A Deputy man already facing a charge of sexual misconduct appeared in court Monday for an initial hearing on another felony count after police say he attempted to threaten the alleged victim.
The city will keep Crystal Beach swimming pool open for normal operating hours for at least the next two weeks – and possibly the rest of the month.
Police arrested a Madison woman on a drug-related charge after she left the scene of a single-vehicle accident early Monday in Hanover.
There is still a week of summer vacation left for Switzerland County High School, but that didn’t stop more than 40 students from hitting the field for the first official varsity football practice in school history on Monday.
Gary Edwards, of Milton, Ky., weighed a five-bass limit totaling 11 pounds, 11 ounces to win a Walmart Bass Fishing League Hoosier Division tournament on the Ohio River on Saturday at Cannelton, Ind.
Shawe Memorial’s girls golf team picked up its first team win in program history 214-254 over Switzerland County in the season opener for both schools at Belterra Golf Course on Monday.
Gabal is a Labrador Retriever mix that will greet you with wiggles. The 1-year-old likes to play with balls and is still an active puppy that needs playtime and training. He gets along with other dogs, but they should be prepared to play. The Madison-Jefferson County Animal Shelter currently has more than 14 dogs and puppies, and 50 cats and kittens available. Pictures of additional pets waiting for adoption can be viewed at www.sisaveapet.com.
The King’s Daughters’ Health Wellness Department will host a five-week educational class focused on weight loss starting Thursday.
I’m a fan of all kinds of books, but I’m especially fond of books that provide some important life lessons that we need to learn. The key is to insert these lessons without them being upfront and in-your-face, nor so hidden we miss them altogether. That’s not an easy thing to do, but when you come across such a book you know you’ve hit upon a gem.
July rainfall combined with June’s historic rains to turn the two months into the second-wettest June and July on record in Indiana, according to the Indiana State Climate Office.
The steeple at Christ Episcopal Church is getting a makeover. Workers from B&R Roofing removed old shingles Monday afternoon from the church on Mulberry Street.
With the start of the new school year, some of the Courier’s youth carriers will be delivering the paper after school. All papers must be delivered by 4:30 p.m.
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