September 2, 2014

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  • Moores Hill meets Friday

    Moores Hill Town Council will hold a special meeting 8 a.m. Friday, Aug. 22, at the Moores Hill Senior Center, 16610 N. Broadway. Purpose of the meeting is to pay Globe Asphalt for the recent repaving of Main and Manchester street, said a town employee....
  • Trucker injured when concrete falls off bridge onto I-74

    A single semi crash resulted in a minor injury and tied up traffic along I-74 Monday, Aug. 18. According to Indiana State Police Trooper Randel Miller, yesterday afternoon just before 1 p.m. a 2006 Freightliner semi loaded with shingles driven by Mark A. ...
  • Delegates to decide Farm Bureau policy Aug. 23

    Delegates from across the state will gather in Indianapolis Saturday, Aug. 23, to vote on the policy that will guide the state’s largest farm organization for the next year.Indiana Farm Bureau’s annual delegate session will begin at 9 a.m. and conclud...
  • Dillsboro reviews requests, accepts manager’s resignation

    At its August meeting, Dillsboro Town Council turned down requests to be a pass-through funding agency for Lifetime Resources Catch-a-Ride, and to make a resolution supporting Israel's right to defend itself.The council did – reluctantly – accept the ...
  • Resident: Hanover water line work subpar

    Aurora's water line replacement project on Hanover Avenue and Westside Drive was not done “technically” the way it should have been, resident Jeff Muncy told Aurora Utility Board at its August meeting.McGraw Excavating, which did the work, did not put...
  • Glass on his shoes link man to alleged burglary

    A West Harrison man is facing three felony charges in connection with breaking into the now closed West Harrison restaurant Zaracos in 2011.The man, Troy S. Foster, 34, had been working as a cook at the restaurant at the time of the alleged burglary in Oc...
  • Former L’burg deputy clerk takes plea for fraud

    A former Lawrenceburg deputy clerk-treasurer has taken a plea agreement for wire fraud stemming from an investigation into embezzling more than $40,000 from the city between January 2012 and April 2013.Theresa Bruening was charged in U.S. District Court, ...
  • One AirCared from Sunday wreck

    Three people were injured, including one who was AirCared, in a wreck Sunday evening, Aug. 17, said Dearborn County Sheriff's Chief Deputy David Lusby. The wreck originally was dispatched at 6:03 p.m. as a two-car head-on collision on Ind. 148 near...
  • Former police chief gets suspended sentence

    Former Aurora police chief Bryan Fields pleaded guilty to one count of domestic battery, a Class A misdemeanor, through a plea agreement in Dearborn Superior Court I, Friday, Aug. 8.Originally charges with three Class A misdemeanor counts, Fields pleaded ...
  • G’dale moves on Homestead park; landfill fix

    After resolution of a glitch that threatened the entire proposal,  the project to add the former Homestead school property to an existing park  is back on track.Greendale had reached an agreement with Dr. Harbanz Gill, owner of the deteriorated ...
  • Teachers have more treasures for sale

    Parents, Home-schoolers, public school teachers, private school teachers, or anyone interested in having good teaching materials, come to the Teachers’ Treasures Sale 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Aurora Lions’ Club.New and different supp...
  • Ellen Dubay

    Sarah Ellen (nee Keith) Dubay, 71, of Lawrenceburg, Ind., passed away Aug. 13, 2014.  ...
  • Dollar General developer submits bid to redevelopment commission

    The City of Lawrenceburg Redevelopment Commission solicited for bids on the Tate Street property (former trailer park location).  One bid was submitted and opened at Monday night’s meeting.Developer Curtis Rafferty of Bowling Green, KY proposed a 1...
  • James Connley

    James Louis Connley, 62, Milan, died Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014...
  • Lawson launches financial literacy program

     Secretary of State Connie Lawson launched the Indiana MoneyWise financial literacy program. This program, formerly known as Indiana Investment Watch, is focused on improving Hoosiers’ financial literacy and protecting investors from scams. ...
  • State police seeks recruits

    The Indiana State Police is now accepting applications for the 75th Recruit Academy. Individuals who are interested in beginning a rewarding career as an Indiana State Trooper may apply online at www.in.gov/isp/2368.htm. This website will provide a de...
  • Squirrel hunting season begins

    The 2014-2015 fall hunting season has arrived with the opening of squirrel hunting season Aug. 15.Squirrel season will continue through Jan. 31. Hunters may harvest both gray and fox squirrels, and can harvest up to five squirrels per day.  Indiana...
  • Zoeller offers tips against telephone scams

    Due to a recent surge in reported phone scams, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is urging Hoosiers to sign up for the state’s Do Not Call list.Recently, there has been an increase in complaints against telephone credit scams, often referred ...
  • Town will interview for manager position

    The Dillsboro town council will meet at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12, in executive session to To receive information about and interview prospective employees. By law, executive sessions are closed to the public....
  • Vision for L’burg in 2020

    There is a unified voice and vision in Lawrenceburg whether residents, elected officials, business owners know it or not. Doyle Hyett heard and saw it in a meeting at Ivy Tech Tuesday night, Aug. 12. Hyett and Dolores Palma of HyettPalma led the meeting a...