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Scottsburg woman dies in Route 360 collision

A Scottsburg woman died Monday night after her vehicle was struck by a pickup truck as she was pulling out of her driveway onto Route 360 (James D. Hagood Highway)…

Growing pains aired at hemp industry summit

Regulatory uncertainty feeds sense of frustration

Mecklenburg schools health insurance costs soar

Difficult decisions lie ahead as trustees adjust budget for premiums


Comets battle back to beat Glass, 62-61

Varsity boys clinch return trip to Class 4 state tournament, get ready to play GW for no. 1 seed, region title





Park View jayvee girls finish on high note with win over Windsor at home / October 30, 2019
The Park View jayvee volleyball squad finished the 2019 season on a high note by whipping Windsor 25-14, 25-13 at PVHS last Tuesday in straight sets.

Park View’s Paige Springer posted 2 kills and 5 assists and Sophia Jansen contributed 3 kills to the effort.

Coach Helen Callahan has lots to look forward to next season with this crop of talented youngsters coming up through the ranks. There is some athletic talent on this squad as evidenced by their stellar 8-1 record.

The jayvee team’s only loss came at Southampton on Oct. 3 when they lost to the Little Lady Indians in straight sets. Other than that, these young ladies played perfect volleyball all season, never losing another game let alone match.

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