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Filing Gets Underway For School Board Races

Today, July 22, is the first day to file a petition of nomination as school board member with the county clerk. Candidates need to get 10 signatures on the petition form from registered voters residing in the same board member district as the candidate.
In Crothersville, two seats will be contested in the Nov. 3 election: District 1 in the northernmost part of Vernon township currently held by B.J. McLain and District 4 on the west side of the town limits currently held by Dale Schmelzle.
Scott County School District 1 has three at-large members that will be elected on Nov. 3. These candidates need to be registered voters of Jennings Township. The three incumbent board members up for re-election are Ron Atkins, Darlene Hall and Joie Bukowski.
Scott County School District 2 has three members to be elected by residency district
Up for election in November is a representative from Finley Township, this seat is currently held by Christy Roberts; a representative from Johnson township, this seat is currently held by Josh Mays; and a member from inside the Scottsburg city limits, this seat is currently held by Ron Moore. These candidates need to be registered voters of the Finley, Johnson or Vienna precincts 2, 3, 4 or 5.
The last day to file is August 21 by noon in the county clerk’s office.

5 Go To Jail For Drugs

On Friday, July 10, Scott County Sheriff Deputies Joe Guarneri and Zach Brown, along with Indiana State Trooper Jon Cain responded to a report of suspicious activity. Major Guarneri spoke with the driver of a vehicle, Jerry Hunter, 34, of Wyoming, Michigan. After the officers completed their investigation, Hunter was charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of paraphernalia, possession marijuana, auto theft, maintaining a common nuisance, false informing, obstruction of justice, and had an outstanding warrant for his arrest in Lake County.
That same day, 1st Sgt. John Hartman, Deputies Zach Brown Jessica Dickey responded to Dollar General in Lexington to investigate a report of a female asleep in a vehicle. When they arrived, the sleeping occupant of the vehicle was identified as Billie Cutshall, 39, of Nabb. After getting permission to search her vehicle, Cutshall was arrested for possession of methamphetamine, maintaining a common nuisance, possession of a legend drug, possession a controlled substance, possession marijuana, and possession of paraphernalia.
On Saturday, July 11, Sgt. Hartman and Scottsburg Police Lt. Joe Nicholson responded to a disturbance at a residence in Scottsburg. When officers arrived, they met Matreva Marcum, 41, Scottsburg and Garland Bowman, 56, of Crothersville.
After their investigation, both Marcum and Bowman were arrested for possession of syringe, possession of methamphetamine, maintaining a common nuisance, possession of a controlled substance, possession marijuana, and possession of paraphernalia.
On Wednesday, July 15, Deputy Zach Brown, Sgt. John Hartman and Colonel Lonnie Combs responded to a Scottsburg business on a report of an unconscious male in a vehicle. Their investigation led to the arrest of David Kline, 51, of Scottsburg for possession of a syringe, maintaining a common nuisance, possession of a narcotic drug, public intoxication and possession of paraphernalia.

Scottsburg Man Sentenced To 12 Years For Dealing Meth Near School

Jonathan McWilliams

Jonathan McWilliams, 31, of Scottsburg has been sentenced to 12 years for dealing methamphetamine. According to Scott County Prosecutor Chris Owens, McWilliams will serve the first nine years in prison and will be supervised by probation for three years upon his release. McWilliams was also sentenced to an additional 364 days in prison because he was on probation at the time he arrested for dealing drugs earlier this year.
In January, officers with the Scott County Sheriff’s Office worked with a confidential informant to make a controlled buy of drugs from McWilliams. This controlled purchase occurred on South Street in Scottsburg, which was within 500 feet of Scottsburg High School. “Selling drugs within 500 feet of a school is an enhancing circumstance that can be used to obtain a higher penalty,” said Owens.
“I believe our county has come a long way in the battle to clean up our streets. We are not going to tolerate drugs being sold in our community and we especially will aggressively prosecute those selling drugs near our schools,” said Owens.
“Scott County must continue to work hard to make sure that schools and the property around them are safe and free from drugs and other crimes. Our children deserve to be protected to the highest level,” he said

