Linton Miners Football vs North Vermillion – Sectional 48 Regional Championship Game [Live Video]

Watch the Miners LIVE* tonight at LintonMiners.com as the Linton take on North Vermillion.  We’ll be broadcasting live with commentary from Keith Doades and Dan Phillips of Media Five Sports.

*Broadcast availability will depend on presence of adequate internet bandwidth at game site. This broadcast may be cancelled without notice if we experience any major technical issues.

Kickoff is at 8pm EDT.

The broadcast is made possible by:

Anderson-Poindexter Funeral Homes

Greene County General Hospital

Linton Family Pharmacy

Node 1 Technology

Premier Healthcare

Richard Brown Insurance

Wolfe’s Gym

Cine Senior Apartments

CLICK TO WATCH – LINTONMINERS.COM

Ciné Senior Apartments to host open house, leasing event on Saturday, Nov. 15

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Cine Senior Apartments will be hosting an open house and leasing event on Saturday, November 15th from 11am to 1pm. The nearly-completed complex is located at 155 North Main Street in Linton. Staff members will be on hand to provide guided tours as well as assist potential tenants with lease applications.

Development of the 41-unit complex that now occupies the former Cine Theater building was made possible by $6.5 million in tax credit financing from the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority and is overseen by developers Jeff and Vickie Doris of Linton Redevelopment GP, Inc. The building will maintain the historic charm of Linton’s Main Street while providing up-to-date amenities for its residents.

Cine Senior Apartments feature three energy-efficient offerings including Studio, 1-Bedroom, and 2-Bedroom options and 27 different floorplans. All units are non-smoking and handicap accessible. The facility is designated for low and moderate income tenants where at least one member of the household is age 55 years or older.

For more information please visit CineSeniorApartments.com or Facebook.com/CineApartments.

Linton vs North Knox – Sectional 48 Championship Game [Live Video]

Watch the Miners LIVE tonight at LintonMiners.com as the Linton Miners take on the North Knox Warriors in the IHSAA Sectional 48 Championship.  We’ll be broadcasting live with commentary from Keith Doades and Dan Phillips of Media Five Sports.

Kickoff is at 7pm EDT.

The broadcast is made possible by:

Anderson-Poindexter Funeral Homes

Greene County General Hospital

Linton Family Pharmacy

Node 1 Technology

Premier Healthcare

Richard Brown Insurance

Wolfe’s Gym

Cine Senior Apartments

CLICK TO WATCH – LINTONMINERS.COM

Linton vs. Perry Central – Football Sectional [Live Video]

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Watch the Miners LIVE* tonight at LintonMiners.com as they take on the Perry Central Commodores in Game 2 of IHSAA Sectional 48, We’ll be broadcasting live with commentary from Keith Doades and Dan Phillips of Media Five Sports.

Kickoff is at 8pm EDT.

The broadcast is made possible by:

Anderson-Poindexter Funeral Homes

Greene County General Hospital

Linton Family Pharmacy

Node 1 Technology

Premier Healthcare

Richard Brown Insurance

Wolfe’s Gym

CLICK TO WATCH – LINTONMINERS.COM

*Broadcast availability will depend on presence of adequate internet bandwidth at game site. This broadcast may be cancelled without notice if we experience any major technical issues.

Duke Tumatoe to perform at The Old Bank on Nov. 1st

Dr. Duke puts 'em up during a 2012 performance at the Greene County Shrine Club.

Duke Tumatoe, the infamous Midwestern bluesman, will return to Linton to perform on Saturday, November 1st at The Old Bank & Co. downtown. The event is being organized by the Linton Community Development Corporation (LCDC) to raise funds for their current renovation project at the former Kennedy Shoe Store building.

“This event is good for the downtown in two ways.”, said Jared Albright, President of the LCDC, “We’re able to bring visitors to the area for an evening of fun as we raise money to restore a downtown eyesore. We’re hopeful that our  guests will spend some time, and money,  in town before they take in the show.”

