- March 2012 tornado coverage
- SAVING GRACE: Mt. Moriah Church members credit faith for helping them survive lost building
- Severe Weather Preparedness Week starts Sunday
- Events to mark tornado’s anniversary
Restoration in humanity: Sen. Coats visits Henryville schools for first time since March
Coats talked to students a little about his job as a senator and how he thought the reaction of Henryville’s citizens exemplified what he loves about the country.
- Concert to say ‘thank you’ for Henryville helpers
Henryville HS yearbook nets staffers awards
Rachel Hamm, a 2012 graduate, won third place for best feature photo, and current juniors Morgan Perry and Cody Phillips, along with 2012 graduate Cady Munk, won first place for best feature writing and reporting for their story about bus drivers transporting students home during the March 2 tornadoes.
- Building community: Habitat building blitz continues in Henryville
Betting on generosity: Ogle Foundation matches tornado relief donations $3 to $1
Linda Speed, president and CEO of the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana, said she’s glad to have the partnership with the Ogle Foundation and is glad to have a part in helping a community.
Words of warning: Meeting helps tornado victims avoid scams
He suggested talking to your neighbors if they have already had repairs done about the company they used when looking for good businesses or contractors. Doing that also gives individuals a chance to see the quality of the repairs.
FEMA credits Clark County for donated resources
Commissioners President Ed Meyer noted in the release the county was not permitted to count any of the donations to major organizations like the Red Cross and The Salvation Army, and that the documented donated-resource credit could have been much larger.
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