8:48 a.m. — Prentice Nail advised someone threw a rock through a double-pane window at 1203 McCormick Ave., probably around 5:30 a.m. He requested extra patrol.
2:11 a.m. — Julian Cates reported a motorcycle was on fire between the “S” curve and Head Start on Cosby Road and no one was around. The fire department and police officers responded and advised it appeared to be a red scooter.
11:23 p.m. — Elnora Town Marshal Ron Hooker reported suspicious activity at the Elnora Co-op. He advised someone had possibly tampered with a tank.
Jail Population: 158
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10:59 p.m. — A complainant at Westwood Place Apartments reported finding a basket of clothing and other clothing articles scattered in front of some of the buildings.
- Farmers feeling crunch of wet planting season
- DCH announces safety upgrade
- Area Briefs
- Loogootee graduation scheduled for Friday
- Police Report
- Local Sports
- The "Z" Watch
IU still working towards sixth banner
Monday night in Atlanta, Louisville won the school’s first National Championship since the year I was born - 1986. This accomplishment is significant to Indiana basketball fans, because the last two times the Cardinals cut down the nets (1980, 1986), the Hoosiers did it the following year. The stat, of course means nothing, other than both schools had strong programs in the 1980s.
- Zeller declares for NBA
- Washington shows support for Zeller
- Zeller scores 18, but Pacers beat Cavs 99-94
- Oladipo, Zeller named All-Americans
- IU still working towards sixth banner
Kebabs: Health kick on a stick
Grilling is a simple way to feed your family well this summer. Start with a lean meat and a healthful marinade and then allow the grill to strip away additional fat for a heart-healthy and waist-friendly final result. Plus, grilling caramelizes the natural sugars in foods, which adds flavor without additional calories and fat.
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- Boy Scouts: Yes to gay youths, no to adults
- Expert: Schools need shelters
- Kebabs: Health kick on a stick
- State News
State won’t use free lunch program as poverty indicator
Indiana is changing the way it counts low-income students in public schools because Republican legislators suspect fraud in the federal school-lunch program used to measure poverty.
- Report: State is both ‘leader and laggard’
- Indiana’s high school grad rate continues upward
- State won’t use free lunch program as poverty indicator