose brands.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Three local nonprofits have been selected as finalists to win a $114,000 grant from Impact100 Southern Indiana, a philanthropic organization led by women.
Meet Riley — the spunky, smart, medium-sized Heinz 57 who is looking for his new home. We may not know what breed he truly is, but he does have the nose of a hound. He is very social and friendly, especially when you have treats. However, he does need to meet everyone in the home as he is sh…
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Two grants awarded by the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana are supporting the development of recreational spaces in Clark and Floyd counties.
SELLERSBURG — The Sellersburg Police Department is one step closer to moving into a much-needed new space that is expected to give officers a better workspace for serving the community.
SELLERSBURG — Town leaders are moving forward on several projects aimed at providing better water pressure and quality in Sellersburg, a benefit to new and future residents and the fire protection services in the area.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The Duke Energy Foundation announced $190,000 in grants for Indiana environmental initiatives on Thursday, and two local entities will receive a portion of the funds.
JEFFERSONVILLE — City employees will see parental leave, short-term disability and deferred compensation for the first time starting in January 2022, along with other benefit changes and additions.
Flat iron steak is a less expensive, lean and tasty cut of meat from the chuck roast. It is about two inches thick and has some fat marbling to add flavor but most of the outer fat is trimmed off.
NEW ALBANY — Baptist Health Floyd and Mayor Jeff Gahan disagree about ambulance services after the hospital’s president said the city’s news release posted Wednesday included some inaccuracies about response times.
ELIZABETH — Caesars Southern Indiana has a new ownership team as the North Carolina-based Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) Holdings celebrates its recent acquisition of the casino.
NEW YORK — Food companies are coming under renewed pressure to use less salt after U.S. regulators spelled out long-awaited guidelines aimed at reducing sodium levels in dozens of foods including condiments, cereals, french fries and potato chips.
LOUISVILLE — Claims made by a New Albany man that he was pulled over by officers and ordered to leave his vehicle at gunpoint were baseless, a four-month-long investigation by the Louisville Metro Police Department’s Professional Standards Unit found.
NEW ALBANY — Three Baptist Health Floyd employees were recognized Wednesday as winners of a photo contest conducted by the hospital to create a sense of pride in its workers.
NEW ALBANY— The New Albany Housing Authority received funding Tuesday to redevelop public housing in the Beechwood neighborhood, a project that is a part of the city’s plan to improve housing and provide affordable options.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s pace of COVID-19 vaccination shots has fallen to its lowest level since the shots became available last winter.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Community agencies in Southern Indiana are working together to help fill a gap in assisting the increasing number of residents at risk for eviction as the pandemic continues to put financial strains on families and individuals.
INDIANAPOLIS — More than 6,600 Afghan refugees who began arriving at the Indiana National Guard’s Camp Atterbury training post nearly six weeks ago are awaiting resettlement.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Clark County judge has ordered that a woman charged Tuesday with murder after a fatal stabbing at her home on National Avenue in Jeffersonville be held without bond.
LOUISVILLE — Overnight lane closures are scheduled Tuesday on Interstate 65 North near the Abraham Lincoln Bridge. Three lanes and a shoulder will be closed for maintenance of tolling equipment, according to a news release.
NEW ALBANY — Findings from a housing study reported by the City of New Albany on Thursday reiterated the need for affordable housing in the city.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Agriculture is partnering with the Indiana Rural Health Association and Purdue Extension to reduce mental health stigma in farm communities and connect people to stress assistance programs.
INDIANAPOLIS — Two state representatives are urging Gov. Eric Holcomb to speed up the state’s rental assistance program to help distribute federal funding to Hoosiers in need.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A homicide investigation is ongoing in Jeffersonville after police say a woman was fatally stabbed Monday morning. The suspect is in custody.
NEW ALBANY — A week of programming at Indiana University Southeast will include important conversations about mental health and suicide prevention.
NEW ALBANY — A federal judge has denied a motion to include virtually all drivers who have paid tolling fees related to the Ohio River Bridges in litigation pending between three motorists and the companies responsible for collecting tolls on three bridges between Louisville and Southern Indiana.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Fire Department is ramping up its attention to fitness through a recently implemented program that uses simulated work situations to help firefighters improve health.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A lack of awareness and a need for a qualified workforce to use the technology are the main reasons why Indiana manufacturers are lagging behind implementation of data-driven approaches and developing artificial intelligence, a study by Purdue University researchers finds.
In a recent Sound-Off item in our local paper, a caller said: “I read...where another church is collecting food and supplies for Haiti, but I have not seen one church or one group collecting for the people of Louisiana or the fire victims out in California. Shouldn’t we be taking care of the…
The annual celebration of the Harvest Homecoming Festival allows the community to enjoy several important milestones. This year the event helps take one step closer to a sense of normalcy in the midst of pandemic chaos. The COVID-19 virus and its effects may still be present, but the gatheri…
The 2021 Harvest Homecoming is moving full-speed in downtown New Albany as festival-goers fill the streets to see the booths, enjoy the food, be entertained and compete for various prizes. The festival formally ends with Closing Ceremonies and Prize Drawings at 4 p.m. Sunday on the Samtec Ca…
NEW ALBANY — The Cultural Resource Center at Indiana University Southeast will move to a smaller location in the library as a result of the campus writing center being relocated.
CHARLESTOWN — For some, it might be hard to believe that “Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark” is 40 years old, but that was just the beginning of a popular franchise, which will soon be expanding into its fifth movie.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A Southern Indiana organization long specializing in mental health is expanding services in response to the growing need for addiction treatment in the area.
FLOYD COUNTY — Residents of Floyd County who have had their driver’s, hunting, fishing, professional or other license suspended because they owe child support can take advantage of a new program that may allow them to get their license reinstated.
Jackie, she’s the life of the party and will be the light of your life. She’s got enough energy and generates enough power to light up a stadium full of lightbulbs — that’s just with the power of her always-wagging tail! She’s the happiest gal who’s never had a bad day in her entire life. Ja…
NEW ALBANY – The eastbound I-64 crossover that takes traffic to the top deck of the Sherman Minton Bridge will be temporarily closed for pavement repair, the Sherman Minton Renewal Project announced late Thursday afternoon.
AUBURN — An Indiana state senator who spent 10 days in a hospital’s intensive care unit with COVID-19 says he stands behind his decision to not get vaccinated against the illness.
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June 2021 Obituaries
Visitation: 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at Newcomer Cremations, Funerals & Receptions (3309 Ballard Lane, New Albany). Burial: Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky. www.NewcomerKentuckiana.com
Hollie Renae (Farnsley) Pouw, 47, passed away Wednesday. Visitation:Monday, October 18th, 11am-8pm, Tuesday, October 19th, 11am-1pm. FuneralService:Tuesday, 1pm, all at the Market Street location of Naville & Seabrook FuneralHomes.
Sara K. Amos, 96,passed away peacefully on Thursday, October 14, 2021 in New Albany, Indiana. She was born on August 21, 1925 in Lebanon, Kentucky to Foster and Martha Ramsey. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, Paul D. Amos; a son, James Anderson; brothers, …
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