Hagerstown hyped for 'Hunger Games' band show
Hagerstown band director Andrew Sloniker didn't see the movie, "The Hunger Games," at the theater, but when someone made him watch it, he knew it would make a great marching show.
Efforts under way to help families of accident victims
Two Wayne County men remain at an Indianapolis hospital with serious injuries suffered in a weekend accident on Brick Church Road.
Flying circus offers fun
Six years ago, organizers of the Model T Ford centennial celebration wanted to fill visitors' schedules, so new events were planned around Wayne County.
2 teens seriously hurt in crash
Two Wayne County teenagers were transported to an Indianapolis hospital with severe injuries early Sunday, Wayne County Sheriff Jeff Cappa said.
First contest goes to Winchester
Winchester won the Archway Classic Marching Band Contest on Saturday night at Centerville High School.
Culvert project will close part of Indiana 38 near Hagerstown
The Indiana Department of Transportation will close Indiana 38 beginning Monday for up to 40 days to work on a culvert about 2.6 miles east of town.
Carolyn E. Swoveland
She was born in Economy on August 1, 1936 to Charles & Mary Catherine McCord. She was raised by Robert & Olive Myers.
The ties that bind
Last Easter my 3-year-old grandson took a stand against wearing a tie to church.
HAGERSTOWN, Ind. - Six Hagerstown FFA members received their Hoosier FFA Degrees at the 85th Indina State FFA Convention in West Lafayette last month.
Private funding proposal weighed
The Wayne County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday began discussion on a proposal from a task force from the county's Economic Development Corporation to create a private organization that would raise money and work in a partnership with the EDC for economic development in the county.
Area trio finish 1st
Kayla Owens and Jake Miller of Richmond and Jess Denhart of Hagerstown all finished first in their respective age groups during the Indiana Golf Foundation Junior Tour event Monday at Forest Hills Country Club.
He was born in Jackson County, Foxtown, Kentucky on June 8, 1938, the son of Everett and Nancy Clark, and had lived in the Greens Fork area for the past 74 years.