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Six to compete for Miss Warren County Fair

Six women will compete for the title of Miss Warren County Fair. Contestant #1 is Eden Hess. Eden is the 18-year-old daughter of Stevn Hess. She is a recent graduate of Seeger High School and is excited to be heading to the University of Wyoming this fall where she will be a nursing major. Eden’s goal is to become a Life-Line flight nurse.
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Illinois woman arrested after pursuit

Warren County – The morning of June 1, Senior Trooper Millburg was patrolling US 41 near County Road 650 North. Senior Trooper Millburg attempted to stop a 1991 Blue Cadillac Deville driven by Rhiannon Coy, 23, Manteno, IL, for traveling 91 mph in a 50 mph work zone with workers present, according to information from state police. Senior Trooper Millburg activated his emergency lights, and the Cadillac continued southbound from US 41 to State Road 63 at a high rate of speed. Senior Trooper Millburg continued to pursue the Cadillac southbound until State Road 63 and County Road 725 S, where the Cadillac came to a stop. Coy was safely taken into custody and transported to Warren County jail.
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Illinois Woman Arrested After Pursuit in Warren County

On Tuesday morning, Senior Trooper Millburg was patrolling US 41 near County Road 650 North in Warren County. Senior Trooper Millburg attempted to stop a 1991 Blue Cadillac Deville driven by Rhiannon Coy, 23, Manteno, IL, for traveling 91 mph in a 50 mph work zone with workers present. Senior Trooper Millburg activated his emergency lights, and the Cadillac continued southbound from US 41 to State Road 63 at a high rate of speed. Senior Trooper Millburg continued to pursue the Cadillac southbound until State Road 63 and County Road 725 S, where the Cadillac came to a stop.
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Disposal of Unwanted Pesticides explained

Purdue Extension Benton and Warren Co. Indiana Pesticide Clean Sweep Project is designed to collect and dispose of suspended, canceled, banned, unusable, opened, unopened or just unwanted pesticides and is sponsored by the Office of Indiana State Chemist. This year we will be collecting these unwanted pesticide materials from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Wednesday August 18th at the Fountain County Fairgrounds, 476 US Hwy 136 just west of Veedersburg.
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No Explosive Materials Found in Car That Crashed

Danville Police say an investigation has determined there were no explosive materials in a car which crashed Friday during a police chase. The pursuit was initiated by Indiana State Police in Warren County, Indiana. Authorities had been seeking 34-year-old Michael A. Scuteri of Lafayette, who was a suspect in an arson case involving a home in Warren County.
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Man wanted in Indiana house fire arrested after fiery Illinois crash

DANVILLE, ILLINOIS — An Indiana man wanted for allegedly setting fire to a house in that state was arrested Friday evening in Danville following a police chase and a fiery crash. A release from Danville police Commander Joshua Webb said Danville police became involved in a vehicle chase in the...
Columbus, INRepublic

Sheriff leadership camp registration open

Registration for the 41st Annual Indiana Sheriff’s Association Youth Leadership Camp in June and July is now open. Two camp sessions will be available, from June 29 to July 2 at Pine Creek Camp in Pine Village in Warren County for the north part of the state. The second session is July 7 through 9 serving the southern part of the state at Waycross Episcopal Camp in Morgantown.
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Warren County opening new county park

For years, Warren County has only had one County Park. That is about to change with the opening of another county park. A new 30-acre wooded property will officially open to the public on Sunday, May 16th at 2:00 with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The new park will be named Fleming Woods County Park and is located at 4541 W. 3rd Street West Lebanon. Visitors will find 4 beautiful hiking trails through the dense forest. Each of the four trails has a sign marking its beginning with the distance in both meters and miles. The red trail is ¾ mile, the green trail is ½ mile, the yellow trail is just over ¼ mile and the purple trail is 1/10th of a mile. The trails are marked every 100-150 paces with blazes and the left and right side of the trails are lined with logs and limbs to clearly mark the trail. This woods is loaded with wildflowers. On a one hour walk along the trail, 27 different plants were identified. Later this summer a sign with 24 wildflowers will help hikers identify the plants they see on their visit. In the fall, 18 different trees were identified in the woods. Students in the young explorers group in the MSD Warren County school district wrote reports about these trees. That information will become tree identification signage on the ¾ mile trail. The Seeger High School AP Literature class has also been working on a Literary walk which will be added to the ½ mile trail.
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Community rallies behind church with $3800 water bill

As of 11 a.m. Wednesday, the Wayside Apostolic Church had more than half of its water bill covered by the good and loving people of Warren County. The original bill of $3823.38 has GoFundMe pledges of over $1700 and people had paid $485 at the water district. When the Vicksburg...
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Pine Village Elementary wins 2021 Brackets to Benefit Others

The Brackets to Benefit Others competition began in 2018 as a way to get much needed items donated to A Better Way Food Co-Op. Warren County Community Foundation came up with the idea as a March Madness bracket style format like the 64 teams that make the NCAA basketball tournament.
Crawfordsville, INJournal Review

Eades sentenced to 50 years for sex crimes

COVINGTON — A former Southeast Fountain School Corp. bus mechanic has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for sex crimes against a child. David W. Eades, 46, Crawfordsville, was convicted in Fountain Circuit Court on five counts of child molesting, two counts of sexual misconduct with a minor and five counts of incest.