East Central's Tayler Wullenweber takes a healthy cut at a South Dearborn pitch en route to her 3-for-4 game at the plate, including a double, four runs scored and two RBI, as part of her team's 17-hit attack in Tuesday's 12-5 EIAC softball win.

 

AURORA - East Central softball repaid South Dearborn for an early-season loss, with interest, in a 12-5 spanking Tuesday.

SD senior Ian Rutzel (right) opting not to slide on a force play in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to Jennings County, became entangled with the Panthers' shortstop and was called out for runner interference.

 

AURORA - It's been a busy week for South Dearborn baseball, but the fact remains that the Knights (8-7) have gone 8-2 since their strugging 0-5 start.

East Central first baseman Tanner Stout tags out Rushville baserunner Noah Nigh on a pickoff play in last Thurday's 5-1 Trojan win in game one of an EIAC doubleheader at St. Leon.

 

ST. LEON - East Central baseball coach Bob Reynolds has one thing to say when he's reminded how his unheralded Trojan varsity just posted a 7-0 start in the Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference race.

Joe Awad/The Register: Lawrenceburg Mayor Dennis Carr, right, and Mel Davis moments before the results of the Democratic Primary Election were announced. Carr defeated challenger and city councilman Mike Lawrence 341-287, and Davis won the Democratic bid in District 3.

The following is the unofficial results from the city primary elections Tuesday, May 5, in Dearborn County.

Photo by Jenny Awad: Hall-of-fame professional baseball player Anna “Shorty” Meyer shows off her key to the city presented by Aurora Mayor Donnie Hastings and a Cooperstown commemorative coin given to her by lifetime friend Kathryn (Schuck) Wright.

When hall-of-fame professional baseball player Anna “Shorty” Meyer visited her hometown Sunday, April 26, she told a crowd of more than 300 she was tired of introductions that cited her birthplace as Aurora, Ill., and she would put Aurora, Ind., “on the map” by correcting the record whenever she appeared for public functions.

East Central freshman Abby Bittner (right) ran a personal best time of 5:43.46 to finish third in girls 1,600-meter run, while teammate Alexis Floyd, running on Bittner's shoulder, place sixth in Thursday's EC Invitational track meet.

 

 

ST. LEON - Waves of cold rain that passed through northern Dearborn County Thursday afternoon briefly dampened that evening’s East Central track and field Invitational.

East Central's Tayler Wullenweber takes a healthy cut at a South Dearborn pitch en route to her 3-for-4 game at the plate, including a double, four runs scored and two RBI, as part of her team's 17-hit attack in Tuesday's 12-5 EIAC softball win.
SD senior Ian Rutzel (right) opting not to slide on a force play in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to Jennings County, became entangled with the Panthers' shortstop and was called out for runner interference.
East Central first baseman Tanner Stout tags out Rushville baserunner Noah Nigh on a pickoff play in last Thurday's 5-1 Trojan win in game one of an EIAC doubleheader at St. Leon.
Joe Awad/The Register: Lawrenceburg Mayor Dennis Carr, right, and Mel Davis moments before the results of the Democratic Primary Election were announced. Carr defeated challenger and city councilman Mike Lawrence 341-287, and Davis won the Democratic bid in District 3.
Photo by Jenny Awad: Hall-of-fame professional baseball player Anna “Shorty” Meyer shows off her key to the city presented by Aurora Mayor Donnie Hastings and a Cooperstown commemorative coin given to her by lifetime friend Kathryn (Schuck) Wright.
East Central freshman Abby Bittner (right) ran a personal best time of 5:43.46 to finish third in girls 1,600-meter run, while teammate Alexis Floyd, running on Bittner's shoulder, place sixth in Thursday's EC Invitational track meet.

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A World War II veteran from Milan is heading to Washington, D.C., this week to join the national celebration of the 70th anniversary of V-E Day.

Obituaries

Mattie Lou Friend, 86, of Lawrenceburg, Ind., passed away Tuesday, May 5, 2015. She was born Feb. 13, 1929, in Helton, N.C., daughter of the late Joseph and Mamie (Testerman) Sullins.