Joe Glover remembers the New Albany legend and mentor By Joe Glover Indiana University Southeast Athletics Director, NAIA Athletic Director’s Association President, and President of the Rotary Club of New AlbanyWe all have that individual in our life who has helped shape us into the person we are today. For hundreds – thousands, even –…Read More
Photographer Christian Watson recently traveled to Washington with a friend. He shot this photo with a Pentax 6×7, which was made in the mid to late ’70s, at an elevation of 6,200 feet in Mount Rainier National Park at the tarn (a small mountain lake formed by a glacier) below Pinnacle Glacier. Says, Christian, who…Read More
Photo by Cora Elliott This photo was taken by 16-year-old Cora Elliott and awarded the Grand Champion photo at the Clark County 4-H Fair. The homeschooled teen snapped this pic of her feet with her siblings. The photo by the young photographer has now been entered into the Indiana State Fair, which will occur as…Read More
A LIFE WELL-LIVED William C. “Bill” Cochran Aug. 25, 1934 – Jan. 3, 2019 William C. “Bill” Cochran passed away at the age of 84 on Jan. 3, 2019. He was born Aug. 25, 1934, in New Albany to the late William Lee and Irene (Stackhouse) Cochran. Bill was a 1953 graduate of New Albany…Read More
Photo taken at En-Joy The Venue at Flat Rock Estates in Henryville. By Tracy Reardon En-Joy The Venue, located at 13967 E. Flat Rock Trail in Henryville, is an upscale, outdoor venue with hardscaped, tiered seating featuring a breathtaking view of Sydney Lake. The venue features trails, lakes, shuttle service and an on-staff event and…Read More
Photo of Sycamore Springs Park in English, Indiana, by Christian Watson “And into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul.” –John Muir Southern Indiana has no shortage of parks and forests You can find numerous listings and more information at gosoin.com.
Dec. 28, 1955 – July 23, 2018 We introduced Beverly Brewer McCombs to Extol readers in October 2017 when she was one of several breast cancer survivors we featured in the issue. Vivacious and funny, Beverly lit up the room during her photo shoot and caused some of us to wipe away tears when she…Read More
PHOTO BYCHRISTIAN WATSON Artist Wilfred “Will” Sieg III has been busy transforming the water tower located at Michigan Avenue in Jeffersonville, much to the delight of passersby. The tank is a vibrant marker for the arts and cultural district slated for the area.
Photo by Josh Keown Friends recently gathered at the home of Hunter Hayes to enjoy a crawfish boil and fellowship with one another. Spring has sprung. Get out and enjoy!
Three snowboarders waiting at the top of the slopes looking for the perfect line at Paoli Peaks. Photo by Christian Watson