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For the first time since the 1928-29 season, Corydon Central pulled off the feat of beating both clubs in the same season. Using a big second half, Corydon Central came away with a 63-48 victory over visiting Jeffersonville last Tuesday...The
Rolling through one match after another, LaHue spent a total of 2 minutes and 1 second wrestling in three matches, a second over one round. LaHue was one of four Panthers, along with Mason Kaufer, Ezra Paden and Austin Kopp, to qualify for semi-state.
Bailey Seitz said her cheeks hurt a little from smiling so much. This was on Monday, two days after the North Harrison junior earned a spot at the state finals in girls' swimming in the 50-yard freestyle. "Total joy," Seitz said. "My mom was crying a
Wrestler advances to semistate with regional triumph Seymour senior Matthew Ruddick is all too familiar with the last few weeks of the wrestling season...Ruddick claimed the 145-pound title, going on a 9-3 run in the third period to ultimately secure
In the words of Corydon Central standout grappler Bailey LaHue, the wrestling postseason set in motion Saturday at the Jeffersonville Sectional...In fact, LaHue spent a total of 3 minutes and 30 seconds on the mat during the course of the event...
Indiana economic development officials say a Switzerland-based auto parts supplier is expanding to a southern Indiana industrial park and creating about 220 jobs by 2018. They say Autoneum, a maker of acoustic and thermal management products, will
Indiana and Kentucky officials have chosen a Virginia-based company to operate the tolling system for the new Ohio River bridges being built between Louisville, Ky., and southern Indiana. The Kentucky-Indiana Joint Board this week unanimously chose
Seymour girls take 3rd place After the Seymour girls swimming and diving team heard over the speakers that it finished in third place at Saturday's Hoosier Hills Conference meet at Columbus East High School, coach Dave Boggs was more than pleased.
The Associated Press The Associated Press 45 minutes ago An Indiana house fire where three young siblings died and a fourth was badly burned began when a teenager fired a flare into the home in a property dispute with one of the residents,
A southern Indiana school system is lowering its graduation requirements because it says it's at a disadvantage with other schools. Greater Clark County Schools has been requiring 46 credits for a Core 40 diploma. School board members have voted to