Expanding the Madison Consolidated Schools maintenance staff was discussed at Wednesday night’s community conversation session at the Dupont firehouse.
Jurors heard testimony from eight witnesses and viewed more than 20 pieces of evidence for the prosecution Wednesday during the trial of a man accused of dealing and attempting to deal methamphetamine last year.
Indiana conservation officers conducted two separate investigations, with the assistance of Indiana State Police and the Jennings County Sheriff’s Department, into the illegal harvesting and dealing of ginseng out of season.
Southwestern broke open a tie game with four runs in the fourth inning and pulled away for a 6-2 sectional win over South Ripley on Wednesday at Switzerland County.
VERSAILLES — Switzerland County put its leadoff batter on base in four of the seven innings, loaded the bases twice and had runners in scoring position in every inning of Wednesday’s Sectional 45 baseball tournament opener with North Decatur at South Ripley High School.
Southwestern’s Kearstin Bruther, Meredith Webber and Abby Garrett continued their individual tennis quests by scoring wins at Wednesday’s IHSAA Girls Tennis Sectional Tournament semifinals at Bloomington South High School.
Madison Consolidated High School seniors were recognized with scholarships, certificates and awards at the annual Senior Honor’s Day ceremony Friday at the high school.
When Abigail Phillips started dancing at Sonya’s Dance Zone in Columbus, she wasn’t very flexible. But from the start, Phillips showed an unbending passion for dancing.
The Southwestern High School Library recently celebrated another year of reading with its annual “Rosie” reading party and luncheon. This year, 97 students, and 17 teachers and staff members participated in the program with 68 meeting all the requirements to attend the year end celebration.
At 20-years-old, being out on your own in a city three-and-a- half hours from home might be difficult for some. But Mariah Scott is chasing a dream and she’s not about to let anything stop her.
The RiverRoots Music and Folk Art Festival is over, but that doesn’t mean the music is gone. Roosevelt Dime, based in Brooklyn, N.Y., will perform Saturday at the Red Bicycle Hall.
“Our lives are rivers of events and encounters, floods and lulls, twists and turns,” wrote poet Jack Ramey.
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