Jackson County Food Inspections For June

Critical violations are defined as a provision of the Retail Food Establishment Sanitation Requirements, Title 410 IAC 7-24 that, if in noncompliance, is more likely than other violations to significantly contribute to food contamination, illness, or environmental health hazard. Example: Hot food not being held at 135˚F. or warmer; cold food not at 41 degrees or below; or food contact surfaces contaminated.
Non-Critical violations are provisions of the Retail Food Establishment Sanitation Requirements, Title 410 IAC 7-24 that, if in noncompliance, is not likely to significantly contribute to food contamination, illness, or environmental health hazards but are issues of concern. Examples: No hair restraints; or mop being left in a mop bucket rather than being allowed to air dry.
Repeat violations are issued when a follow-up inspection finds that a previous issue has not been corrected and the establishment continues to be noncompliant and present a hazard.
411 E. Tipton St, Seymour
1 Critical (food service employees not wearing or improperly wearing face covering / mask as required by Executive Order 20-28)
1600 E. Tipton St, Seymour
Re-opening inspection – facility ready to open for operation following the COVID-19 guidelines
1600 E. Tipton St, Seymour
No violations
Kovener’s Korner
712 W. 2nd St, Seymour
No violations
American Legion
402 W. 2nd St, Seymour
Re-opening inspection – food service ready to open for operation after COVID-19 closure
Jay-C Store
1541 E. Tipton St, Seymour
No violations
913 E. Tipton St, Seymour
No violations
The Brooklyn Pizza Company
751 W. 2nd St, Seymour
No violations
829 N. Ewing St, Seymour
No violations
Circle K
416 Stevens Way, Seymour
2 Critical (no certified food handler on staff – 3rd time violation – food service suspended until proof of CFH on staff is presented to the JCHD, hand sink filled with spray cleaning bottles in warewashing area and not accessible)
1 Noncritical (wet cleaning cloth left on pizza prep counter – repeat)
Circle K
300 E. Tipton St, Seymour
No violations
Supermercado La Mejor
108 E. Tipton St, Seymour
4 Critical (large pot of soup in reach-in cooler not held below 41°F – repeat, soup not properly cooled before storage – repeat, two pans of prepared food product not hot-held above 135°F on steam table, fish / chicken wings / and beef not hot-held above 135°F in deli area)
Schneck Medical Center
411 W. Tipton St, Seymour
No violations
The link for the Jackson County Health Department website is:

On-Line Master Gardener Classes Planned

Scott County Purdue Extension Educator for Ag & Natural Resources, Tom Springstun, said due to some interest expressed a Purdue Extension Master Gardener (EMG) Training Class for the fall of 2020 is being planned.
“Washington County ANR Educator Danielle Walker and I are hoping we have at least 15 persons enrolled in order to conduct such a class,” said Springstun.
The plans as they now stand are to offer the Purdue EMG Basic Training through weekly live webinars. You would view these individually from your own computer. (All sessions will be recorded in case you want to view them again later.)
All required core topic sessions will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, Aug. 25 through Dec. 1, 2020 (no meeting on November 24), and Final Exam week is December 8-15.
Then on a Thursday night that each week we would have a one hour in-person (or virtual meeting for those preferring this way to meet), to discuss that week’s topic, quiz answers, answer questions you have about the topic.
“At the moment this Thursday evening in-person meeting is planned to be held in the Scottsburg area,” he said
The proposed fee for the training is $175/person which includes the print version of the Purdue EMG Manual, and for an additional $25 participants will also receive the digital version of the manual on a searchable flash drive. If two people from the same household want to share a print version of the Purdue EMG Manual, the total cost will be a proposed $272.
If interested, please email Springstun at by Monday, Aug. 3, so we will have enough time to plan accordingly and get you enrolled if we proceed forward.
Additional information can be obtained by calling 812-752-8450.