CLARKSVILLE — Tess Kessinger is about to open a new chapter in her life.
CLARKSVILLE — It's common consensus in the region that some of the best views of the Louisville skyline are from Clarksville.
NEW ALBANY — Dwight Schmitt, longtime New Albany resident, said he considers himself homeless right now for the first time ever.
NEW ALBANY — Technically, he’s got as much of a yard as anyone else on Shelby Street. But looking at Gary Flispart’s home, it looks like he’s got more of a plot than maybe anyone else downtown. Along with the expanse comes a view of the main entrance of New Albany High School.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Charlestown resident Tim Stoner is familiar with Clark County's new roundabouts, but he wouldn't call himself a friend of them.
INDIANA — Voters casting straight-party ballots in this November’s general election will have an added step not seen before, and some election officials are concerned the changes will present unnecessary challenges.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — While it may not be an ideal solution, community leaders seem to agree that an over-burdened criminal justice system must better address what's so often right in front of them: a growing epidemic of drug addiction.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Throughout downtown New Albany, along interstates and elsewhere in Clark and Floyd counties, billboard ads for public school districts have popped up in the last few years.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Around the turn of the 19th century, a young Clark County man named Cash Lewman planted a row of maple trees on his farm near Charlestown.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Stationed in Khandahar, Afghanistan, for nine months in 2012, Sgt. Matthew Thomason got used to falling asleep to the lullaby of gunfire and explosions — so much so that he could tell what kind of weapon was being fired just by the sound. When he returned home to Clark Cou…
NEW ALBANY — Towns across Indiana are revamping their downtowns to attract and keep residents, and street conversion is an important part of some of their plans.
FLOYD COUNTY — Sam, Zachary and Eleanor had lives filled with love, even if their mothers only had so little time to spend with them. They swaddled them in blankets, held them close and told them they loved them.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The image of a cobalt colored MINI Cooper crinkled under shattered glass with a chunk of steel missing from the passenger side might be the one thing to stop someone from drinking and driving, or at least Kevin Vissing hopes it is.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Like bones, remnants of once-thriving businesses stripe the horizon along 10th Street in Jeffersonville, reminders of what the corridor once was.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Laurel Keehn was 27 years old and already a mother of two girls when she first went to work as a cartographer for the Army Map Service, making maps that were used by the military.
CLARKSVILLE — While Clarksville continues to focus on revitalizing the community through extensive development and redevelopment efforts, the town is making plans to ensure proper infrastructure is in place to improve conditions and handle growth.
This Week's Circulars
John Brown Canter, 76, of New Albany, Indiana, went to be with the Lord on Friday, October 18, 2019. He was born on February 3, 1943 in New Albany, Indiana to the late Otto and Willie Houser Canter. Along with his parents, he is preceded in death by his 2 brothers. John is survived by his lo…
Lavoice Lewis, 92, passed away peacefully on Friday, October 18, 2019 at the University of Louisville Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. She was born on May 23, 1927 in Childress Texas to the late Joe and Ethell Matthews (Alexander). Mrs. Lewis was a home maker and a member of the Stony Point…
Charles John "Red" Coulter Jr., 73 years of age, died Friday, October 18, 2019 at University of Louisville Hospital with his family by his side. He was born December 15, 1945 and was a retired truck driver. He will be greatly missed and fondly remembered by his family and friends. In additio…
Marilyn WIllcox, 68, of Clarksville, IN. passed away Wednesday night at her home. She was a 1969 graduate of Chartrand High School in Indianapolis. She was married to the love of her life, Paul for 36 years. Marilyn never met a stranger. Her laugh was contagious and her smile lit up the room…
Rita May Becht, 84 years of age passed away Thursday, October 17, 2019 in New Albany, IN. She was born March 14, 1935 in New Albany, IN to the late John and Edna Becht, and was a 1953 graduate of New Albany High School. Rita was a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in New A…
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