Due to an oversight by the reporter, the new bus changes for Washington schools are for city bus routes only. Rural bus stops will continue as before.
We apologize for the misunderstanding.
Commissioners, Council meet
Daviess County Commissioners and County Council will meet in executive session at 8:15 a.m. Tuesday in the Commissioners’ Room at the courthouse to discuss litigation.
An open session will be held at 9 a.m.
Odon High reunion
The Odon High School Class of 1952 will hold its 60th reunion from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11, at the Gasthof Village Amish Restaurant in Montgomery. For more information, contact Sue Porter at 636-4704, Mary Ellen Asdell at 636-4659, or Marcile Bauer at 636-4172.
Records to be destroyed
According to the Daviess-Martin Special Education Cooperative policy, all personally identifiable information related to evaluation and/or special education programming that has been collected and maintained concerning each student will be destroyed within three years after the data is no longer needed for educational purposes.
The following types of personally identifiable information on the student listed below will be destroyed:
•Individual educational programs
•Individual tests administered by the co-op
•Parental permission forms
•Other special education records
You have the right to examine and copy the information prior to its destruction. Call the office at 254-1530 if you would like a copy of your records. The deadline to obtain a copy of your records is Aug. 15.
All records that have not been active since May 2009 will be destroyed Aug. 16.
Four Rivers board meting
The Daviess-Martin/Four Rivers Board of Directors will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Daviess County Division conference room in Washington. The agenda for the meeting will be posted at both the FRRS Daviess/Martin County Division offices in Washington and Loogootee.
Genealogy Society to meet
The Martin County Genealogy Society will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the Shoals Public Library meeting room. Visitors are always welcome to attend meetings.
Traffic to be stopped on SR57
GLEZEN — The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces that traffic on SR 57 in Pike County will be stopped temporarily.
On Monday traffic will be stopped intermittently where Interstate 69 intersects with SR 57, approximately 4.0 miles north of SR 64 in Oakland City. Multiple stoppages will take place, none lasting more than 15 minutes between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. local time, each day. Stopping traffic is required to allow bridge beams to be delivered and set for the new I-69 bridge over SR 57. All lanes will be stopped in each direction as beams are off-loaded from the trucks and sat on the piers. Local authorities will be on site to aid in traffic control. Inclement weather could postpone the stoppages.
Odon Library to meet
The Board of Trustees of the Odon Winklepleck Public Library will meet at 5 p.m. Thursday at the library.
Area Briefs for Tuesday
- Local News
- 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