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September 9, 2013

Community happenings: Blood drives, Caston alumni awards, flu shot clinic

Cass County tax sale set for today

The Cass County Auditor’s Office will hold a tax sale for delinquent properties at 10 a.m. today at the Cass County Government Building in the Commissioner Hearing Room, Room 203.

Bidders are urged to pre-register online at www.sri-taxsale.com. If unable to pre-register, it is advised bidders arrive one hour prior to the sale. Many questions can be answered prior to the sale and additional information is available on the website.

Street closed today for finishing

Today, Central Paving will be finishing Pollard Street, Murphy Street, Maplewood Drive and Park Avenue. Weather permitting this should be a one-day project.

Each street will be closed for a short time for paving. No parking signs will be put out the night before where needed. Residents are ask to find alternative parking for that day.

Pheasant hunt reminder

Hunters can begin registering for put-and-take hunting for ring-necked pheasants at DNR fish and wildlife areas this fall.

Registration runs through Nov. 30 at IndianaOutdoor.IN.gov.

Put-and-take hunting for ring-necked pheasants will be offered Nov. 23 through Dec. 1 at Atterbury, Glendale, J. E. Roush Lake, Pigeon River (west of Ind. 3), Tri-County, Willow Slough and Winamac fish and wildlife areas.

The hunts are $25 per person. The bag limit is two birds of either sex.

Hunters can select the date, property and location within the property for their hunt.

Standard pheasant hunting will be extended at Atterbury and Glendale fish and wildlife areas until Jan. 15, offering hunters additional time to hunt birds that were not harvested during the put-and-take hunts. The bag limit is also two birds of either sex.

Ambassadors tour coming

Monticello - The Greater Monticello Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau will host the Harlem Ambassadors on Oct. 10 at Roosevelt Middle School’s Staggs Gymnasium beginning at 7 p.m. The Chamber will also be hosting a pork burger dinner prior to the event.

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