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Schimpff's Confectionery has brought an international candy competition to Jeffersonville sort of. The owners of Schimpff's Confectionery, Jill and Warren Schimpff, competed in an international candy competition in Sweden in August. During the
Special to The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Nov. 15 2013, 9:50 PM EST Last updated Friday, Nov. 15 2013, 9:50 PM EST Ulysses Curtis burst onto Canadian football fields with a running style so electric he was known as Crazy Legs. Mr. Curtis's
North Harrison is scheduled to host the Class 3A Sectional 30 boys' basketball sectional. The Cougars are the lone Harrison County host for the 2014 postseason events. The following is a rundown of the 2013-14 postseason hosts with participating
An investigator says one of the two people found shot to death in a southern Indiana home had set the house ablaze. TV quote Jeffersonville Police Detective Todd Hollis as saying the positioning of the bodies in the home's bathroom and evidence there
Part practicality, part fashion statement, Ben Shahroudi's idea just might be a hit in schools scaling up their technology use. In just a few weeks, the senior at Our Lady of Providence Junior/Senior High School invented a new way for students at the
Saturday's Crawford County cross country regional was almost a case of dej vu as the North Harrison Cougars and Floyd Central Lady Highlanders put themselves on top of the scoring column again after winning last Tuesday's sectional on the same course.
With the blind draw for sectional, Corydon Central was selected first up to attempt knocking off the Red Devils in the opening round. Holding strong defensively then trying longer passes to provide counter-attack opportunities, Corydon Central gave
Seymour defeats Jeffersonville in sweep Seymour's volleyball team made a trip to Jeffersonville for the third time this season on Monday night. The Owls won an invitational in Jeffersonville earlier in the season, but they lost in the championship
An as-of-yet anonymous person is now likely a millionaire after hitting the $3.5 million Hoosier Lotto jackpot Saturday night. According to the Hoosier Lottery, the winning ticket was purchased at Highway 135 BP (formerly Coffman's) along S.R.
The lucky ticket holder had six months to claim the winning Powerball ticket, which was sold at a Circle K in the Louisville, Ky., suburb of Jeffersonville, Ind., for the April 10 drawing. But Hoosier Lottery officials say no one stepped up before