Friday, August 30, 2013

Floyd County Bowling

Floyd County Bowling



New Albany Bowling

Floyd County


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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Floyd County Post Office

Floyd County Post Office


Georgetown Post Office


Greenville Post Office


New Albany Post Office

Floyd County


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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Floyd County Radio Stations

Floyd County Radio Stations

1570 WNDA
PO BOX 2623
Clarksville, Indiana 47131
502-584-2400
NewsTalk

Floyd County


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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

New Albany Farmers’ Market

New Albany Farmers’ Market
202 E. Market Street
New Albany, Indiana.

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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Clarksville Family Aquatic Center

Clarksville Family Aquatic Center

Exploring Indiana's Historic Sites, Markers & Museums - South East Edition
Markers & Museums
South East Edition
Zero Depth Pool with Interactive Water Features
Lap Pool
Plunge Pool with 154' Water Slide & Tube Slide
Family Changing Room
Children's Sand Area with Play Apparatus
2 Sand Volleyball Courts
Full Service Concession Area
All pools are heated for maximum enjoyment and comfort throughout the season!

Clarksville Family Aquatic Center
800 S Clark Blvd
Clarksville, IN 47129-3057
http://www.clarksvilleparks.com/family-aquatic-center.html

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Monday, August 19, 2013

New Albany Floyd County Public Library

New Albany Floyd County Public Library
180 W Spring St
New Albany, IN 47150
Phone:(812) 944-8464

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Friday, August 16, 2013

New Albany Lodging

New Albany Lodging

Barbara's Rustic Frog Inn
1720 Old River Road
New Albany, In 47150-6053
Phone: (812) 590-2620


Hampton Inn New Albany
506 West Spring Street
New Albany, In 47150-3617
Phone: (812) 944-4600


Holiday Inn Express Holiday Inn Express Louisville-Nw (New Alban
411 West Spring Street
New Albany, In 47150-3615
Phone: (812) 945-2771


Honeymoon Mansion Wedding Chapel
1014 East Main Street
New Albany, In 47150-5843
Phone: (812) 945-0312


Mansion Row Inn
1014 East Main Street
New Albany, In 47150-5843
Phone: (812) 945-0312

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Thursday, August 15, 2013

New Albany Bowling

New Albany Bowling

Hoosier Lanes Strike & Spare
2310 State St
New Albany
(812) 945-6625
www.strikeandsparebowling.com

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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Monday, August 12, 2013

New Albany Movie Theaters

New Albany Movie Theaters

Great Escape New Albany 16
I-265 & Charlestown Road
New Albany, IN 47150
(812) 941-9640

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Regal New Albany Stadium 16
300 Professional Court
New Albany, Indiana
47150
(812) 941-9640

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Floyd County Movie Theaters

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Friday, August 9, 2013

New Albany Hospital and Medical

New Albany Hospital and Medical


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Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services
1850 State Street,
New Albany, IN 47150

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Monday, August 5, 2013

Silver Creek - New Albany IN

Silver Creek

Length - About 34 miles
Silver Creek is navigable in Clark County from its junction with the Ohio River for 3.0 river miles.1 Although people do canoe in Silver Creek, there is no good public access. At its junction with the Ohio River Silver Creek runs through the forty seven acre Loop Island Wetlands. A small island is fomed at the junction. A bend in the form of a loop is what gives the area its name. Silver Creek is bordered by valleys that range from a half mile to several miles wide. It is surrounded by gently sloping and nearly level terraces. The bottomland areas are well drained to
somewhat poorly drained or poorly drained and frequently flooded. The major tributaries of Silver Creek are Sinking Fork and Pleasant Run from the east and Miller Fork, Caney Fork,
and Blue Lick Creek from the west. It begins in the upland area of Clark State Forest, the highest elevation of the creek at 972 feet. The lowest point is where the creek enters the Ohio River, three hundred and eighty feet above sea level.
Silver Creek Watershed drains from the four counties of Clark, Floyd, Scott, and Washington. The total area of the Silver Creek Watershed is 97,442.9 acres, or 152.25
square miles. Silver Creek also forms part of the county boundary between Clark and Floyd Counties as it nears the Ohio River. Eighty two percent of Silver Creek lies in Clark County.
The water flow of Silver Creek is sufficient at times of the year to power gristmills and during the early portion of the area's development there were many built along its course. The most famous was Blackiston Mill built in 1853. Its slate and concrete dam still exists.
There are two theories about how Silver Creek derived its name:
1. In 1775 a band of roving Indians buried a keg of silver by the creek.
2. Early flat-boatmen, while on their way down the Ohio River, were heard to remark that yonder range of hills (knobs) is supposed to be rich in silver ore. No paying quantities have ever
been found.

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