October 18, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

As opioid issue grows, antidote becoming more readily available

A prevalence of heroin in the Hoosier State, along with a long standing issue of prescription opioid abuse is prompting state officials to make an antidote more readily available, among other measures.  More...

Calendar

Community Calendar

October 20  Cataract Lake Water Corp. Board will meet at the water office Thurs., Oct. 20, 7pm. For more info 765- 795-3288  October 22  More...

Obituaries

Charles Earl “Spike” Norman Jr., 64

Charles Earl Norman, Jr., 64, of Cloverdale went to be with the Lord Sunday, October 9, 2016. He was born September 29, 1952 in Greencastle, IN to Charles E. Norman, Sr. and Dorothy F. (Cross) Norman.  Spike was married to Sheila K. More...

Clovers close season with win

The Cloverdale volleyball team won the final season match against Southmont Tuesday in five sets by the scores of 25-23, 19-25, 22- 25, 25-16 and 15-13. The Clover JV also won in three sets. More...

ISP investigation of voter fraud makes it’s way to Owen County

In August of this year, the Indiana State Police (ISP) began an investigation of the alleged filing of fraudulent voter applications. Just last week, the investigation was expanded to include seven more counties, taking the total to nine.  More...

Cloverdale’s Edwards heads for cross country semi-state

The Cloverdale Cross Country team traveled to Ben Davis in Indianapolis on Saturday for the IHSAA Regionals. Avon won first place for the teams. Individually, it was Chad Stevens and Chelsie Edwards who scored for Cloverdale. More...

Church

Corinth Baptist Craft Fair

The Corinth Baptist Craft Club will hold its fifth annual craft fair on October 22 from 10 am-3 pm.  The fair, which has been growing in popularity for the past few years, features several retail businesses as well as local crafters. More...

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