Congressman Luke Messer raised the steel hammer a few feet off the ground and let go. Gravity pulled the hammer’s cylindrical head downwards and it crashed into a strip of LED lights.
The race is on in the fight against cancer as annual Relay for Life events kick off in the Courierarea.
At 20-years-old, being out on your own in a city three-and-a- half hours from home might be difficult for some. But Mariah Scott is chasing a dream and she’s not about to let anything stop her.
The RiverRoots Music and Folk Art Festival is over, but that doesn’t mean the music is gone. Roosevelt Dime, based in Brooklyn, N.Y., will perform Saturday at the Red Bicycle Hall.
“Our lives are rivers of events and encounters, floods and lulls, twists and turns,” wrote poet Jack Ramey.
Vehicle Service Group has partnered with Habitat for Humanity Jefferson County on a 2015 sponsorship program. The program includes a monetary donation and over 200 hours of labor provided by VSG employees to their current family build project.
Elle Smith of Madison will be the featured artist for June at the Art On Main Gallery, 309 W. Main St.
The Derby Dinner Playhouse in Clarksville kicks off its 2015-2016 season with the comedy “Social Security,” which opened May 12 and runs through June 21.
The Derby Dinner Playhouse production of the musical, “Sleeping Beauty,” continues with performances on Saturdays through June 13, as part of the Children’s Musical Theatre Series.
Dave Horvath, E.O. Muncie Elementary School assistant principal, was promoted to principal Tuesday during a special meeting of the Madison Consolidated School Board.
They put him in the electric chair. First, they put the electrodes on his head and then all of his extremities were clamped down.
The Jefferson County Drug Court recently graduated three people from the program.
“Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were. But without it we go nowhere.” – Carl Sagan