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Area Sports Results For Tuesday, January 29th

Lady Cubs Sectional Game Moved

IHSAA GIRLS BASKETBALL SECTIONALS:

3A @ Lawrenceburg:

Rushville over Batesville 58-39

Wednesday games have been moved to Friday. South Dearborn vs Lawrenceburg 6 & MADISON vs Franklin Co. 7:30p

 

2A @ South Decatur:

Milan defeats North Decatur 42-40

South Ripley over South Decatur 48-36

Friday: Milan vs Switzerland Co. 6pm & SOUTHWESTERN vs South Ripley 7:30pm

 

1A @ Edinburgh:

Trinity Lutheran defeats Crothersville 63-42

West Washington over Edinburgh 55-49

Friday: Medora vs Trinity Lutheran 6pm & SHAWE vs #12 West Washington 7:30pm

 

OTHER GAMES:

Boys High School Basketball:

Trimble Co. over Evangel 69-59. Reece Webster 22 for the Raiders

Carroll Co. defeats Eminence 68-43. Trevor Sandusky career high 19 for the Panthers

 

Southwestern boys basketball remains at #1 in the latest 2A poll. Rebels received 11 of the 14 first place votes.

First place in the HCAC is on the line tonight as the Hanover College men's basketball team hosts Rose Hulman. Panthers currently one game ahead of Rose can move up two games with a win. It will be a "White Out" at Collier Arena. Come out and support you local NCAA Men's Basketball Team with tip off at 7:30.

 

 

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Events

  • Summer Reading Program Kids and Teens

    Read for fun this summer and you could win big! The library is hosting our annual summer reading program for all ages! Children earn prizes for every eight books or two hours of reading up to 32 books/8hrs. Read more for more chances to win local gift certificates. Young Adults ages 11-18 earn free book prizes for every five hours read and the chance to win a weekly drawing. Participants do not need to register! Simply complete reading logs and then use the Reading Log Entry Google Forms to submit entries. Contact the library if you would prefer a paper reading log or would like help submitting your reading progress. Prize pick-ups arranged through google forms or by contacting the library. Visit www.mjcpl.org or the Summer Reading Facebook Page: JCPL Summer Reading for more details.

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  • Grab & Go Crafts

    Each week the library will have a different craft kit suitable for kids of all ages through our summer reading program. Simply sign up online using our event calendar a week in advance or call the library to reserve a kit. Themes include foam crowns, spinning tops, pinwheels, and more. Decide which library you would like to pick up your kit from when you register. Kits may be picked up from Tuesday through Friday/Saturday. Days and hours are dependent on the current library hours at each location. Check www.mjcpl.org or call 812/265-2744 for current library hours. Free.

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  • COVID-19 Engergy Bill Relief- Ohio Valley Opportunities

    If your paycheck was reduced because of COVID-19 from March 6th through July 3rd, we may be able to help with your energy bill! Plus you choose where it goes: 350$ for electric 175$/electric, 175$/gas 350$ for gas To apply call us today at 812-265-5858 or www.ovoinc.org Current clients and new applicants are encouraged to apply!

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Local News

New Kentucky Laws Going Into Effect Next Week

While some major measures have already taken effect -- such as the state budget and COVID-19 relief -- the majority of bills don't go on the books until July 15. They include measures on the following topics:

SEISBDC Launches Two Initiatives To Help Local Businesses

These funds allow us to partner local brick and mortar businesses with local marketing and bookkeeping firms to help everyone move past this challenging time.

Division of Family Resources Offices Open Once Again to Serve Hoosiers

DFR local office locations can be found here, office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. local time.

Local Sports

Shawe Announces New Volleyball Coaching Staff

Having been involved already with the Jr High program the three coaches assumed their new positions immediately as summer activity started back up this week after being delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Madison Cubs earn esteemed IHSAA Sportsmanship Award

Madison Consolidated High School is one of 23 schools from across the state to be named a winner for the recently completed academic year.

Carroll County High School Offering Sports Physicals

Students can get their physicals on July 14.