Submitted photo: Webster’s defines the word “base” as the part of which something is supported, something that bullying victims don’t always seem to feel, but parents, professionals, students and others must review daily “bases” including our homes, work, schools, and churches to ensure they are inviting to all people, especially children.

Webster’s defines the word “base” as the part of which something is supported, something that bullying victims don’t always seem to feel, but parents, professionals, students and others must review daily “bases” including our homes, work, schools, and churches to ensure they are inviting to all people, especially children.

Beth Fox, West Harrison, tests a driving simulator during training at the Dearborn County Sheriff's Department Tuesday morning, March 31. The over $21,000 simulator was purchased with money raised through her late son Jack Carpenter's foundation, Jack's Forever 3. Jack died at age 3 in September 2010 after being hit by a truck along North Dearborn Road. His mom hopes the simulator will help teach kids and adults the dangers of distracted driving.

West Harrison resident Beth Fox grabs the wheel of the driving simulator. She activates the turn signal, checks her blind spot and is ready to merge from her parking spot onto the road.

Within seconds, her simulated vehicle has crashed - right into a “police car.”

Dearborn County Sheriff Chief Deputy David Lusby laughs.

Submitted photo: Webster’s defines the word “base” as the part of which something is supported, something that bullying victims don’t always seem to feel, but parents, professionals, students and others must review daily “bases” including our homes, work, schools, and churches to ensure they are inviting to all people, especially children.
Beth Fox, West Harrison, tests a driving simulator during training at the Dearborn County Sheriff's Department Tuesday morning, March 31. The over $21,000 simulator was purchased with money raised through her late son Jack Carpenter's foundation, Jack's Forever 3. Jack died at age 3 in September 2010 after being hit by a truck along North Dearborn Road. His mom hopes the simulator will help teach kids and adults the dangers of distracted driving.

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A federal court has made a procedural ruling, but no judgment, in a legal claim alleging three Dearborn County judges “discriminated” against a deaf man by not providing him interpreter services du

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Elsie Evelyn “Granny” Webb, 83, of Aurora, Ind., passed away Wednesday, April 1, 2015, in Lawrenceburg, Ind.