Scott County Circuit Court Judge Jason Mount and Judge Alison Frazier


Scott County Circuit Court Judge Jason Mount and Judge Alison Frazier spoke at a recent dinner meeting of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club at the Roadhouse USA.  Pictured with Judge Mount and Judge Frazier is Kiwanis President Al Riggle.  Judge Mount provided an update on the Scott County Circuit Court.  Judge Frazier was added to the Scott County Circuit Court as a Magistrate as a result of legislation proposed by Rep Terry Goodin and passed by the Indiana Legislature.  Her addition will help shorten the calendar for wait times for hearings.   Judge Mount has implemented a “Talk to a Lawyer” Day for free legal advice on the 4th Wednesdays of the month.  He also talked about an effort to implement Criminal Rule 26 which provided evidence based tools to determine who should be held in jail.  The huge majority of individuals in the Scott County Jail are there waiting trial instead of there due to convictions.  Reducing this number where it makes sense would save many dollarsThe Kiwanis appreciated Judge Mount’s presentation and the opportunity to meet Judge Frazier.


TTT (Twice Told Tales) Bookstore


 Twice Told Tales will be open Saturday, August 24, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at 765 South Main, Scottsburg.

     Hardback sale continues! For only 10 cents get any hardback book by these authors:  David Baldacci, Faye Kellerman, Jonathon Kellerman, Dean Koontz, and Belva Plain. Still available are 10-cent hardbacks by Patterson, Robb/Roberts, Steel, and Woods.
     Twice Told Tales is operated by Friends of the Library with all proceeds benefiting the readers of Scott County.

Terry Amick, Democratic candidate for Mayor of Scottsburg


Terry Amick, Democratic candidate for Mayor of Scottsburg, spoke at the weekly Scottsburg Kiwanis Club dinner meeting at the Roadhouse USA to talk about his plans and what he hopes to do if electedPictured with Terry is Al Riggle, President of the Scottsburg Kiwanis ClubTerry joined the club for dinner and then talked about the four main elements of his campaign: 1.  Spend Wisely, 2.  Invest in Neighborhoods, 3.  Provide Quality Customer Service and 4.  Clean Up Our City.  After the presentation, Terry engaged in some question and answer with Kiwanis members.  He thanked the Kiwanis for what we do for the kids in our community.  The members thanked Terry for attending and sharing his ideas with us.