The show starts at 7:30pm with an opening act before Duke begins his set at 8pm and The Old Bank will have a cash bar available throughout the evening. Some tickets are still available and can be purchased at Linton Family Pharmacy, Francis’ Jewel Box, by phone at 866-615-5864, or online at LintonCDC.org.

“We encourage all music fans to take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy live music downtown, said Albright. We would also like to thank Jerry and Gayle Margraf for their generosity and willingness to host our event.”

The Linton Community Development Corporation is a 501c3 non-profit. Past community projects include the Linton Music Festival, Live streaming of Linton High School football at LintonMiners.com, and The Lintonian.

For more info, visit LintonCDC.org.

Elite AAU Basketball team coming to Linton — tryouts set for Sept. 20

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Indiana Elite, one of the Nation’s largest and most successful youth basketball programs, will now have a presence in Greene County as a new team is being organized in Linton.

Last season, Indiana Elite had over 75 basketball teams all over the State of Indiana and the organization continues to produce many of the Nation’s top collegiate and NBA players including Cody Zeller, Eric Gordon, and Yogi Ferrell. The organization’s mission is to promote the continued development of young players as it relates to fundamentals of basketball, sportsmanship and athletic competition.

“We are extremely excited to be a part of one of the most prestigious basketball programs in the Country,” said Coach Jay Smith. “Our players will be building lifelong skills that extend far beyond the basketball court.”

Open tryouts for the 2015 Spring/Summer travel season will be held on September 20th at the newly-renovated Pleasantville gym in Pleasantville, Indiana. Tryouts are open to all boys in grades 4 through 11.

Session Schedule:

  • 4th Grade Boys – 9am until 10:30am

  • 5th Grade Boys – 10:30am until 12pm

  • 6th Grade Boys – 12pm until 1:30pm

  • 7th Grade Boys – 1:30pm until 3pm

  • 8th Grade Boys – 3pm until 4:30pm

  • 9th, 10th, & 11th Grade Boys –  5pm until 6:30pm

Each session will last approximately an hour and a half.

To register or learn more please contact Jay Smith at 812-512-1054 or ClubEliteLinton@gmail.com

Indiana Elite online at IndianaElite.com

West Nile Virus Found in Greene County

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Mark A. Miller, who serves as the Environmental Health Specialist at the Greene County Health
Department stated this morning that a sample mosquito pool taken on July 16th
by the state. The sample tested positive for the West Nile virus.

The virus has been of great concern to heath officials, as the virus produces high fever, severe headaches,
stiff neck, muscle weakness or paralysis, nausea, vomiting, and confusion. Health officials say
that prevention is the best medicine. Prevention can come in at least two forms: (1.) preventing the
mosquitoes from reproducing, and (2.) preventing mosquito bites. “Here are some tips to give to the
citizens,” Miller said:

  • Apply insect repellent containing DEET to clothes and exposed skin;
  • Wear light colored clothing;
  • Avoid wet, highly vegetative areas where mosquitoes live; and,
  • Avoid being outdoors during prime mosquito biting times, dusk to dawn, when possible.

Some simple steps to prevent mosquitoes from breeding are as follows:

  • Eliminate areas of standing water on your property;
  • Repair failing septic systems;
  • Remove any containers that will hold water;
  • Clean your clogged gutters;
  • Keep grass cut short and shrubbery trimmed because tall vegetation is an excellent harborage area
  • for mosquitoes; and,
  • Keep swimming pools chlorinated and clean.

Miller said, “The basic rule is if water lasts more than four days mosquitoes can reproduce. Even a small
bucket can produce up to a 1,000 mosquitoes in just a few days.”

Not only can humans contract the virus, but Miller reminds local residents that it can also infect domestic
animals like horses. In fact, he said the West Nile is very serious and often fatal in horses. So, if not
already done, it is very important to contact your veterinarian to get your horse immunized.

The Greene County Health Department is located at 217 East Spring Street, Suite 1 in Bloomfield,
Indiana 47424. The office may be reached by phone at (812)384-4496.

