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Vevay, Indiana
Thursday, June 20, 2019

Patriot Water wins competition

Employees of the Patriot Water Company recently won a statewide competition sponsored by Alliance of Indiana.

New jail county, courthouse expansion on target for September completion

If you’re a contractor working outdoors, one of your sworn enemies is bad weather. if it comes too soon and stays too long, an entire project can be reduced to shambles.

Darrell Hansel honored by national principals association

Jefferson-Craig Elementary School earned the “Blue Ribbon” award this past fall — the highest honor that a school can earn in the nation.

Honor Roll for Switzerland County Elementary School

Here is the list of honor roll students at Switzerland County Elementary School for the second nine-week grading period and first semester, as compiled by school officials.

Honor Roll for Switzerland County Middle School

Here is the list of honor roll students at Switzerland County Middle School for the second nine-week grading period and first semester, as compiled by school officials.

Honor Roll for Switzerland County High School

Here is the list of honor roll students at Switzerland County High School for the second nine-week grading period and first semester, as compiled by school officials.

Honor Roll for Jeff-Craig Elementary School

Here is the list of honor roll students at Switzerland County Middle School for the second nine-week grading period and first semester, as compiled by school officials.

Homecoming is tomorrow night at Switzerland County High School

Switzerland County High School will hold its annual Homecoming celebration tomorrow (Friday) night when longtime rival Rising Sun comes to Vevay for an ORVC game.

H2-Oh My!

Heavy rains continue to hammer the East Coast, and although the rain is subsiding here Switzerland County will continue to see the effects of the rising Ohio River.

For exchange student from Thailand, last week’s tsunami hits close to home

His name is Parin Pongpipttanapan, but his fellow classmates at Switzerland County High School simply call him “Pom”. For the past five months he has lived in Switzerland County as an exchange student attending the local high school — but when Southeast Asia was pummeled last week by the devastating tsunami, his thoughts turned to his homeland.