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  • A Vevay teen has died following an accident Thursday night at Markland Pike and Bennett Road in Vevay.

     
  • Indiana State Police arrested two Madison residents earlier this week on drug-related charges after attempting to serve a warrant for a probation violation at a Kennedy Drive residence.

     
  • Four people arrested earlier this week after a traffic stop appeared in court Friday morning for initial hearings on drug-related charges.

     
  • Speeds down as Theoret, Shane qualify 1-2

    Jean Theoret will lead the slowest field in the past 15 years into this weekend’s Albert Lee Cup in Seattle after posting the top speed in qualifying on Friday.

     
  • CINCINNATI — Andrew McCutchen hit another homer at Great American Ball Park, and Pittsburgh’s rebuilt bullpen was shaky but delivered on Friday night, holding on for a 5-4 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.

     
  • Courierarea Sports Shorts - August 1, 2015

    The C&S Inflatables Incredibles were the Madison Parks Department’s 2015 Girls Rookie League Softball league runners-up and tournament champions.

     
  • Back to school at Southwestern

    Southwestern students earned the honor of being the first to return to school for the new year Friday. Teachers and students settled into new routines and related stories about their summer vacation.

     
  • Trimble County High School’s open house for the 2015-16 school year has been postponed due to construction at the building.

     
  • Openings still available for NAMI family-to-family course

    A class focusing on how mental illnesses affect family members and caregivers still has room for a few more participants, even though the registration deadline for the course has passed.

     
  • HIDDEN TREASURES

    When relatives of Dr. William Hutchings donated the entirety of his belongings to Historic Madison Inc. 50 years ago, no one examined the items.

     
  • Exploring Nature

    Victoria Simpson assisted Animal Tales naturalist Michael Opferman Thursday by holding “Pikachu” a chinchilla during a presentation at the Trimble County Public Library.

     
  • Belterra under new ownership

    Gaming and Leisure Properties Inc. and Pinnacle Entertainment Inc. announced this week that they’ve entered an agreement under which GLPI will acquire Pinnacle’s real estate assets in an all-stock transaction,  according to a press release.

     
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