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Judge: Ordinance necessary after repeated drunkenness
Pendleton Town Council President Don Henderson said he and other council members were shocked to learn an ordinance banning people from attending town court was necessary.
Pendleton prisoner hospitalized after fight
A Pendleton prison inmate and a guard were taken to the hospital Wednesday morning with minor injuries after a jailhouse altercation, according to prison authorities.
Prison employee charged with trafficking
A Pendleton prison employee was arrested early Friday morning on suspicion of trafficking with an inmate, according to the Pendleton Correctional Facility.
Photo gallery: Pendleton Heights High School Prom
Photos from the Pendleton Heights High School Prom.
- Daddio's opens in Pendleton PENDLETON, Ind. — Rick Kinsey isn’t fazed by comments that restaurants don’t always survive in Falls Park Plaza. People told him the same thing when he opened his original Daddio’s Italian Café location in Fortville. And that was 12 years ago. A steady stream of happy customers has kept his hands in the homemade dough — in fact, around 80 percent of his customers have driven the extra miles to satisfy their cravings since the move.
- Chili draws a crowd at Pendleton library PENDLETON, Ind. — Although the weather turned mild Sunday, it didn’t keep area residents from sampling a favorite winter dish for a cause. Pendleton Friends of the Library’s third annual chili cook-off saw its biggest crowd yet, according to Arlene Shannon of the Pendleton Community Library.
- Indiana 13 project begins near Fortville on Monday FORTVILLE, Ind. — Indiana 13 will close near Fortville on Monday as crews begin work on a Major Moves Project along the roadway, according to the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT). INDOT's official detour will guide motorists along Indiana 67 through Pendleton and onto Interstate 69, before returning them to Indiana 13.
- Pendleton loses 2-1 in overtime In a heartbreaking 2-1, double-overtime loss to the Greenfield-Central Cougars, the Pendleton Heights Arabians just missed the chance to advance to the 2009 IHSAA girls soccer sectional finals. But they sure put up a good fight.
- Pendleton girls win cross country sectional PENDLETON — After a team meeting and a few anxious moments, Pendleton Heights got back on the winning track and just at the right time. The Arabians pulled together and claimed their own girls cross country sectional title Tuesday by grouping three runners in the top 10 and four in the top 15. PH scored 56 team points to 63 for Mount Vernon.
- Area roundup: Shenandoah beats Lapel volleyball The Raiders rallied from one game down to win in four games over the Bulldogs. Yardley Collett paced the winners with 22 kills, 20 assists, four aces and three blocks. Teammate Kirstyn Pierce had 12 kills, five aces and nine digs.
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