July 29, 2014

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  • Coast to Coast: NYC to California: walker is learning about himself

    What cross-country walker Tim Rice, 25, has learned in the first fourth of his journey ranges from almost spiritual to practical.“... I'm trying to learn more about myself and my life. … You'd characterize it in a way as spiritual,” said the photo-j...
  • S-D policy would allow paid tutoring

    A policy which would allow the use of school facilities for profit was read for the first time at the Sunman-Dearborn Community School Corporation board meeting Thursday, July 10.The policy addresses the concerns of parents regarding tutoring at S-D schoo...
  • G’dale questions county’s animal control ordinance

    Although they have pledged their ongoing support of the Southeastern Indiana Regional Port Authority, Greendale officials have opted to create their own port authority, separate from the larger one.Council member Al Abdon explained that Greendale official...
  • S-D budget dates set; numbers a moving target

    The Sunman-Dearborn Community School Corporation budget for 2015 is “not built completely yet,” but hearing and adoption dates are set, S-D Director of Financial Services Charles Blake told the school board at its regular July meeting.Those dates begi...
  • Fly, splash, or paddle: just go to Rising Sun July 19-20 & 25-26

    The City of Rising Sun will host two unique events during back-to-back weekends in July- Splash In July 19-20 and Paddlefest July 25-26.The riverfront will be showcased as a fly-in destination to the seaplane flying community during Splash In Saturday, Ju...
  • Driving school without a license

    It’s happened again. Parents of teens left without the driving instruction for which they paid, and driving instructors owed thousands of dollars. The driving school’s owner says it is a paperwork mix up, but a former instructor and the BMV say otherw...
  • S-D sets executive session Thursday

    The Sunman-Dearborn Community School Corporation Board will meet in executive session at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, July 17. The purpose is to receive information about and interview prospective employees as permitted by Indiana code. The meeting will be in th...
  • Access counselor: county violated Open Door law

    “I would like to apologize, on my behalf. …”With those words, Dearborn County Administrator Terri Randall made it clear Thursday, July 10, that she made mistakes and violated Indiana’s Open Door Law, by failing to comply with state statutes in con...
  • INDOT’s $4M high tech substation

    The new $4 million facility at the Indiana Department of Transportation's subdistrict at Aurora is the newest INDOT facility in the state.So said Harry Maginity, INDOT public information officer, at the building's grand opening Wednesday, July 9.Locating ...
  • G’dale Fire Dept. gets good grades

    Beginning in October of this year, residents of Greendale should see a welcome decrease in their fire insurance payments.The Insurance Services Office, an organization that rates the efficiency of fire departments throughout the United States, has improve...
  • Indiana shaped by glaciers’ courses

    Note to readers: This is the first in a series of essays about Hoosier history that will lead up to the celebration of the state’s bicentennial in December 2016. The series will focus on the top 100 events, ideas and historical figures of Indiana, begin...
  • Ancient artifacts found in Dearborn

    Dearborn County could gain several National Historic Registry sites after the Applied Anthropology Laboratories, Department of Anthropology, Ball State University, studied numerous locations.The anthropologists reinvestigated five known archeological site...
  • County winery to be featured at festival

    Holtkamp Winery, New Alsace, will be part of the  IU Health North Hospital Art of Wine festival from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, July 19, at Carmel Arts and Design District, Carmel, Ind.The event marries art and wine in a relaxing atmosphere f...
  • Former Aurora resident featured in magazine

    Former Aurora resident Sara Miller is featured in the June-July 2014 edition of Evansville Living.In the article, she talks about her job as Evansville Region President, Southern Region CEO at Old National Bank.To read more go to www.evansvilleliving.com/...
  • Certified survey on plan board agenda

    The City of Greendale Planning Commission will meet at 6 p.m. July 28, to discuss a certified survey\lot subdivision in Greendale....
  • Aurora basement fire under investigation

    A Friday, July 11, fire at the Patsy Doerr residence, 202 Pattison St., Aurora, remains under investigation by the state fire marshal's office, said Aurora Fire Chief Jeff Lane. Reported at 11:49 p.m., the blaze caused an estimated $140,000 damage, he sa...
  • Walter Snyder

    Walter SJohn nyder, 90, Batesville, died Saturday, July 12, 2014....
  • Gerald Walthers

    Gerald B. Walthers, age 74, of Milan passed away Friday afternoon, July 11, 2014, at Christ Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. ...
  • Barbara Westrich

    Barbara Ann Westrich, age 85, of Harrison, Ohio, passed away on Friday, July 11, 2014, at RidgeWood Health Campus in Lawrenceburg, Ind. ...
  • Francis Neurohr

    Francis Theobald “Frank” Neurohr, 88, of Greendale, Ind., passed away on Sunday, July 13, 2014. He was born May 27, 1926 in Yorkville, Ind., son of the late Otto and Mary (Schantz) Neurohr....