Ind. teen finishes 5th in NFL's Punt, Pass and Kick contest
A Southern Indiana girl impressed everyone at Lucas Oil Stadium this past weekend.
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'Tis the season for shopping, festivities in Southern Indiana
FRIDAY Christmas in the Country MORE INFORMATION: Christmas in the Country Craft Bazaar WHERE: Floyds Knobs Community Club, 4032 Weber Lane, Floyds Knobs WHEN: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. COST/MEMBERSHIP: Admission free, items priced to sell Light Up Charlestown MORE INFORMATION: Light Up Charlestown is the kick-off to the winter holiday season, including the ... (more)
Finalists Announced In Statewide Young Farmer Contest
The finalists in this year's Indiana Farm Bureau Young Farmer Achievement Award and Excellence in Agriculture Award come from different parts of the state, have different operations and participate in farming in different ways, but they all represent outstanding achievement and leadership in agriculture.
First Savings Financial Group, Inc. Announces Quarterly Cash Dividend
First Savings Financial Group, Inc. , the holding company for First Savings Bank, F.S.B., today announced that its Board of Directors declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.10 per common share.
Utility apologizes over S. Ind. tree-cutting
A utility company has apologized for a lack of communication involving its clear-cutting of trees for a power line project that's left a barren swath across a scenic southern Indiana hillside.
Floyd Knobs Water Co. seeks 30% rate hike
Floyds Knobs Water Co. is seeking a 30 percent, across-the-board rate increase to pay for a new water tank and other improvements totaling $4.7 million.
New Albany-Floyd considering consultant to boost $60 million referendum bid
The New Albany-Floyd County school system is taking tiny steps toward its plan to ask voters in 18 months to support spending $60 million for school construction projects.
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Combine catches fire
A combine caught fire around noon on Monday in a field off the intersection of Duffy Road and North Luther Road in Floyds Knobs.
Floyds Knobs residents see red over clear-cut hillside
The 200-foot swath of cleared Indiana hillside cuts an ugly gash through Floyds Knobs' autumn splash of gold and scarlet foliage.