September 30, 2014

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  • Scooter driver hurt on U.S. 50

    A resident of the Heart House homeless shelter west of Aurora was hurt in an collision during rush-hour traffic Monday, Sept. 15.Paul M. Wyatt, 41, was operating a scooter, driving west on Trester Hill on U.S. 50 West at 5:10 p.m. when his scooter was str...
  • Ind. still land of farm & forest

    What do ducks and wood office furniture have in common?Indiana's production of both is tops in the nation, Connie Neininger, Indiana State Department of Agriculture director of economic development and international trade, told folks attending the Indiana...
  • G’dale saves on garbage; expects salt increase

    There was good news and bad news when Greendale city council met Monday, Sept. 15, to go over proposed items for the 2015 budget.The good news was that clerk-treasurer Joey Lynch is now predicting that the shortfall in riverboat money for this year will b...
  • Honors from the Heart

    In 2011, the Fall Fest committee, in conjunction with country performer Aaron Tippin, honored a group of living and deceased veterans who received Purple Hearts during the course of their service to our country. That tradition is continuing, and this year...
  • Lenore Gehring

    Lenore Ann Gehring, 87, of Lawrenceburg, Ind., passed away Monday, Sept. 15, 2014. ...
  • Davis Snyder

    Davis L. Snyder, 69, New Trenton, died Monday, Sept. 15, 2014. ...
  • Money crunch could mean closing S-D school building

    Click here to view the numbersWith enrollment down even more than anticipated, Sunman-Dearborn Community School Corporation is looking at closing a school building or “reconfiguring” the corporation, said Charles Blake, S-D director of financial opera...
  • County budget process resembles horror movie with cutting, slashing

    With cash flow and riverboat casino revenues forecasted to decrease, Dearborn County Council members had the ominous task of slashing close to $3 million from its biggest operating fund in the proposed 2015 county budget.In a budget recommendation report ...
  • James Cheek

    James L. Cheek, 78, of Rising Sun, Ind., passed away Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014. ...
  • Addiction, Recovery, Truth

    What does addiction look like? What does recovery look like? Artists from around the region have answered those questions, and folks can see the answer this weekend as part of September being National Recovery Month.Dearborn County Citizens Against Substa...
  • Durbin Plaza owner appeals unsafe ruling

    Durbin Plaza’s owners DIY LL/Alice Daniel/Akram Daniel have appealed the unsafe building order issued Thursday, Aug. 7, by the Lawrenceburg Board of Works.The appeal filed Aug. 15, just over a week after the BOW declared the Front Street shopping plaza ...
  • Moores Hill grants ‘cost-of-living’ increase

    Hourly employees of Moores Hill will get a 40 cents per hour increase in 2015 by action of the town council Tuesday, Sept. 2.“That's not a raise,” said councilman Paul Grimsley, who made the motion. Rather, it's a cost-of-living increase, he said.Moor...
  • Edward Seasongood

    Edward R. Seasongood, 92, Connersville, died Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014. ...
  • Attorney General files suit against KC Driving School, operator

          KC Driving School students and their parents could get some help in recovering money paid to the now defunct school after Indiana Attorney General Gregory Zoeller and Deputy Attorney General Martha Showers filed a civil su...
  • Calling All Distillery Industry Employees, Past and Present

    From 1803 until the present day, the City of Lawrenceburg, Indiana has been home to many distilleries, thus earning it the name, “Whiskey City”.   Just as the unique smell of the brewing spirits fills the air in our small community, the indu...
  • Need kids items? Save money!

    Sunman Tiger PAWS Children’s Toy and Clothing Sale will take place from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 27, at Sunman Elementary School, 925 N. Meridian St., Sunman.Don’t miss this opportunity to shop and save on thousands of child related items! Items...
  • Indiana experiencing increased respiratory illness

    Indiana hospitals statewide are reporting an increase in the number of patients with respiratory illnesses, especially in children, according to the Indiana State Department of Health. It is not yet known if the increase is related to the recent surge of ...
  • Catch Boogie Bob on the flip side

    “You’re an Andy Griffith-type inspector.”The comment from a state health department official a few years ago may have been meant as a compliment or an insult, but as a compliment it is fitting.Bob Skidmore is a vestige of another era. That era is dr...
  • Rampage run benefits Red Wolf Sanctuary

    Folks who love to run and walk competitively and have a ken for wildlife may want to check out the Red Wolf Rampage set for Saturday, Sept. 27.The 5K and 10K trail run and walk will begin at 9 a.m. at the Red Wolf Sanctuary near Rising Sun. Both trails ar...
  • Celebrate National Recovery Month

    le aged 18 or older had a mental illness, according to the 2012 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, an annual survey released by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.However, only 34.1 million people received mental healt...