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Vevay, Indiana
Monday, September 9, 2019

Bennington Pike closed for repairs

The bridge on Bennington Pike approximately one mile west of Mount Sterling will be replaced after years of service to county residents. The road will be closed for 25-30 days while the work is done.

Dru Morgan is crowned as the 2005 SCHS Queen of Hearts

Dru Morgan was crowned as the 2005 Switzerland County High School “Queen of Hearts” on Sunday afternoon, earning the crown from a field of 14 contestants.

SCHS holds Homecoming

Switzerland County High School held its annual Homecoming festivities on Friday night at the basketball game with Jac-Cen-Del.

Local business, American Legion are honored by soldiers for support of troops in Mideast

When Jim Allison walked into Markland Shell last year, he asked store owner Ron Otter for a favor.

Not a favor for himself, but instead the Florence man asked for a favor for his son-in-law, who was serving in Afghanistan with U.S. military forces.

Betty Lucas honored with ‘Sagamore of the Wabash’ award

Betty Lucas of the Switzerland County Health Department thought she was going to lunch with some friends and coworkers this past Friday. When she arrived, she found a room filled with friends and dignitaries, who again honored her for her years of dedicated service to the Switzerland County community.

Water Tank still a concern on Vevay hillside

The Vevay Town Council heard more information at its meeting on Monday evening concerning the slippage occurring around the new water tank on the hillside just west of town.

Community Foundation announces scholarship grant applications

The Community Foundation of Switzerland County has announced that the application form for 18 different scholarships is now available.

Pacer mascot Loren Lamson: hear the word straight from the bird

For most of his school career, Loren Lamson was simply one of the masses. Well liked by everyone, Loren Lamson was thought to be a bit shy and introverted by his classmates.

Michelle Aufdenkampe attends presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C.

On January 20th of this year hundreds of thousands of people crowded into the Mall in Washington, D.C. to witness the inauguration of George W. Bush for a second term as President of the United States.

Sheriff awaiting new jail as housing expenses continue to climb

As he looks out the window of his current office and sees the construction of the new Switzerland County jail, sheriff Nathan Hughes knows that September can’t come soon enough.