Linton-Stockton Chamber of Commerce seeks volunteers

August 31, 2016

The LSCC is seeking volunteers for upcoming Sept. and Oct. events. In both months, volunteers are needed to flag and work Motocross events. The dates of Motocross events are Sept. 25, Oct. 2 and Oct….

Monrovia presents stiffest test for Miners so far

August 31, 2016

For the second straight year the Linton-Stockton Miners will face a defending state champion on the gridiron. Last year it was 2014 1A state champion North Vermillion. Linton-Stockton broke open a…

Autumn Trace has ribbon cutting Tuesday

August 31, 2016

Members of the Linton-Stockton Chamber of Commerce, along with Autumn Trace employees and a resident, celebrate the grand opening of the new Chamber of Commerce member with an official ribbon cutting…

White River Valley grad back home in Indiana

August 31, 2016

Brianne (Bri) Lindsey, a 2000 graduate of WRV, has been hired by the Shawnee Theatre as it’s Producing Artistic Director for the theater’s 58th season. Lindsey began her acting career early,…

Toe Tagged Tattoo of Linton to support Savannah

August 31, 2016

The owner and operator of Linton’s Toe Tagged Tattoo, Jamie York, loves all of his family menbers equally, with all his heart. Even the ones who are not related at all, like his daughter Jilian’s…

Two banks warn of text message scam

August 31, 2016

Two local banks are warning customers about a scammer asking for debit card information. Crane Credit Union announced a text message is circulating among some of its members claiming it is from the…

From local to local

August 31, 2016

Bloomfield native Erika Bault initially started a blog to share about starting a small farm while trying to remain debt free, and discovered she had a lot more to say. “I don’t believe that we were…

Linton teacher gathers donations for flood victims

August 31, 2016

A Linton-Stockton high school teacher is gathering supplies to donate to victims of Louisiana flooding. Rebecca Mayfield said the idea was to get her current event class involved. “We started taking…

County will need to cut $1M from 2017 budget

August 31, 2016

As the Greene County Council readies for budget hearings next week, members learned they will need to cut $1 million from the General Fund. Ben Roeger, from the county’s financial consulting firm…

Greene County invited to meet torchbearers

August 31, 2016

Greene County members can meet the torchbearers taking part in the Indiana Bicentennial Relay. Greene County’s Bicentennial Committee will host the event at the Linton Fire Station, according to…

5 Kwestions With…

August 31, 2016

Isiaha Padgett, Eastern Greene Cross Country 1K How did you get started in cross country? I was sitting in the cafeteria in eighth grade and coach Ray (Hausler) sat down at my table and asked people…

Cardinal boys, Lady T-Birds lead area teams at Mustang Invite

August 31, 2016

ELLETTSVILLE – The Greene County Invitational champion Eastern Greene girls picked up right where they left off last Thursday. The Lady Thunderbirds finished third of 10 teams in the field for…

Community Notes

August 31, 2016

Wednesday, August 31 Free Night at YMCA Dance Club–Explore, express, create and perform. This event is especially for teens starting at 7:30 p.m. Members and non-members are welcome. Those…

Lady Miners win conference battle

August 31, 2016

CLAY CITY — Thirteen was a lucky number for the Linton-Stockton volleyball team Tuesday night. Clay City committed 13 serving errors to help aide in the Lady Miners 22-25, 25-13, 25-19, 21-25 and…

Rain or sunshine Miner tennis takes the court

August 31, 2016

The Linton-Stockton boys tennis squad has been a victim of circumstance this season. Out of the two matches and two tournaments scheduled, all four events have been rained out. Due to the weather,…

AUG. 30 LOCAL SPORTS ROUNDUP

August 31, 2016

VOLLEYBALL After a slow start, Eastern Greene rallied for a win over visiting Orleans Tuesday night in a non-conference matchup. The visitors won the opening set 25-15, before the Lady Thunderbirds…

Welcome in fall with the Old Tobacco Barn

August 30, 2016

The Old Tobacco Barn kicks off their 2nd annual Fall pARTy workshops on Saturday, Sept. 17 with the Great Pumpkin Workshop. These fall events will end the Old Tobacco Barn workshops this season, in…

Toe Tagged Tattoo of Linton to support Savannah

August 30, 2016

The owner and operator of Linton’s Toe Tagged Tattoo, Jamie York, loves all of his family menbers equally, with all his heart. Even the ones who are not related at all, like his daughter Jilian’s…

Celebrate with the Greene County Literacy Coalition

August 30, 2016

The Greene County Literacy Coalition annual meeting will be on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at the Pepperoni Grill in Bloomfield. Literacy volunteers, tutors and learners are invited to celebrate with free…

UPDATE: Linton teen located

August 30, 2016

The Linton Police Department says Eric Mifflin has been located.
The teen, who had been reported missing earlier this afternoon, was located by Dugger Police and he is safe in police custody.

LPD searching for missing teen

August 30, 2016

The Linton Police Department has issued a missing child alert. A Nixle release states 15-year-old Eric Mifflin is missing from G Street Northeast in Linton. He was last seen leaving for school at 8…

August 2016 Health Department Inspection Result

August 30, 2016

Inspections sent August 30, 2016

Greene County starting process of adding drug court

August 30, 2016

Like other counties across the nation, Greene County is attempting to add a drug court to its roster. Superior Court Judge Dena Martin and Greene County Alcohol and Drug Services Director Nicole Noel…

Third round of blighted properties to be removed

August 30, 2016

The third round of clearing blighted properties in Greene County will begin in coming weeks. According to County Commissioner Rick Graves, the program has substituted 16 properties included in the…

County looking into starting ‘sick bank’ for employees

August 30, 2016

The Greene County Council voted to move forward with gathering information for a “sick bank.” County Auditor Patty Baker said she was going through some old paperwork and found information detailing…