August 21, 2014

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  • Moores Hill funds festivals; talks cash

    At its August meeting, the Moores Hill Town Council agreed to provide funds toward festivals, the seniors meal site, and playground equipment. It also heard requests to commemorate a sailor killed in Vietnam, and to waive a sewer bill for a house with no ...
  • Going bald: locals help set Guinness World Record at King’s Island

    Five area residents recently helped The Dragonfly Foundation set a Guinness World Record for most heads shaved at one time. On Friday, Aug. 1, Kenny Head, Sean Head, Peyton Hill (all from Aurora), Garrett Hansche (from Vevay), and Don Thomason (from Risin...
  • Brakes placed on 10-digit Sept. 6 dialing deadline

    The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission has ordered that the permissive dialing period also known as seven digit dialing, for the 812 area code overlay remain in effect until otherwise ordered.Previously, the permissive dialing period was scheduled to r...
  • Aurora cemetery gains historic registery listing

    Click here to view applicationDearborn County has gained yet another listing on the National Register of Historic Places: River View Cemetery just outside Aurora.The architect-designed cemetery's listing was announced Thursday, Aug. 7, during the Indiana ...
  • Board: Durbin Plaza unsafe

    Lawrenceburg Board of Works affirmed city building inspector Carl Fryman’s order declaring Durbin Plaza unsafe, and gave the building owner 180 days to come up with a scope of work for repairing the building.The affirmation of the order after an unsafe ...
  • State work means detours for motorists

    For about 3 1/2 months, the bridge over Interstate 74 along Ind. 46 in St. Leon is scheduled to be closed for demolition and reconstruction. The bridge is located between Lakeview Lane/Trojan Road and Post 464 Road.The official detour route will utilize I...
  • L'burg Fire Dept. aids in search for men in Jeep accident

    Two Greater Cincinnati men were stranded on the Great Miami Riverbank in Miami Township for more than half an hour after their Jeep rolled into the river Sunday, Aug. 10. At about 8:20 p.m., James Arzman, 41, Colerain Township, and Matthew Howard, 46,...
  • Dearborn County jail addition nears completion – public tours available

    The long-discussed and evaluated jail expansion is nearly complete with the additional inmate housing component expected to be accepting inmates late August or early September 2014. The new building provides dormitory-style housing for up to 208 additiona...
  • Part of North Dearborn closed Friday

    A portion of North Dearborn Road in West Harrison will be closed from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 15, for culvert repair.The section of road to be closed is between 725 and 380 North Dearborn Road on the hill off Jamison Road....
  • VA implements Medical Foster Home Program

    Aging and disabled Veterans are finding a new place to call home. The Department of Veterans Affairs has implemented the Medical Foster Home (MFH) Program at facilities nationwide. The Cincinnati VA Medical Center proudly introduces this successful and es...
  • Newspaper sues for access to surveillance video

     A student newspaper covering the January murder of a Purdue University student has filed suit against the university for access to surveillance video recordings showing a confrontation between police and a journalist. The lawsuit brought by the Amer...
  • Three bridges closed for rehab

    Three bridges in Dearborn County have been closed by contractor Paul Rohe Company for rehabilitation.  The bridges are No. 74 on Blue Creek Road just south of the Franklin County line, No. 137 Konradi Road just south of Bonnell Road and No. 213 Bisch...
  • Cole Lane crash was fatal

    A Cole Lane, Aurora, resident died early Sunday in a crash on Cole Lane, said the Dearborn County Sheriff’s Department.James Whitaker, 20, of 10538 Cole Lane, Aurora, was pronounced dead at the scene, said a department news release. His vehicle and anot...
  • INDOT corrects slide Ind. 262

    Indiana Department of Transportation maintenance crews from the Aurora Subdistrict are making repairs at a slide located on State Road 262 approximately three miles south of Dillsboro.  INDOT has scheduled slide correction operations to begin tomorro...
  • Workshop aimed at producers with livestock

    The Hogan Creek Watershed Project, along with the Dearborn and Ripley County Soil and Water Conservation Districts,  will provide an educational opportunity for producers with grazing livestock.  A field day will be held Friday, Aug. 22, at Jeff...
  • Stop by praise and worship service

    First Baptist Church of Aurora is having a Praise & Worship Service at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 30, 6060 Blair Road, just across from the Aurora Fire Department.Join them for an evening with Craig Aven, who will be sharing in music and the ...
  • Results of voter list refresh revealed

    Secretary of State Connie Lawson gave an update on the results of the voter list refresh project. In June, the Secretary of State Election Division mailed 755,848 postcards to Hoosier voters asking them to update their voter registration information...
  • Pence appointees Dearborn resident to commission

    Gov. Mike Pence recently named appointees to multiple boards and commissions, including a Dearborn County resident.Catherine “Katie” Morris was appointed to Native American Indian Affairs Commission. her four-year term lasts until July 31, 2018.The...
  • State has first ‘14 human West Nile case

    The first human case of West Nile virus in Indiana for 2014 has been reported in Porter County. Hoosiers are encouraged to take steps to protect themselves from West Nile virus and other mosquito-borne diseases.In addition to the human case, mosquitoes in...
  • Goodbye Collier Ridge bridge

    Four years after a critical fracture in a cord resulted in closing Collier Ridge bridge in York Township, the bridge was removed this week. The iron bridge, built in 1920, was used by many drivers as a cut through between York and Manchester townships. ...