April 18, 2014

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  • Voting begins with absentee ballots, polling place changes

    Let the voting begin! Or absentee voting any way. Folks who want to cast their ballot early in the Tuesday, May 6, primary have several options, said Dearborn County Clerk Rick Probst.Absentee voting hours are 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday throug...
  • Super hero Bowl for Kids Sake exceeds goal

    Southeastern Indiana came together once again to support mentoring in the community, and made the fourth annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake event a huge success.Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati puts on the event—held at Durbin Bowl.Thanks to the...
  • MainSource will merge with MBT

    MainSource Financial Group, Inc. has entered into a definitive merger agreement to acquire all of the common stock of MBT Bancorp in a cash and stock transaction valued at approximately $33.8 million.  MBT, headquartered in West Harrison, is the hold...
  • Sprague makes Butler University’s dean’s list

    Emma Sprague, a Health Sciences major and a resident of Lawrenceburg, Ind., is on Butler University’s Dean’s List for the fall semester of the 2013-2014 academic year. Recipients range from freshman to sixth-year pharmacy students.Degree-seeking under...
  • Council fails to override mayor's critter veto

    Aurora City Council failed to override the mayor's veto of an ordinance that would have allowed 4-Hers to raise small livestock within city limits. Possession of the animals would have been limited to three months. Council voted 3-2 Monday, April 7, to a...
  • Community invited to Palm Sunday service

    The community is invited to join in celebration of Palm Sunday in Downtown Lawrenceburg at 10 a.m. Sunday, April 13. The celebration will take place at the corner of Walnut and Center streets.The service celebrates Jesus’ joyous entry into Jerusalem whe...
  • Another slide closure made along Ind. 262

    The Indiana Department of Transportation Ind. 262 this afternoon at a second slide site where roadside elevation sank 18 inches and guardrail was lost in recent days. Barricades have been placed at Huseman Road in Ohio County preventing vehicles from t...
  • INDOT: spring cleaning; work zone/distracted driving awareness in April

    Gov. Mike Pence is proclaiming April 7-11, 2014 as Work Zone Awareness Week in Indiana.Work Zone Awareness Week marks the ceremonial start to highway construction season and intends to bring awareness to motorist and worker safety in work zones. The India...
  • Ind. 262 closed by slide south Of U.S. 50

    The Indiana Department of Transportation has closed Ind. 262 between Dillsboro and Milton in Dearborn County after unstable soil conditions developed that threaten the integrity of the roadway and driver safety. Through-traffic is prohibited at the Ind. 2...
  • Aurora passes smaller gaming budget

    Aurora City Council passed its 2014 gaming budget at its regular March meeting as an additional appropriation ordinance. The gaming fund, which contains the money the city receives from riverboat gambling sharing revenue, has a budget of about $1.5 milli...
  • Public safety legislation signed into law

    Legislation co-authored by State Rep. Randy Frye, R-Greensburg, regarding broadcast technicians and engineers was signed into law by Gov. Mike Pence. To ensure that the public has quick access to emergency information, House Enrolled Act (HEA) 1037 allows...
  • Democrats ‘adopt’ section of Ind. 1

    Join the Dearborn County Democrats for its first Adopt-A-Highway event at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 12, starting at the Guilford Covered Bridge Park. Cleanup will start at 11 a.m. and should be finished in about an hour.Dearborn County Democrat...
  • More than 140 attend flood conference

    More than 140 individuals from across Indiana attended a biennial flood conference March 13 in Indianapolis, including emergency managers, floodplain managers, engineers, planners, and environmental managers.The conference, called Operation Stay Af...
  • Remove political signs from state right-of-way

    It’s against the law.  And it’s a cause for numerous complaints from residents and passers-by in southeast Indiana.Political campaign signage is prohibited from federal and state highway rights-of-way according to Indiana Code 9-21-4-6. INDOT p...
  • Help Lauren’s fight for a cure

    On Saturday, May 31, at the VFW Hall in Harrison, hundreds of supporters of Lawrenceburg High School senior class student Lauren Hill will gather together for “Lauren’s Fight for Cure, Inc.”  In November of 2013, Hill was diagnosed with a rare,...
  • Absentee voting begins Tuesday, April 8

    Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson is reminding Hoosiers that absentee voting starts Tuesday, April 8. Any eligible voter can cast an absentee ballot in-person at their county clerk’s office or request an absentee ballot by mail.Find out more abou...
  • City to discuss redevelopment

    The City of Greendale Redevelopment Commission will meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, at the Greendale Utility Building. Topics of discussion will be review of grant projects, executive director report, updates on South Schenley Property, South Redevel...
  • County office, courthouse closed for holiday

    The Dearborn County administration building and courthouse will be Good Friday, April 18....
  • Rummage sale benefits Relay for Life

    Spring is finally here and that means spring cleaning time! Team Heroes for Hope would like to help you out. They will hold a rummage sale 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, April 18, and Saturday, April 19, for the 2014 Relay for Life of Dearborn/Ohio Count...
  • Teachers to attend Supreme Court civic education workshop

    More than 80 teachers from across the state will attend a workshop hosted by the Indiana Supreme Court and the Indiana Bar Foundation. The teachers were nominated earlier this year by judges and members of civic or legal organizations.   &nbs...