Trojans Grapplers Win EIAC Meet

first_imgCongratulations to The East Central Trojans on winning The EIAC Wrestling Meet.EC’s Bryer Hall – 145 Pound Weight Class Champion was voted the EIAC Wrestling Conference’s Most Valuable Wrestler.EIAC Conference 2019 – BracketsEIAC Conference 2019 – Round ResultsEIAC Conference 2019 – Team ResultsEIAC Conference 2019 – Team ScoresEIAC Conference 2019 – Tournament ResultsCourtesy of Trojans Coach Scott Schwarz.last_img

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Registration limited for free Fetal Alcohol Syndrome program

first_imgBatesville, In. — The director of the Indiana National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Susan Elsworth will hold a free presentation Thursday, May 30 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ivy Tech in Batesville. The seminar includes information about parts of the brain that may be affected and suggested positive intervention.Registration is now available for up to 30 participants by emailing ocof@onecommunityonefamily.org or call 812-932-1026.The program is sponsored by One Community One Family, the Coalition for a Drug-Free Batesville, choices Collaborated Care Solutions, United Families, the Indiana Family Social Services Administration and the United Way of Greater Cincinnati. Continuing education credits are available.last_img

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Calling all actors and actresses

first_imgBatesville, IN—The BAAC announces a theatre experience this fall.   The show, “Things My Mother Taught Me”, is about Olivia and Gabe (both late 20’s) moving into their first apartment together.  They’ve just packed all their belongings and driven halfway across the country to start a new life in Chicago.  Moving day doesn’t go exactly as they planned, especially when both sets of parents (50-60) show up to “help”.  Can a two bedroom apartment contain all of the love, laughs, worry, and wisdom that’s about to happen?……Auditions for the fall play are set for July 15 and 17, 7-9PM with a possible call back date of July 20, 9-noon in the Meyers building.  Plan to spend about an hour.  No need to prepare, you will do a reading from the script.  Call Regina Siefert for more details and to schedule your audition time.  812-212-0789last_img read more

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Zella Hitesman November 25, 1930 – September 3, 2019

first_imgZella Hitesman, age 88 of Harrison, Ohio passed away Tuesday, September 3, 2019 at her home. Born November 25, 1930 in Cincinnati, Ohio the daughter of Herman and Bessie (Montgomery) Carr.Zella married Larry Hitesman May 24, 1974 in Miamitown, Ohio. Was a faithful member of New Haven Road Family Worship Center for many years.Zella is survived by her beloved husband Larry Hitesman. Loving mother of Barb Gillespie. Grandmother of Brent (Amanda) Beal and Colt Beal. Great grandmother of Skyler, Braydon, Kaylee, Brock and Josie Beal. Sister of Robert (Ida) Carr and Dan (Lois) Carr. Also survived by brother in law Landon Smith.Preceded in death by her parents Herman and Bessie Carr, son David L. Hetisimer and siblings Herman Carr Jr., Joe “Star” Carr, Stella Carr and Della Smith.Visitation will be held Friday, September 6, 2019 from 11:00 A.M. until time of funeral services at 1:00 P.M. with Pastor Dave Garrett officiating all at New Haven Road Family Worship Center 8985 New Haven Road Harrison, Ohio 45030. Burial will follow at New Haven Cemetery Harrison, Ohio.Memorials may be directed to Hospice of Cincinnati and/or New Haven Road Family Worship Center c/o Jackman Hensley Funeral Home 215 Broadway Street Harrison, Ohio 45030.last_img read more

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Guildford man charged with bribery and drug related crimes

first_imgGreendale, IN—Theodore J. Green, 25, of Guilford, was charged in Dearborn Superior Court II on Wednesday on allegations of one Count of Bribery, Obstruction of Justice, Possession of a Controlled Substance, and Possession of Paraphernalia  after he was observed giving $950 in cash to a Dearborn County Detective in an attempt to make a previously charged case “go away.”​On October 31, 2019, Green contacted Dearborn County Det. Carl Pieczonka via text message and offered Det. Pieczonka $3000 to make a case filed by another Dearborn County Sheriff’s Deputy go away. On November 4, 2019, Det. Pieczonka arranged a meeting with Green in Greendale, with other officers from the Dearborn County Special Crimes Unit observing the meeting.​At this meeting, Green gave $950 in cash to Det. Pieczonka, and was arrested by Deputies Adam Ziegler and Garret Rollins shortly thereafter. When arrested, he was also found to be in possession of a glass smoking pipe and had green plantlike material in his teeth. When questioned, Green informed officers that he had eaten a section of a Ziploc bag containing synthetic marijuana, or “spice”.​If convicted, Theodore Green faces a sentence of between 1 year and 6 years in the Indiana Department of Corrections on the Bribery Charge.​Prosecutor Lynn Deddens thanked Detective Pieczonka, Dep. Rollins, and Dep. Ziegler for their work investigating this case. “My office takes any attempt to skirt the law through bribery seriously, and we will always prosecute those who attempt to bribe officers or other public officials,” Deddens stated.last_img read more

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Aurora announces new city manager

first_imgAurora, IN—The City of Aurora has announced that Derek Walker, a native of Southeast Indiana will take over the role as the new Aurora City Manager. Walker is a Ball State graduate with a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning and Development and has over four years of experience working in the planning and zoning office for the Dearborn County Government.Walker stated he is grateful for the opportunity to work with Mayor Drury and the City Administration as they work to build upon recent momentum. His focus will be working to make Aurora a place that people enjoy living within and visiting and a place that businesses are able to successfully expand and thrive. Walker can be reached by calling the City’s mainline, 926-1777 or via email at dwalker@aurora.in.us .last_img read more

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Indiana Pork and Indiana Soybean Partner with Fair Oaks

first_imgStatewide— Indiana Pork and the Indiana Soybean Alliance are excited to announce a partnership to allow more school-aged children to visit Fair Oaks Farms.  Both groups have partnered to provide discounts to school field trips and to provide transportation grants for their travel to and from Fair Oaks. “The partnership with Indiana Soybean Alliance and Indiana Pork has made it possible for more educators and future generations to learn about modern agriculture and where food comes from,” said Julie Basich, Chief Operating Officer for Fair Oaks Farms. “Fair Oaks Farms is grateful for this opportunity and has worked hard to provide STEM programs that the educators not only feel good about, but are excited to share with their students and families.  Less than 2% of the population is involved in agriculture, so being able to make these discussions more accessible to our youth is crucial in bridging that gap.” The partnership allows a $3 discount for tours of Fair Oaks.  School groups can also apply for transportation grants to help with busing costs.last_img read more

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REMC postpones annual meeting

first_imgOSGOOD, Ind. – Southeastern Indiana REMC has announced further changes in regard to the coronavirus pandemic by cancelling their annual meeting scheduled for March 28.“Southeastern Indiana REMC annual meeting is postponed until further notice due to measures put in place as a result of the corona virus.  Members will be informed when a new date is determined,” said marketing director Barry Lauber.The company previously postponed non-essential services and are on standby for emergency service restoration needs. You can report an outage by calling (800) 737-4111.last_img

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862 new cases Statewide

first_imgStatewide—The Indiana State Department of Health has reported that 862 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 today.  A total of 21,870 Indiana residents have tested positive for the coronavirus.  To date, 120,496 tests have been reported to ISDH at an 18.1% positive rate and 51 new deaths were reported for a total of 1,264 Hoosiers have died to date.Locally, Decatur County has a total of 206 positive cases and 28 deaths, Franklin County has 101 positive cases and 7 deaths, and Ripley County has 99 positive cases and 6 deaths.last_img

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