2014 Linton Miner Football Schedule

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08/22 – 7:00 pm
08/29 – 7:00 pm
09/05 – 7:30 pm
09/12 – 7:00 pm
09/19 – 7:00 pm
09/26 – 7:00 pm
10/03 – 7:00 pm
10/10 – 8:00 pm
10/17 – 7:00 pm

Linton Music Festival will return in 2015 as music series

From the Linton Community Development Corporation:

The Linton Music Festival will not be held on Labor Day Weekend at Humphreys Park this year as it has since its beginning in 2005. The Linton Community Development Corporation, the local non-profit organization that oversees production of the festival, is currently reorganizing the event to return in 2015 as an ongoing music series to offer more music-related events throughout the year.

“The support from fans, local artists, and our sponsors has been tremendous ever since the first event kicked off 9 years ago”, said Jared Albright, festival founder and director. “We feel that a change in format for LMF is necessary. We see this not as an ending to the festival we know, but a new beginning. A music series will allow us to produce more events throughout the year and provide more opportunities for the local community to be exposed to the musical arts. We also hope that more frequent events will draw visitors to Linton on a consistent basis and provide a boost to our local economy.”

Fans can visit LintonMusicFest.com for updates later this year or follow Linton Music Fest on Facebook and Twitter.

Links:

LintonMusicFest.com
Facebook.com/LintonMusicFest
Twitter.com/LintonMusicFest

LCDC to host world-class blues artist at Shrine Club

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The Linton Community Development Corporation, a local non-profit organization, will host a steak dinner fundraiser on Saturday, April 19th at the Greene County Shrine Club. The event will feature Hoosier blues artist the WT Feaster Band.

Led by Greene County native Travis Feaster, The WT Feaster Band performs outstanding, mind bending, diamond hard riffs which scream with an edgy intensity, creating a sound as heavy and raucous as Alvin Lee and as distinctive as Stevie Ray and Jimi Hendrix.

“A fiery blues rock guitarist and southern soul blues belter with original material and Texas/Chicago inspired blues, WT Feaster band is in the vanguard of the Mid west Rock/Blues scene.The boundless energy, telepathic musicianship and a flourish of six string ferocity is reminiscent of early Eric Clapton and Cream.”

Tickets are $30 each and dinner is included. Tables of 8 may be reserved in advance and less than 50 tickets are available as Monday, April 7th.

Proceeds from this event will benefit community projects organized by the LCDC. Current projects include the Linton Music FestivalThe Lintonian, Live Streaming of Miner Football, and future plans for a downtown redevelopment project are currently in the works. (Stay tuned for more information).

This event is for ages 21 and up.

Dinner Menu:

Ribeye Steak
Baked Potato
Salad
Dessert

Cash Bar Available

Click here to purchase tickets

About WT Feaster
So what’s Indianapolis guitarist WT (Travis) Feaster all about? Intense guitar playing, impassioned vocals – a rock blues hurricane!WT Feaster performs outstanding, mind bending, diamond hard riffs which scream with an edgy intensity, creating a sound as heavy and raucous as Alvin Lee and as distinctive as Stevie Ray and Jimi Hendrix.A fiery blues rock guitarist and southern soul blues belter with original material and Texas/Chicago inspired blues, WT Featser band is in the vanguard of the Mid west Rock/Blues scene.The boundless energy, telepathic musicianship and a flourish of six string ferocity is reminiscent of early Eric Clapton and Cream.

WT (Travis) Feaster made his name on the mid west “Young Guns of Blues Guitar” tour as well as being a leading light on the Chicago Blues Tour – a new take on an old concept – that took in eight clubs and ten bands.

His debut album the aptly titled ‘Long Overdue’ proved to be the perfect context for his impassioned fiery playing, while several high profile appearances in Europe including the Maryport Blues Festival cemented a growing reputation.

Influence by blues greats like Albert King, Bill Perry, Junior Wells, Alvin Lee, and rockers Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jimi Hendrix, WT combines strong songwriting with impossible licks and a fiery sense of purpose that puts him near the top of the new generation rock and Blues scene.

More info about our featured artist visit http://www.wtfeasterband.com