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Last Tuesday, the carousel of coaching changes within the Mid-Southern Conference continued, impacting the Panthers. After previous Charlestown coach Jason Hawkins jumped to the opening at Silver Creek, Corydon Central's all-time winningest coach,
It took some persuading for Maliek Parker to go out for the Harrison High School track and field team. At the urging of friends, Parker agreed to take on another sport last spring, thinking he could get faster for football season. A year later and
Bosse's Yamani Hunter springs off the board while jumping 18'2 to break a regional record in the long jump that stood since 1997 during the Girls Track and Field Regional at Central Stadium in Evansville Tuesday. Bosse High School junior Yamani
49 p.m. , updated April 3, 2014 at 7:46 p.m...A Facebook posting of a photo of a Tell City, Ind., man posing with what appeared to be a whiskey still has led to the seizure of the still and the filing of moonshining charges against the man.
Fire has gutted the three-story brick building that housed a restaurant in the southern Indiana community of Tell City. Today 12:33 pm Indy's cultural trail wins international honors An 8-mile bike and pedestrian path that links Indianapolis'
Tell City football coach Ryan George understands writing a legend takes more than two weeks. He watched his father, the late Bud George, do it at Tell City, his last stop in an Indiana Football Hall of Fame career with a 172-80-2 record. Then he
Bankruptcies (Aug. 13 Aug. 16) Posted August 31, 2013 at 8:42 a.m. Chapter 7 Petty, Michael S., Washington, Ind., Aug. 13 Brown, Patrick A., Tell City, Ind., Aug. 13 Scott, Mistie D., Tell City, Ind., Aug. 13 Malone, Sherry Lynn, Winslow, Ind., Aug.
Bankruptcies (Aug. 5 Aug. 12) Posted August 24, 2013 at 9:25 a.m. Chapter 7 Smith, Christopher Brian and Candice Nichole, Rockport, Ind., Aug. 5 Arnold, Thelma J., Cannelton, Ind., Aug. 5 Butcher, Shane E. and Kimberly O., Poseyville, Ind., Aug. 5
Brent Owen's most difficult adjustments in his first year as a high school basketball coach were figuring out how to score and play defense. Four years as a player at the University of Southern Indiana and three more as a graduate assistant coach
Every year, South Spencer High School baseball coach Brian Kuester describes the local Class 2A sectional as the strongest in the state. And virtually every year, something occurs to prove him right. It happened in the Southridge Sectional opener