Special to the News Evansville Central High School was the site for the ISSMA Marching Band Open Class Regional competition for Class D and Class C bands. Twenty- six bands took the field to perform what could possibly be their last show of the season. Only the top 10 bands in each class would advance […]
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Joelle Lockwood is home and safe. Judge overrules election board, Lueder back on ballot. Mount Vernon’s River Days slated for this weekend. Two from Mount Vernon face drug dealing charges. MV teachers, school board reach pact.
Appeals Court upholds Jacob Aaron Phillips’ sentence. Major portion of 200 block of Main is coming down. Hagemann joins Wolfgang for event. New Harmony celebrates, looks at uncertain future.
New Harmony residents to wait out decision on FEMA Flood Plain plan. Arrests made in ‘shots fired’ call. State mandates require extra court security here. Several records fall in Posey County News/Brittlebank Invitational. Two former Vikings, Princeton Legion players to go Division 1.
FEMA ‘flood plain’ redesignation latest hurdle for New Harmony. Wilson to replace Sheets on Cynthiana town board. Main Street, USA, is a ‘sticky’ situation here. It is ‘May Day’ at Posey County Fair’s pageant night. New ‘social host’ law puts more bite in underage drinking charge. State Fair Queen to attend Posey County Fair Tuesday.
By Lois Mittino Gray Tom Straw pores over topographic maps and computer printouts doing pencil computations and line drawings to help explain why he believes the two highest recorded floods on the Wabash River are anomalies. He feels neither figure should be used by experts to determine the highest elevation necessary for designating a class […]
Posey Fair to begin this week. Mount Vernon ‘prepared’ for grant. Plans released for Posey road repairs. North Posey Black dominates Babe Ruth League. Owen Dunn falls to Rockport, weather. Look for these great stories in this week’s printed copy of The Posey County News.
By Valerie Werkmeister Parents often have dreams for their kids. Doctors or lawyers or maybe a successful businessman are a few career paths they may hope to see their son set foot on. But have you ever heard someone say, ‘I want my son to be an Eagle Scout.’? It’s a shame too because so […]
Illinois man dies in Interstate 64 wreck near Griffin. Decision to redo northern Posey roads made by INDOT. Final tolls collected at Wabash. North Posey High School is added to Four Star list.