September 16, 2014

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  • E. coli in ‘raw’ Aurora water; not in distributed H2O

    The water Aurora Utilities customers are and have been getting “tested good” Tuesday, Aug. 26, a day after samples taken of untreated water at the wellheads came back positive for E. coli, said Aurora Utilities Superintendent Randy Turner Friday morni...
  • Grant could help seniors age in place

    Lawrenceburg city council was ready to help Lifetime Housing Group fix up a resident’s house by providing matching funds.Lifetime Housing Group is a separate entity from Lifetime Resources. The housing group applied for grants for several houses in Dear...
  • Aurora couple commission riverfront painting

    Long overshadowed by neighboring communities such as Cincinnati and Louisville, Aurora finally will have her own historic waterfront portrait created by nationally-known artist Michael Blaser.A native Midwesterner who has lived along the Mississippi River...
  • G’dale changes mind on Georgetown sewer expansion

    New information about the number of houses involved in a proposed sanitary sewer expansion on Georgetown Road has modified the Greendale Board of Works attitude toward the project.At their Aug. 25 meeting members discussed a listing of 13 homes included i...
  • Sept. is Preparedness Month

    Gov. Mike Pence has declared September Preparedness Month. The focus of this month is to educate and empower Hoosiers to prepare for and respond to all types of emergencies. Hoosiers can take some simple and inexpensive steps now to be more prepared, acco...
  • APD: One hurt in Friday afternoon collision

    One motorist was taken to Dearborn County Hospital, Lawrenceburg, after a two-vehicle crash Friday afternoon, Aug. 29, said Aurora police. Mildred Hyden, Lawrenceburg, receive minor injuries after a 2012 black Ford Escape collided with her white 1998 Bui...
  • Learn how to escape sinking vehicle

    Recently, The Indiana State Police Underwater Search and Recovery Team along with Doctor Gordon Giesbrecht, a world renowned expert in vehicle immersions, recorded a segment on vehicle immersions for ABC Good Morning America that is scheduled to air on Tu...
  • Aurora exec. session: city manager, land acquisition

    Aurora City Council will meet in an executive session Wednesday, Sept. 3, to receive information about and/or interview candidates for the city manager position, said city attorney Jeff Stratman. The council also will discuss negotiations of a possible l...
  • E. coli found in raw Aurora water, not in distributed H2O

    The water Aurora Utilities customers are and have been getting "tested good" Tuesday, Aug. 26, a day after samples taken of untreated water at the wellheads came back positive for E. coli, said Aurora Utilities Superintendent Randy Turner Friday ...
  • Interstates undergo major temporary reroute between Harrison, Miamitown

    The Ohio Department of Transportation has embarked upon a $27.9 million repair and reconstruction of Interstate 275 that will result in closing the westbound I-74 ramp from Ohio 128 in Miamitown. During this time, the Miamitown Park & Ride also will b...
  • Nothing fishy about tip to cops that ends in ‘wild’ charges

    Two Moores Hill residents face charges related to possessing and selling wild animals, with one of the two also facing drug-related felony charges, according to court documents.Jason Scott Miller, 27, and Rachael M. Blankenship, 18, both of 14633 S.R. 350...
  • Port authority OKs adding county

    With a $665,000 10-County Regional Economic Development grant to fund it, the Southeast Indiana Regional Port Authority elected member E. G. McLaughlin as treasurer at its August meeting.Any checks issued will be signed both by McLaughlin and the authorit...
  • Driving school claims are ‘tip of the iceberg’

    Three former driving KC Driving School instructors in Dearborn Superior Court No. 1 Wednesday, Aug. 27, told Judge Jon Cleary they would be pursuing wage garnishment against the business’s owner Kim Cleeter.Cleeter and the former driving instructors Pau...
  • Free workshop on latest scams open to public

    Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller’s office invites local residents to attend a free fraud prevention workshop at 12:15 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 4.A presentation will be given on the latest scams and how consumers can protect themselves from becoming a v...
  • “Rolling roadblocks” along I-74 Thursday night near St. Leon

    The Indiana Department of Transportation is planning traffic slowdowns on I-74 approaching the Ind. 46 overpass beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday evening, Aug. 28. Indiana State Police patrols will again stage “rolling roadblocks” delaying I-74 traffic nea...
  • Aurora reviews $2.66M budget proposal

    Looking at an 18-month period as part of the 2015 Aurora city budget process, consultant Paula Walker, owner of CPW Consulting, said the circuit breaker has diminished the city's income.“We aren't getting in as much as we're supposed to for the second h...
  • Laundry list of levee issues continues to grow

    In response to a request for information about the status of the Lawrenceburg-Greendale flood control levee, Lawrenceburg Conservancy District board chairman E.B. Seitz has compiled a detailed history of their problems in meeting sometimes conflicting req...
  • Few contested school board races in county

    Sixteen individuals have filed as candidates for school board trustees in the Tuesday, Nov. 4, election. Only three positions are contested, however....
  • Aurora: fees set, some hunting OK, another Hanover Ave. complaint

    Aurora City Council approved an amendment to the city's ordinance related to hunting, a resolution regarding park and community center fees, and an inter-local agreement pertaining to animal control at its Monday, Aug. 18, meeting.Then councilmen heard a ...
  • Fire dept. water flow test at Event Center hotel has good results

    The Lawrenceburg Fire Department conducted a flow test of the standpipe fire suppression system at the event center hotel Wednesday, Aug. 13. Lawrenceburg Fire Chief Johnnie Tremain told the city board of works Monday, Aug. 18, the test went well, with im...