NEW ALBANY — Twenty one Ivy Tech Community College nursing students were on hand to perform eye examinations, analyze dental and vaccination records, test speech, and measure height, weight and blood pressure to assess income-eligible, 3, 4 and 5-year-old Floyd County residents applying to be accepted for one of the 276 openings in the preschool program. See related photo.
World War II veteran and prisoner of war survivor Kenneth Steward, 87, of Jeffersonville, sits in his room at Westminster Village in Clarksville on Friday morning. Steward was captured by the German military while serving on the front lines during the Battle of the Bulge.
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