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In Nashville, it is against local ordinance for sound to be heard 25 feet from the property line where it's originating. The rules are the... [Read More]
Parks and rec offering basketball, cheerleading Brown County Parks and Recreation is offering basketball and cheerleading to students from preschool through the fourth grade this... [Read More]
By DAVID WOOD, for The Democrat "It came down to the last lift," Josh Sparks said about his competitor. "Had he made it, he would... [Read More]
Driver arrested after crashing motorcycle Police arrested a motorcycle driver on Sept. 1 after a crash in the 6900 block of Keith Donaldson Road. A... [Read More]
To the editor: Dear Mr. President, I remember the first time I reached out to you. I wrote to you in the mid-1990s as a... [Read More]
Staff Reports Six wheeled outhouses and one bathtub rolled down Main Street in Nashville Saturday to the delight and probably confusion of visitors. It was... [Read More]
For 67 years, some member of Liana Franklin's family has been unlocking the door of The Totem Post, visiting with customers for hours, and sending... [Read More]
Sept. 5-10 David Jeremiah Orr, 34, Morgantown and Emily Leeann Mitchell, 29, Morgantown... [Read More]
Real estate transfers Sept. 5-10 William Paul Gore to Beckinger Terry Revocable Living Trust, Terry Beckinger Revocable Living Trust, Beckinger Deborah Revocable Living Trust, Deborah... [Read More]
New suits Sept. 8 Robert Johnson vs. Travis Johnson, civil plenary Sept. 9 Midland Funding LLC vs. Eric Goodwin, civil collection Mariner Finance LLC vs.... [Read More]
New charges Sept. 10 Brian Anderson, operating a vehicle while intoxicated — endangering a person, Class A misdemeanor; operating a vehicle while intoxicated, Class C... [Read More]
(All persons are presumed innocent of these preliminary charges pending court action. The arresting officer's name appears in parenthesis.) Sept. 9 12:30 p.m. Heather Blessing,... [Read More]
On one day in October, at least eight vacant parcels and eight buildings in Nashville — including the homes of 25 downtown shops — will... [Read More]
Applications for Indiana tourism grant program open INDIANAPOLIS -- Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Tourism Development have opened the application period... [Read More]
A jury found a 31-year-old Brown County man not guilty of "sexting" a minor after less than an hour of deliberations on Sept. 5. In... [Read More]
Tuesday, Sept. 17 Our Slithering Friends -- Learn about snakes, Brown County State Park Nature Center, 10 a.m., $7 entry fee at park gate. Information:... [Read More]
Brown County Girl Scouts Brown County Girl Scouts had their opening ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 5. The troops welcomed 22 new girls, 33 rededicated for... [Read More]
The Fall Gathering held here at the History Center is much like the Old Settlers. Both events had the whole family in mind when they... [Read More]
By JACOB MOORE, for The Democrat Brown County fell to Indian Creek 42-14 Friday, dropping the Eagles' record to 2-2 on the season. It was... [Read More]
Heads up, Brown Countians. Another full slate of events is happening this weekend that's likely to make foot and/or vehicle traffic slower than what you're... [Read More]
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