Mar 25, 2013
OPINION: Editorial: Tornado awareness always important
As reporters of the news, we can think of few phenomena where what fails to occur is just as important as what does.
The price is right -- free -- for prom dresses at Clark County 4-H event
Prom can be an expensive proposition. To help the finances of their fellow teens, Clark County 4-H Junior Leaders sponsored the sixth annual Prom Aid event at the 4-H Fairgrounds in Charlestown this weekend.
The Indianapolis Star
Tornado damaged forest showing new signs of life
CLARK STATE FOREST, Ind. -- A year after a tornado packing 170-mph winds cut down trees like a weed eater, the Clark State Forest in Southern Indiana is showing signs of life -- and a small windfall.
Senate clears the way for confirmation of Chuck Hagel
The Senate has voted to move forward on the nomination of Chuck Hagel for defense secretary, clearing the way for confirmation of President Barack Obama's choice.
A year later, Ind. towns slowly recover from tornado
The challenges faced by tiny, unincorporated Marysville illustrate the struggle shared by many tornado-stricken rural communities across Southern Indiana and Kentucky.