Community Notes

July 26, 2016

Tuesday, July 26 The Lyons Senior Center will be having an indoor yard sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. until Friday, July 29. Don’t miss out on the deals on everything that is for sale. Wednesday, July…

2016 Greene County 4-H Fair livestock auction

July 25, 2016

The 2016 Greene County 4-H Fair livestock auction showed a decrease in dollar amounts from last year, but still raised over $75,000.00. In gross dollar amounts, the 2016 auction brought in…

West Nile Virus confirmed in Greene County

July 25, 2016

The Greene County Health Department has received confirmation that a pool of mosquitoes have tested positive for the West Nile Virus in Greene County. As of July 13, there were only three counties in…

Lamb Jam Festival gears up for Christian music and fellowship

July 25, 2016

The annual Lamb Jam Festival will take place Saturday, Aug. 6 at Humphrey’s Park in Linton, and end on Sunday, Aug. 7 at 5 p.m. Beginning at noon on Saturday, bands are set to perform and at the…

County Road 75 North to be closed

July 25, 2016

Motorists traveling County Road 75 North should be prepared to take a detour in the coming weeks. Greene County Highway Department Superintendent Roger Hamilton issued a press release Monday…

American Legion coach pleased with program’s direction

July 22, 2016

A 10-17 season wouldn’t seem like a successful campaign to most baseball fans. But Greene County American Legion Eagles baseball coach Shane Padgett believes otherwise. “It was a good season,” the…

American Legion coach pleased with program’s direction

July 22, 2016

A 10-17 season wouldn’t seem like a successful campaign to most baseball fans. But Greene County American Legion Eagles baseball coach Shane Padgett believes otherwise. “It was a good season,” the…

Question and Answer with Former IU great Kent Benson

July 22, 2016

Former Indiana University star and No. 1 pick in the 1977 NBA Draft, Kent Benson was the guest speaker at a basketball event at White River Valley this week. Benson took the time to sit down with…

New technology for cerebral palsy

July 22, 2016

A Bloomfield native is hoping to enrich her daughters life with a new machine designed for those suffering from cerebral palsy. Micah (Mensch) Gallion is a 1995 graduate of Bloomfield where she was a…

New assisted living community offers resort-like retirement

July 22, 2016

A new assisted living community is arriving in Linton offering seniors who are 55 and older a unique option to continue living independently. Residents can move into Autumn Trace of Greene County…

Totally Whipped receives proclamation

July 22, 2016

Totally Whipped Cupcakes has received a proclamation for an Economic Development through Growth and Entrepreneurship (EDGE) Award. According to Radius Indiana representative Stacy Burris, the…

Baseball POY decommits from Marshall, heads to OCC

July 22, 2016

JASONVILLE — Less than a month away from packing his bags and moving into a dorm at Marshall University, Braden Scott was left an ever arduous decision. On July 11, the 2016 Greene County Daily…

Rediscover Downtown Linton readies for Fall Festival

July 22, 2016

Rediscover Downtown Linton (RDL) held their monthly meeting Tuesday at the Carnegie Heritage and Arts Center, and discussed plans for the local civic group’s Fall Arts Festival. Festival Coordinator…

Community Notes

July 22, 2016

Friday, July 22 Lego Mania for grades 4-6 at the Bloomfield-Eastern Greene County Public Library Main Branch at 10 a.m and 1 p.m. Work with the NSWC Crane STEM team and explore some of Indiana’s…

Former IU and NBA star makes stop at White River Valley

July 22, 2016

SWITZ CITY — The White River Valley boys basketball team lost more games than anyone in the county last season. Wednesday night the Wolverines program picked up a win. Doctor James Gerni sponsored…

GCO Champ delivers his best Indiana Open performance

July 22, 2016

Clayton French initially wasn’t sure he even wanted to compete in the Indiana PGA Open. The 2013 Linton-Stockton graduate was coming off his second consecutive Greene County Open Championship. He was…

Recycled art garden a hidden gem of Bloomfield

July 22, 2016

Hidden amongst the woods off of N. Harshman Road holds a secret garden created by Bloomfield local, John Haywood. Passing through the winding country road, one may catch a glimpse of magical silver…

Recycled art garden a hidden gem of Bloomfield

July 22, 2016

Hidden amongst the woods off of N. Harshman Road holds a secret garden created by Bloomfield local, John Haywood. Passing through the winding country road, one may catch a glimpse of magical silver…

Shawnee Theatre ready to open new musical

July 21, 2016

Actors, directors, costume designers and stage crew alike are all busy at the Shawnee Theatre, in preparation to open the 57th season’s only musical performance, Gutenberg! The Musical! by Scott…

Switz City Recycling Center e-scrap pricing

July 21, 2016

E-scrap, including televisions, computer monitors, computer towers and television picture tubes, are accepted at the Switz City branch of the Greene County Solid Waste Management (recycling center)….

Library program encourages visits to local landmarks

July 21, 2016

Local libraries have joined forces to celebrate Indiana’s Bicentennial and are inviting the community to check out landmarks throughout Greene County. The Greene ’16 Excursion is featuring a Landmark…

UDWI REMC urges electrical safety for ‘Pokemon Go’ players

July 21, 2016

BLOOMFIELD — The Utilities District of Western Indiana (UDWI) REMC warns players of the augmented reality game “Pokemon Go” to stay away from power lines, transformers, and substations when playing…

Notice of Assessment in the mail soon

July 21, 2016

The Greene County Assessor’s Office would like to inform taxpayer’s that the Form 11, Notice of Assessment will be mailed on Monday, August 1st 2016. Greene County Assessor Dawn Abrams asked…

Four cooling shelters to open in county, more requested

July 20, 2016

With the dangerous temperatures expected the latter part of this week, Greene County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) has organized four cooling shelters in the county. “Due to the dangerous heat,…

Four heat shelters to open in county, more requested

July 20, 2016

With the dangerous temperatures expected the latter part of this week, Greene County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) has organized four cooling shelters in the county. “Due to the dangerous heat,…