SELLERSBURG — In their first year of IHSAA postseason eligibility, the Rock Creek Academy Lions went a respectable 2-8, notching wins over Lexington (Ky.) Sayre and Jasonville Community before bowing out to perennial Class A power Eastern Greene in the first round of Sectional 48.

RAMSEY — Evan Scott tallied two goals to lead Providence to a 5-0 win over host North Harrison in the season-opener for both Saturday. 

SELLERSBURG — First-year Silver Creek coach Dave Papenhaus didn’t seem worried after his team struggled a bit in a 36-12 loss to visiting Seymour in a scrimmage Friday night.

MADISON — Led by medalist Keara Eder, Madison held off Henryville in a dual match Thursday afternoon at Sunrise Golf Course. 

CLARKSVILLE — Clarksville's Karena Knight earned medalist honors, but Charlestown edged the Generals in a match Wednesday afternoon at Wooded View Golf Course. 


The Fellowship of Christian Athletes has seen strong growth in Southern Indiana in recent years.

We have been blessed with many successful teams in Clark and Floyd counties. From Little League to high school, we have had very talented and successful individuals on these teams. Not every kid is a Romeo Langford from New Albany, or Drew Ellis from Jeffersonville playing in the pros and th…

KALAMAZOO, MICH. — After having its Saturday game postponed, Highlander Youth Recreation won a pair of pool-play games in the Intermediate 50/70 Central Region Tournament Sunday. 

This Week's Circulars

Southern Indiana Business Magazine

Read current and past editions of the News and Tribune's bimonthly business magazine.


Paul J. Francke "Joe", 68, of Jeffersonville, IN passed away on Sunday, August 18, 2019 at his home surrounded by his loving family. A funeral service will be at 7 PM on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at Legacy Funeral Center, 921 Main St. Jeffersonville, IN. Visitation for Joe will be on Tuesday,…

Online Poll

Do you think a new ordinance in New Albany, restricting when fireworks can be set off, will deter residents?

In response to noise complaints, the New Albany City Council has narrowly passed an ordinance limiting when fireworks can be used inside city limits. Now, residents of the city can only use consumer fireworks legally during certain times 15 days a year: June 29-July 11 and Dec. 31-Jan 1. The new regulation comes with teeth: a $150 fine for the first offense, $300 for the second, and $500 for each thereafter. Permits can be obtained by organizations wishing to use fireworks outside those specified times.

You voted:

WAVE 3 News Weather