Camm murder trial set to open proceedings Thursday
Opening arguments in David Camm's trial on charges he killed his family will begin at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 22.
- Hearing to be set on proposed tax increase More than 250 people have signed a petition objecting to a plan to raise Boone County’s cumulative capital development tax.
- County updating homestead exemption role More than $80,000 in back taxes has been collected from area homeowners who inaccurately claimed a homestead credit exemption on their property taxes.
Sheriff highlights high-hazard intersection
What Sheriff Ken Campbell considers Boone County's most dangerous intersection could see more traffic than usual over the next few days. Drivers at the junction of U.S. 52 and Indiana 47 are at higher peril of a crash than anywhere else, Campbell sai
Cancer Society fundraiser brings in $22,000
The Boone County Battle of the BBQ hit a fundraising record, raising more than $22,000 Saturday for the Boone County Cancer Society, more than double the inaugural year’s $10,000 in 2008.
David Camm murder trail began Monday
Jury selection began Monday in the Boone Circuit Court courtroom in the murder trial of David Camm, 49, a former Indiana State Trooper accused of killing his wife and two children in a southern Indiana home in 2000.
County, communities to receive road funding
Changes in the way Indiana distributes tax revenue will give local governments an estimated $8.1 million in highway money over the next two fiscal years.
Western Booone students earn spots on Fever dance team
Two Western Boone High School students returned to school last week, not just as high-schoolers, but also as local celebrities.
Interstate zoning rules on APC agenda
Zoning changes along Interstate 65 north from Lebanon aren't intended to attract commercial, industrial or residential development to the area, said Rachel Cardis, executive director of the Area Plan Commission.
Drivers complain of obstructed rural intersection
Complaints that truck drivers can't see oncoming traffic unless they pull into a rural intersection because of low-hanging branches may not be resolved.
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